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Lemongrass Face Soap

A healthy complexion is central to natural beauty and our Lemongrass Face Bar should be part of your daily regimen. This week you can stock up and save over 15%. Each bar is just $4.99 while supplies last.

Lemongrass is a gentle astringent with antiviral and antibacterial qualities. It’s great for both Normal and Oily Skin. Perfect as a natural way to remove make-up or clean up after exercise, our Face Bars feature raw Shea Butter (moisturizer), organic Aloe (restores skin’s natural pH), organic Green Tea Extract (scavenges free radicals), organic Apple Extract (alpha hydroxy acid), Papaya Extract (brightens complexion), and French Green Clay (absorbs toxins, reduces size of pores, tightens sagging skin).

There is a lot of confusion about using soap on your face. Learn why Dermatologists tend to be soap haters.

Deal of the Week: Lemongrass & Green Clay Face Bars was last modified: October 20th, 2014 by Jim Spann

We’re big fans of Calendula at New Harmony Soap Company. This beautiful flower, more commonly known as the Marigold, has been used to reduce inflammation and speed the healing of wounds for thousands of years by diverse cultures in Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

Calendula is an effective treatment for bee and wasp stings. It has also been shown to help with skin problems from ulceration to eczema when used as a salve. And it has been used to treat athletes foot, ringworm, acne, and diaper rash.

At New Harmony Soap Co. we start with certified organic Calendula flowers. Next we pulverize the flowers and add them into a blend of organic oils. From there we use heat, vibration, and time to help the flower release its healing ingredients – creating a finished product that skin can absorb and process.

You’ll find Calendula in the entire line of New Harmony Body Soaps along with our 9-1-1 Skin Relief Balm, and our famous Clariti All-Natural Acne Treatment Soap.


Natural Skin Nutrition 101: Calendula was last modified: October 18th, 2014 by Jim Spann