Earth and Skin Company

If you shouldn't eat it, your skin shouldn't either

Handmade All Natural Bar Soaps

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These natural soaps are moisturizing, cleansing and wonderfully lathering! 

Once you try them, you'll never turn back!!

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Chocolate Mint                       Lavender                       Patchouli                                          Charcoal & Anise Star                 Exfoliating Bar              Blueberry Tea

                 Skin Remedy (good for those with eczema and psoriasis)

5 to 6 oz bars   $6.50

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Our soaps are cold pressed and cured for at least six weeks before putting them for       sale. Curing time makes for a harder, longer lasting bar.  


Stimulates the regeneration of skin cells. '

It's scent is a rich musky-sweet, strong spicy and herbaceous smell.


Activated charcoal is excellent for drawing out impurities, thus aiding the skin to come back to a healthy state.

Why Use Natural Soap

Skin is the largest human organ, and is the first line of defence against harmful substances, temperature, infection and dehydration. The skin can also soak up many toxins and petro chemicals due to its large surface area. This can result in cancer-causing compounds slowly building up in the body and getting stored in the fat. 

 With synthetics invading so many areas of our lives more and more, we run the risk more and more of losing natural defenses. Our skin is a fascinating organ that is capable of functioning on its own to protect us and can continue to do so if we take care of it with natural, full-bodied products. The danger of synthetic chemicals, which, most often, contain harsh foreign substances, is that we alter the body's chemical makeup and leave our skin without its natural defenses and more dependent on stronger synthetics.

Here's a newsletter from Natural News:

Here's a newsletter from Natural News:

The next time you walk down the soap aisle at your favorite store enjoying the fresh, clean scents and the bright colorful packaging, pay attention. Look at the labels. The vast majority of the products on the shelf don't say 'soap' on their labels. They might be called beauty bars, moisturizing bars, or body bars, but not soap. That's because these bars aren't actually soap and can't legally claim to be; they're detergents. The manufacturers have removed most of the 'good' stuff that occurs in the soap making process, and replaced it with synthetic lathering agents and harsh chemicals. These cheap, plentiful detergent bars are not only bad for your skin, but they're also bad for the planet, too.

What's so bad about it?

Commercial soap manufacturers make it a practice to remove the glycerine that is produced during the saponification (soap-making) process. The glycerine is a highly profitable substance, often sold to other companies who use it to make lotions and moisturizers, which your skin, now dried out from the harsh detergent 'soap,' desperately needs.

Most commercially produced bars contain synthetic lathering agents, artificial colors, and a slew of chemicals we can't even pronounce. Antibacterial and antimicrobial soaps often contain triclosan. Triclosan is a toxic chemical that is known to cause cancer. According to the National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides (NCAMP), manufacturers of a number of triclosan-containing products claim that the active ingredient continues to work for as long as 12 hours after use. Consumers are, therefore, exposed to triclosan for much longer than the 20 seconds it takes to wash their hands or face.

Always remember that your skin is porous and absorbent. It absorbs whatever it comes in contact with, much the same as sticking something in your mouth. Chronic use of chemical
laden products will cause the body to store the chemicals in the body fat or even in the brain. With enough accumulations of toxins in the body, illness can occur.

These nasty chemicals and toxins are now finding their way into our eco-system. Every time that lather goes down the drain, those pollutants are going with it. A recent report by the UK's Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) revealed that synthetic chemicals from soap,
body washes, shampoos and other healthcare products were sneaking through the filters at water purification plants. The list of offenders included phthalates, which are linked to reproductive disorders in both humans and animals, and parabens, a preservative, which links to cancer.

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