Archive for the ‘Useful Soap Info’ Category


Dogs have sensitive skin, too!

More and more you hear about dogs with skin and other allergies. This is because, like us, they are exposed to toxic substances in the home and in their bathing products which can eventually cause skin, and other, sensitivities.


Triclosan? We don’t need no stinkin’ Triclosan!

Triclosan is an antibacterial and antifungal agent. Sounds like a good thing to have in your soap, doesn’t it?  Well, think again! In a recent Washington Post Article, is was reported that the FDA is taking another look at at the health […]


What’s in your soap?

I am often asked what makes Two Little Blackbirds All Natural Handmade soap better than the commercial produced soaps. The answer is simple…
It’s not what we put into our soaps but rather what we DON’T put into our soaps!


Oatmeal Soap enriched with Vitamin E

Oatmeal is a healthy food to eat, but it also offers many benefits for the skin. Loaded with exfoliating pieces of oatmeal and made of a vegetable base formula with a huge helping of Vitamin E for extra goodness,  this […]


Wheat Germ Oil Soap

For soap making, you can’t beat Wheat Germ Oil. Wheat Germ Oil is rich in Vitamins A, D, and E, and also contains Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, F, Essential Fatty Acids, protein, and minerals so it’s great addition to all soaps and lotions.


Sweet Almond Oil Soap

The latest creation from the soap kitchen – Sweet Almond Oil Soap! A creamy, almost white soap that has tons of soapy bubbles. made from just two basic ingredients – Sweet Almond Oil and Palm Oil – this soap is perfect for anyone who has sensitive skin or allergies to some of the other oils typically found in soap.


Mango-Shea Butter Soap

Soap made with Shea Butter is extravagantly wonderful. Soap made with Shea Butter AND Mango Butter? If it got any better it would be illegal! Two moisturizing butters combined into one great soap – what more could your skin ask for from a bar of soap?


Hempseed Oil Soap

We use a cold-pressed hempseed oil with a dark green, brownish color in our soap. This gives our Hempseed Oil Soap an invigorating spring green color. As always, our soaps obtain their coloring through the natural ingredients used in handcrafting the soaps – not from any added colors!


When is Soap Not Soap?

You probably have this impostor soap in your house right now. That’s right you are harboring a fraud, a counterfeiter, a fake! What am I talking about? Well, SOAP of course! That bar that you are washing with daily probably isn’t even real “soap”…

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