Lotion Bar Instructions:
Simply take the lotion bar into their hands and warm it by rub the bar in your hands like rubbing a bar of soap. You can use lotion bars to apply lotion to your hands first and then rub your hands on your body or you may apply the bar directly to your feet, ankles, knees, legs, arms, elbows or any other area that has dry skin.
Natural Soap Instructions:
By properly taking care of your natural soap, it can last a long time. Since our soaps do not have any extra junk, waxes, silicones, fillers, nor preservatives, so please do not leave your natural soap in standing water when you are not using it. Instead, keep your natural soap in a soap dish that provides proper drainage. Allowing your natural soap to dry between washes will also help. If you have any additional, unused soaps, store them in a dark, cool place. If you choose to store any additional soaps in a bag, please be sure that the bag is a breathable bag, and never use plastic bags, since soaps need to breathe. Lastly, use a wash cloth to make your natural soap last longer.
Sugar Scrub Instructions:
First, wash your skin with natural soap, then rinse well. Next, use a waterproof spoon, and apply a sufficient amount of sugar scrub to wet skin over your entire body, massaging in a circular motion to allow the granules to remove dead skin cells. Finally, rinse off well, but do be careful, as the sugar scrub will make your tub slippery. It is advised that you wash the tub right after to prevent anyone from falling in the shower.
Bath Salt Instructions:
Fill your bath tub about halfway to the desired level. Then pour a handful of bath salts into the bath right under the faucet, so that the bath salts will fall with the water into the tub. When have poured the desired amount of bath salts into your bath, you are then ready to enjoy your bath. Finally, on occasion, be sure to stir the water around to be sure you get all the benefits of your bath salts.