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Swine Flu Vs. Soap: Our bet’s on the soap! by Barbara Ficarra Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Wed 29 Apr 2009 11:42pm 1 Comment By Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA and Gwenn Schurgin O’Keefe, MD, FAAP It’s always frightening to learn of outbreaks that the CDC labels as a “public health emergency”. While the swine flu may be new to us in name, it’s not new to us in what it is at its core, how we have to prepare ourselves for it, should it arrive in our area, and what w ... Read on »
Recycle Bar Soap into Soap Crayons by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:11am I could tell you all the educational reasons for making soap crayons—children’s learning should be experiential, experience with art should be as varied as possible, following a recipe utilizes math concepts, making something that you can use builds self-confidence and self-sufficiency, having a brand-new experience along with an adult adds ad ... Read on »
Natural Soaps and Soap Making Supplies by estertey Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 5:52pm I was looking for Natural Soap for me and my family that has gentle and subtle effect on my skin. I didn't have much time to shop around so I thought of looking around the internet. I was so inspired by one Soap website and bought 2 of her products. I am still waiting for the order and hopefully I can get it soon. I realized there is not much Natu ... Read on »
Antibacterial Soap no Better then Regular Soap and May be Linked to Autism by Gina Nick Doctor of Philosophy Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm New research is pointing to a growing concern that antibacterial soaps, and the antibacterial pesticides contained within them, like Triclosan, may be detrimental to pregnant women, infants and young children.  Triclosan is an endocrine disruptor which means that it could also trigger other diseases,  such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, a ... Read on »
Soap Cleansing - What's in your bar of soap? by Julie B. Posted Wed 30 Sep 2009 9:25am I read an article the other day about soap cleansing with bar soap. Most don't give it a second thought, but maybe you should. Many conventional soaps contain beef tallow. That is the fat rendered from meat processing. Scrubbing down with cow fat is not my way to start the day! The beef tallow also contains toxins and artificial hormones whi ... Read on »
The Pedal-Powered Natural Soap: Just Soap by Rachel M. Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Apr 2010 8:53pm Interested in natural home-made soaps? Check out Just Soap that has been made by bicycle!  A unique item for mother’s day- for those of you who are cyclists? Or just a cool gift idea? Either way,  I know lots of people who’d be excited to get a homemade gift such as this!! You can order five gift boxes of soap for $15.75 ... Read on »
Join “The Soap Dish” with Ivory and Melissa McCarthy! #IvorySoapDish by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 4:02pm I’ve been using Ivory soap since I was a little girl! I remember that little white bar being in our bathroom with the word “Ivory” stamped on it. I always felt like I was doing a great job of getting clean when I used it. Ivory soap is still an awesome product, and Ivory has expanded their product line to include amazing body washes! I love u ... Read on »
Heavenly Handmade Soaps from Turtle River Soap Company, Plus a Giveaway! by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 02 Feb 2012 8:00am I knew as soon as I opened my mailbox that my Turtle River Soaps had arrived. They smelled SO good! I was in heaven opening up the package and unwrapping the 100% natural handmade soaps inside. My kids came over to see what smelled so good, and they insisted that I use the “Fairy Farts” soap first! I could have predicted that from two 8-year- ... Read on »
DIY Natural Soap: Basic Olive Oil Soap by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Aug 2012 8:02pm Heidi Corley Barto started dabbling in soap-making when her younger daughter started to experience skin issues.  The Natural Soap Chef  is the product of those experiments. Homemade soap allows you to control what goes into your soap, so that you can get clean while keeping nasty chemicals out of the environment and away from your skin . T ... Read on »
DIY Natural Soap: Stank Dog Soap by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 Dec 2012 5:37pm Heidi Corley Barto began to experiment with soap-making when her younger daughter started to experience skin issues.  The Natural Soap Chef  is the product of those experiments.  Homemade soap allows you to control what goes into your soap, so that you can get clean while  keeping nasty chemicals out of the environment and away from your s ... Read on »