What Else Can I Use My Bar Soap For?

by Danielle De Guzman May 07, 2018

What Else Can I Use My Bar Soap For?

Believe it or not, the Edens Garden Natural Bar Soap is good for more than just washing your hands and body. This versatile cleaning bar is aesthetically pleasing and handy for alternative uses, both for body and home. Here are some of our favorite ways to utilize the essential oil soap bars.

  1. Outdoor Spritzer: Set the atmosphere at your next get-together by adding a natural aroma to your outdoor space. Start by grating a section of the soap bar and mixing the shavings with water in a spray bottle. Shake vigorously and spray around your outdoor lounge space for a lovely aroma. To keep insects away and your guests happy, spray generously on the underside of leaves. Choose your favorite aroma, or try the Lemongrass and Peppermint bar for extra bug protection.

  1. Bug Bite Remedy: Speaking of bugs, use our bar soap for some relief during those times when the critters managed to get to you. Rub a dampened piece of soap on the affected area for relief. Try Lavender Magnolia for its soothing effects, or Charcoal to remove toxins.

  1. Shampoo & Hair Care: If you run out of shampoo, you can still reach for EG bar soap! The Charcoal bar soap is great for dry scalp and dandruff, while Peppermint is perfect for oily hair. We also recommend Earth & Wood and Lavender Magnolia for normal nourishing shampoo.

  1. Shaving Cream: EG natural bar soap contains oils rich in fatty acids, which produce a fantastic lather, making it a good choice for shaving cream. Get a good lather while showering and apply to legs for a luxurious shave. Since shaving can be drying to the skin, we would recommend using Earth & Wood or Lavender Magnolia.

  2. Nail Care & Cleaner: You can dig your nails into a bar of soap while washing to help pull out dirt and debris. This is a great way to brighten the whites of your nails as well. With their antibacterial and antifungal properties, Fighting Five and Lemongrass bars are perfect for combating the germs underneath your nails. Not only can soap clean dirty nails, but it can prevent it too! Before gardening, scrape your fingernails along the side of a bar of soap. The soap that collects there will prevent soil and dirt from lodging into your nails. Once you’re ready, the soap will easily wash away.  

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