Why You Should Use Honey Soap Base for Super Easy and Beneficial Honey Soaps

Hello Handmakers!

Honey soap is popular among those with dry skin or those prone to blemishes. The natural humectant ability of honey helps skin retain moisture while its natural antioxidants can help reduce signs of aging. Honey also speeds up the healing process of your cells which makes it great for blemishes and reducing inflammation.

If you’re thinking of using honey soaps but don’t want to make them from scratch, look no further as Stephenson Personal Care’s Honey Soap Base is a brilliant honey soap you can use!

Watch this video now to find out more about its benefits👇

More about this soap base:

✔️ has NO SLS and SLES⁠
✔️helps moisturize and rejuvenates skin for a youthful, glowing look⁠
✔️ is unscented⁠
✔️ is suitable for sensitive, dry (including eczema and psoriasis) and acne-prone skins⁠

Just starting to make soap? Here’s some informative posts you should check out!
For Melt & Pour Soap
👉 Commercial Soaps VS Melt & Pour Soaps
👉 Melting Soap Bases – Which Method to Use?
👉 Why you shouldn’t add breast milk (or any fresh ingredient) to Melt and Pour Soap Bases
👉 Four Butters You Can Add to Your Melt & Pour Soap
👉 Soap Sweat and How to Fix It
👉 Guide for Adding Honey to Melt and Pour Soap

Some Recipes for Melt & Pour Soap
👉 DIY Chamomile and Green Tea Organic Melt and Pour Soap
👉 DIY Melt and Pour Anti-Acne African Black Body Soap
👉 DIY Cool Peppermint Aloe Vera Soap
👉 Make Shower Time Great Again with Jelly Soap
👉 DIY Soothing, Nourishing and Moisturizing Solid Shampoo Bar for Hair Growth

happy crafting
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