Recently, I had a semi-irate customer holler about how one of my no-coconut soaps didn’t produce an enormous, copious lather for her. It got so heated and she refused to understand me. She had purchased a soap that wasn’t ready to be used yet, she’d DEMANDED that I send it before it’s time and even though I explained that the suds wouldn’t be very high, she complained about the suds.
I decided to post this to explain to everyone UP FRONT about the Zero-coconut soaps. Coconut oil is a wonderfully cleansing oil. It produces beautiful high bubbly suds and it removes all the naturally occurring oils from your skin. For those who already have dry skin, a coconut oil-based soap can be too drying.
This is the reason I formulated my low-coconut and zero-coconut soaps. When these soaps are young, the suds are low – but they do still suds up. As they age and harden, the suds do get a little higher. But they are never super bubbly high sudsing soaps. They get skin clean, but do not dry skin out.
I believe you’ll never have a nicer soap touch your skin… 🙂