The Hell I Won’t All Natural Soap
The Hell I Won’t All Natural Soap is the bar for the “Super Punchers.” Named from a line in one of our most beloved John Wayne movies. It makes you think of good bourbon, a comfortable saddle, and rugged sophistication.
The Hell I Won’t All Natural Soap has Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp seed oil is also known for having high levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as Gamma-Linolenic Acid (Omega-6) and Alpha-Linolenic Acid (Omega-3) that are optimally balanced, giving rise to exceptional moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition to its beautifying and anti-aging uses, Hemp Oil has also built a reputation for being helpful in a variety of common skin ailments, such as dry skin, acne, eczema, psoriasis, scars, and too much oil production.
Why does my current soap suck?
Does you current soap make you itch? If you’re buying commercial soap from the store like everyone else you’re not using soap. You’re rubbing chemical detergents all over your body. Since the late 1800’s soap has been losing out to corporate interests and YOU have been losing to them as well. It started in the late 1800’s when the soap companies figured out they could extract the natural glycerin (the stuff that REALLY moisturizes your skin) and sell it for more money than the soap itself was worth. Then in the 1940’s German scientists invented chemical detergents. Detergents were much better at lifting dirt, grime, and greasy stains. “Soap” manufacturers started making a product they called soap, but it actually lacked the very thing for which it was named. Store “soap” is nothing more than a chemical bar made up of over 30 chemicals no one can pronounce and some of the ingredients actually aren’t that good for you. One chemical is actually meant to make the bar hard so it won’t melt in the shower. That chemical actually makes your skin dry and itchy.
sodium hydroxide (lye)
hemp seed oil