Since moving, this will be like soap making for the first time. Living off the grid makes changes necessary.
This Ancient soap is beautiful, simple as it should be. The people of Syria and Turkey stay true to their traditional ways. (pray for the people in strife around the world)
I think this process is interesting. They seem to take Hot Processed Soap then age it for 6 months. Olive Oil takes quite a while to cure. Once cured it will create a hard bar. I love how they pump the soap into the floor, fantastic.
There are many videos on YouTube regarding this subject. The last video I posted was about Janet in Ghana making Moringa Soap. Look for future post about the Ancient Soaps of the World.
I would like to thank everybody who visited and contributed to my Zen Skin Campaign on Indiegogo.
I’m into the last 4 hours. This has been a very good experience for me, I appreciate the opportunity to grow as a person and small business.
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I would like to invite you to enter a little give a way I have on Facebook. Head on over to my fb page and comment on this post. The grand opening will be this Thursday and I will draw from the group who enter. It’s a thank you for wandering around the internet. I would like to give this Etsy thing a try, nothing ventured nothing gained. Thanks for giving me a look.