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Homemade Soaps Livonia MI

Artisan Soaps is devoted to creating handmade soaps, lotions, scrubs and body butters that will make your skin feel like you treated it to a day at the spa. Each product is made by hand with the finest ingredients to delight the senses. Our soap bars are made with olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, castor oil, shea butter, acai berry butter and/or cocoa butter. We use fabulous essential oils and fragrance oils to create an incredible aromatherapy experience.
 
Rejuvenate with Homemade Soaps
Our soaps are fabulous. Silky, moisturizing, incredible. I've had so many people tell me that they no longer even need lotions and creams after washing. We attribute that to the various butters we use: Cocoa, Shea and/or Acai Berry Butter. Our soaps are a good size: 4.5-5 oz. at full cure. That's a great bar of soap!

Livonia MI Area Customers, Pick Your Fragrance
When purchasing body buttters you have the choice of the following fragrances:
  • Lavender
  • Sea Breeze
  • Citrus
  • Apricot
Ingredients: Water, fractionated coconut oil, palm oil, stearic acid, cetyl alcohol, aloe oil, sunflower seed oil, linum seed extract, pomegranate ext, olive fruit ext, horsetail kelp ext, Noni juice ext, green tea ext, shea butter, beeswax, phospholipids, Vit A, grape seed oil, jojoba oil, Vit E., Vit. C, Grapefruit Seed Ext, Triethanaolamine

48152 Area Lotion Bars
Lotion bars are not soap. They take the place of any lotions you would pour or pump or squeeze into your hand and rub on your body after showering or when your skin feels dry.
Simply remove your lotion bar from its tin and rub it on the spots that need moisturizing. The lotion bar is very firm and, once you've rubbed it over dry elbows, over legs, arms, etc., return it to its tin until next time!
I must admit that our lotion bars are put together very well and are made with shea butter, cocoa butter, beeswax and avocado oil. Each of these ingredients brings something wonderful to your skin's table. For more information on these fabulous ingredients, see the information at the bottom of this page.

Commercial Soap Companies
When it comes to soap, commercial companies remove glycerin, naturally made through saponification, or the process whereby soap is created through the mixing of oils and salts. Commercial companies remove this valuable glycerin to use in other products such as lotions, food, etc. Many sell it to other companies; some use it themselves, depending on the range of products their company offers. Handmade soap retains its glycerin - a natural humectant that draws moisture to the skin and helps in the production of natural sebum. Commercial soaps dry the skin and wash off much of the sebum that is needed to keep our skin healthy. Their soaps leave a film behind that doesn't allow skin to breathe properly. It's a vicious cycle and not only leaves our skin looking and feeling bad but, quite honestly, can effect our health.