Not that long ago I came across a blog post concerning how much money the author would spend on soap for the rest of his life. I remember thinking the total was awfully low. The reason for this is the cheap brand of soap. The brand is considered less objectionable than it's counterparts. This only shocks me considering the first ingredient is lye mixed with beef tallow. Drying to the skin and eww. The rest of the ingredients were certainly nothing to get excited about, no quite the contrary.
The old adage proves true yet again: you get what you pay for...
What about those of us that want the quality, but don't want to pay a fortune? I found a company online called Australian Natural Soap. For more than twenty years Australian Natural Soap, LLC have been supplying New Zealand and Australian markets as well as finer companies throughout Europe with quality natural soap. These soaps are now available across the globe.
What makes Australian Natural Soap special?
The soaps stand out as far as quality because of what they contain. The fist ingredients are sustainable palm oil and organic shea butter. Other ingredients include olive oil, lemon oil, mango butter, vanilla beans and so forth. Sounds yummy. The soaps are emollient and lather quickly.
|Mango butter; one of the many delicious ingredients in Australian Natural soaps that contain|
skin healing and beautifying properties
What about the value?
I did a little investigating and here's what I found. Australian Natural Soaps come in a standard size of 3.5 ounces. This may be a little lower than the standard super market soap size which is about four ounces, but they do last longer because they are french milled. You can purchase craft soaps for only three dollars each.
Purchase bulk soap for an even greater savings
You also have the option of buying these in bulk. If you have a family this is no doubt a worthy investment. If you were to purchase a seventy two carton for one hundred and forty four dollars the price comes to only two dollars per soap. I personally think this is a fantastic value. You have to keep in mind that there is a dichotomy between the quality of these soaps and those sold in supermarkets.
The soaps are lovely. They do contain fragrance, which I'm not a fan, however, they do smell really amazing and are a joy to use. There are so many available varieties. Out of the three I tried the honeysuckle is my favorite, but I'm enjoying using all three, I like to switch things up a bit.
Australian Natural Soap have my humble seal of approval.
To learn more visit australiansoap.com
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