Anyone's life truly lived consists of work, sunshine, exercise, soap, plenty of fresh air, and a happy contented spirit.~Lillie Langrty
With the warm weather and sunshine I will have to consider shaving my legs more than once a week now. ....sigh....
It's funny, when I lived in New York City I would shave my legs regularly without fail because I used to wear skirts all the time whether it was warm or freezing cold outside. In the winter I couldn't stand the sight or feel of stubble poking through my tights, and in the summer, well, you know.... I am not a fan of hairy legs. You may be, and that's good for you, but not so much for me.
So, when I do shave I use Elizabeth's Wild Hair Shaving Soap.
What makes it special is the use of pumice and willow bark powder. The pumice helps exfoliate and lift the hairs, and the willow bark powder is a great astringent and anti-microbial ingredient.
A little clay is also added and is not only a gentle exfoliant, it helps to provide a silky and creamy feel to the soap.
If you're wondering who Elizabeth is well, wonder no more. She is my extremely knowledgeable and helpful acupuncturist, and you can visit her website to find out more about her and her business, Dancing Grass Medicine.
Elizabeth mentioned one day that she had an idea for a shaving soap, and we took her ideas and ingredient suggestions and developed this great soap.
My husband uses it every day to shave his face, and will even take it when traveling. Thank you Elizabeth!