Zesty Carrot Tea Tree Artisan Soap

Soaping with “Alternative Liquids” for Amy Warden Soap Challenge

Exciting about this month soap challenge was that we needed to replace water content in soap with alternative liquids. I had desire to make soap that is good for acne for a long time and this was a great opportunity to do it.

The soap should have great anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties for acne prone skin, but at the same time I needed soap that have good nourishing properties for sensitive skin.  As we all ready know carrots are loaded with vitamin A, B1,B6,B12, C, beta carotene, and they were excellent source to add some color to my soap. Almond milk contains vitamins like calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc. Tea tree essential oil for his excellent anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and antiviral properties. Calendula flowers was my last, but not the least choice for Zesty Carrot Soap. It was thought that the chemical properties found in calendula help new tissue grow in wounds

As result of this exciding soap journey Zesty Carrot Soap was born.

Zesty Carrot by Organza Soaps

Zesty Carrot Teaa Tree

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18 thoughts on “Zesty Carrot Tea Tree Artisan Soap

  1. Infusions says:

    The rustic look of the soap is what first drew my attention as I immediately associated it with a lot of good things for the skin. Using the cofnflower petals on top adds to the atmosphere of the soap. I would love to have it in my bathroom!

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    • Organza Soaps says:

      Thank you Amy. OMG, yes get one you won’t believe how handy this bullet is. Especially with kids. We use it daily for almost anything. Juice, frappe, fruit popsicles, soaping etc. You will love it. 👍😄

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