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Hand Milled Soap
- Soap fashioned through rebatching cold processed soap.
- Soap crafted from a ready made soap base using the melt and pour process. Also used to refer to handmade soap.
- Soap fashioned by combining a base oil with an alkali using a variety of traditional methods including hot and cold processing.
Hemp Seed Oil
- Obtained from viable or sterilized seeds, hemp seed oil is high in essential fatty acids that are easily absorbed by the skin. Contributes moisturizing properties to soaps and cosmetics.
- An aromatic plant used in medicine or as a seasoning that does not produce woody tissue and usually dies back at the end of the growing season.
- A method of soap making utilizing an external heat source to accelerate the saponification process, such as a crock pot, double boiler or oven.
- A substance that attracts and holds moisture unto itself, such as glycerin.
- A chemical process of converting a vegetable oil from a liquid into a solid using hydrogen.
- See hydrosol.
- The condensate water produced during steam distillation of botanical bases when making essential oils. Used in skin care preparations and bath products. Also known as hydrolat or floral water.
- Unlikely to cause an allergic reaction.
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