Kettlepot Soaps

Filed under: General Health

As someone who has suffered from dry skin in the past, I am always looking for ways to improve it. I use a filtering showerhead, which works very well. I also consume plenty of healthy fats, including fish oil and borage oil, which both have made significant contributions.

Unfortunately I still found when I showered more than once in a day, my skin would still get pretty dry. I mentioned this once talking to Cassandra Forsythe, and she recommended I check out Kettlepot Soaps.

These have been absolutely amazing. These soaps are handmade right in CT, from natural oils and fragrances with no harsh detergents. I bought them for my wife as a small gift the first time we bought them, and she absolutely loved them.

“All bar soaps are made with top-quality base oils (olive, palm, coconut, soybean and canola), essential oils, fragrance oils, natural pigment colors, herbs, flower petals and more. Bars are hand-cut and wrapped in pretty, coordinating fabric. Each mild bar is rich in olive oil and glycerin to produce a creamy, cleansing lather.”

These bars do come really nicely wrapped and presented, and make a nice gift for the ladies. All you guys out there take note.

Needless to say these bars have made a tremendous difference to my skin, especially during the end of winter. They make you smell clean and fresh, yet leave your skin moist. Some of our favorites have been: Oakwood Sandalmoss, Oatmeal Milk & Honey, Cool Cocoa Mint, and Dragon’s Blood.

Give them a shot and let me know what you think!

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Posted on July 21st, 2010 by Brian St. Pierre

1 Comment

  1. Cassandra (Cass) Says:

    Yay! These soaps are totally awesome! I can’t use regular soap anymore :)

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