Oatmeal Honey Sunflower Soap is a natural soap made with 100% natural ingredients: Saponified Oils of (Olive, Coconut, Sunflower, Castor), Oats, Honey, Rosehip Seed Oil, Beeswax.
This Oatmeal Honey Soap works great as a hand, facial, and whole-body soap. Think of this soap as a nice soothing oatmeal bath in a bar! The gentle soothing power of oats will clear your skin while they also gently exfoliate, clearing away dead skin cells.
How to use this oatmeal honey sunflower soap:
Use warm water to create a creamy lather in your hands, rag, sponge, loofah, etc… Massage your body, face (avoid eyes), or hands with the lather in circular motions. Rinse with water and pat dry.
Let the bar dry between uses. Keep it out of direct streams of water and standing water. I recommend using a ventilated soap dish or any type of soap-saver dish. This way, the soap is elevated, will drain and dry faster, and will last much longer.
*Due to the handmade nature of our products each bar of soap will be unique and slightly different from the listed picture.
Lauren Browning –
My husband bought the sunflower soap for my mom and my mother-in-law and they both say it’s the best soap they’ve ever used.
My mom has sensitive skin and she says this soap is a blessing to her. We are wondering if this sunflower oatmeal honey soap is the same thing as the other oatmeal honey soaps you have one here because she said she would like to have a honey bee one, but wants to make sure it is the same thing because this one works so well for her. I hope someone will answer me soon. Thank you.
Amanda Payne –
Hello, and thank you for the review, Lauren. I’m happy my sunflower soap was a hit. To answer your question, all of my oatmeal honey soaps are almost exactly the same. There are two slight differences. One difference is the type of mold that I use. The other difference is that with my cold processed soaps (which is what the sunflower and honeybee soaps are), I add a very small amount of beeswax to help keep the bars harder with use. I hope that helps.