Beer Soap w. Honey & Oats



Benefits of Beer Soap:

  • Beer contains compounds like riboflavin, pantothenic acid, biotin, and vitamin b12.
  • The vitamins in beer reduce acne breakouts and can add to the natural glow of your skin.
  •  Beer is a good cleanser and helps dissolve dead skin cells, and increase the elasticity of your skin. 
  • By balancing the skin’s pH levels, beer cleans and nourishes your skin.


Benefits of Honey Soap:

  • Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it’s great for acne treatment and prevention.
  • Honey soap is full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down aging.
  • Honey soap is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps create a glow.
  • Honey soap is clarifying because it opens up pores making them easy to unclog.


Benefits of Oat Soap:

  • Oat soap is rich in proteins and lipids. Oatmeal has potent emollient properties making it a great moisturizer. 
  • If you have ultra-sensitive skin that can’t tolerate exfoliators, oats can be a great alternative owing to its texture.
  • Owing to its high saponin content, oats work as a terrific natural skin cleanser because it doesn’t strip your skin’s natural oils.
  • Oats can help reduce itching and inflammation and can be used to calm eczema and heal psoriasis.
  • Oat soap is anti-pruritic and really helps control the itching that is inherent to various skin diseases and fungal infections.


About The Soap Formula

The base oils for this soap are olive oil, coconut oil & stainable palm oil. These oils complement each other very well. Olive oil adds moisture and a silky quality to the bar. Coconut oil creates large, stable bubbles and is quite cleansing. Palm oil acts as a secondary lathering agent by creating a rich, creamy lather & it also hardens the bar, so your soap bar will last longer.

Speaking of lasting longer…

Handmade soaps have a tendency to dissolve quicker. If you want your bar to last as long s possible, we suggest not leaving it out in the open in your shower. The high glycerine content of the soap will attract water and cause your soap to soften. Softer soap dissolves quicker than hard soap so you should consider getting a soap dish or a container for your fabulous soap.


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Beer Soap w. Honey & Oats

Beer Soap Ingredients: Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Sustainable Palm Oil, Beer, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Castor Oil,  Shea Butter, Oats,  Honey, Sodium Lactate, Corn Starch.

Why Did You Put Beer In Soap?

This soap is made from all-natural ingredients. You will not find any dangerous chemicals in this soap. Hops contain skin-softening amino acids, which help soothe irritated skin. The brewer’s yeast used in making beer has antibacterial properties. As a result, brewer’s yeast helps in the fight against acne. The vitamin B in beer will help to moisturize your skin. Additionally, this soap has the ability to help maintain a healthy skin PH balance. Its anti-bacterial properties to help kill the bacteria that cause acne.  And beer adds moisturizing properties and a thick creamy lather to the soap. Soaps made with beer are often used as a multipurpose soap. Use it to wash your body, hair and during shaving. Different types of beers will give the soap different colors from a light to a dark brown.

Why Did You Put Oats In Soap?

Oatmeal’s saponins have intense exfoliating properties. It helps in the removal of your oldest dead skin cells on the skin’s outer layers & gives you clear, glowing, and youthful skin. In addition to removing dead skin cells, oats also act as a natural moisturizer. Artificial exfoliators cause your skin to turn red and may cause itching. However, oats have anti-inflammatory properties that help keep your sensitive skin soothed & moisturized. Oatmeal’s mild pH also helps to cool down inflamed skin that may be caused due by rash or infection.

Why Did You Put Honey In Soap?

Say goodbye to all of your skin troubles by switching to honey as your exfoliator. Honey exfoliates your face & skin by gently removing the dead skin cells. This leaves your face with a clearer complexion. Honey has natural antioxidants that control wrinkles and fine lines. Applying honey on the face in the form of a high-quality soap will help increase your skin’s elasticity. Thus making your skin look youthful and soft.


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Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 2.8 × 2.5 in


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