Suds Are For Dishes...

Let's take it to the basics... What's a bubble? I mean you may know what they look like but do you know know what they are? Okay, I'll put you out of your misery but a bubble is just a thin sphere of liquid enclosing air or another gas. THASSIT! So if that's all a bubble is then lather is just a bunch of bubbles congregating and hanging out together. So think about where you feel like you NEED to see lather... 

Laundry and dish detergent, oh and shampoo. Of these three, we know WHY we need to have bubbles to form lather but the million dollar question is...Does your damn skin need it lather to be clean? Let's keep it one hundred, we grew up believing that if you could make the dishes squeak, that meant it was clean but ummmm if your skin squeaks we got a problem! 

I won't go into the molecular make up of lather and the effects it has on your skin but truth of the matter is, your skin doesn't need a lot of lather to be moisturized. Same bubbles and I bet your dishes and clothes don't care about being moisturized but your skin surely does. In fact, too much lather will make your skin drier than what it already is, so if you're trying to combat it, go with a brand that is more natural or handmade. Soapers have your skin covered. Is that a pun? Find a soap that has oils that you could use on its own to either cook with or moisturize yourself with. Coconut oil, Olive oil, Almond oils and butters like Shea butter (yes you can cook with shea butter), Mango butter and Coco butter. 

I'll never steer you in the wrong direction.

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