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Jasmine Hand Repair Soap

Jasmine Hand Repair Soap


Jasmine Soap is made in our Shea and Cocoa Butter Hand Repair recipe, and is a light, realistic Jasmine soap scent.

We originally created our Appalachian Crafters' Hand Repair soap for a mountain basketweaver, whose hands were dry, nicked with cuts, and sore at the end of each long day of crafting. No ointments or lotions could be used for protection or healing because her hands had to be perfectly clean to handle crafting materials the next day.

Our Appalachian Crafters' Hand Repair Soaps are made with Shea and Cocoa Butters, Comfrey-infused Olive Oil, and medicinal herbs of Nettles, St. John's Wort, Marshmallow and others traditionally used to promote healing. All Crafters' bars are colored some shade of green by the Comfrey leaves, and flecks of ground herbs can be seen throughout most bars.
 
Ingredients Olive, Coconut, Palm and Castor Oils, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Mountain Spring Water, ground medicinal herbs, fragrances.
 
Soap Bar Size Our soap bars are a minimum weight of 3 ounces. Our new 'Chunks' are more than twice that size, at least 7 ounces. Our Soap Logs are approximately ten inches long and two pounds in weight (29-35 ounces). For more detail about our soap size and dimensions, ingredients, or how we make our handmade soap,click here to view our F.A.Q. page.

Description Price Buy
Size/Packaging: Naked, single bar
$5.00
Size/Packaging: Naked, 5 bars (save 15%)
$21.25
Size/Packaging: Wrapped, single bar
$5.95
Size/Packaging: Wrapped, 5 bars (save 15%!)
$25.45
Size/Packaging: Naked, 7.5 oz Chunk
$12.00
Size/Packaging: Wrapped, 7.5 oz Chunk
$12.95
Size/Packaging: Two Pound Log
$36.95

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Jasmine’s aromatherapy benefits include both calming emotions and stirring emotions as an aphrodisiac. It is considered a scent that restores a balance or equilibrium of energy, and therefore may be useful for individuals struggling with depression because it produces a sense of optimism and confidence.

Medicinally, Jasmine has been used in Chinese medicine to ‘cool the blood’ due to its reputed antibacterial, antiviral and antitumor properties and thereby reducing fever or sunstroke. Ayurvedic medicine finds that jasmine calms nerves, and can help with PMS due to antispasmodic properties that can help relax uterine cramps and pain during childbirth.

The Jasmine flower is often used a symbol of feminine beauty, and to symbolize happiness and elegance. This is why Jasmine is often used in wedding bouquets.

Jasmine is also used in teas, and in a variety of herbal skin products, like soap.

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