Saint Soap and Saint Lucia!

Bathing is certainly a pleasure democratic. Rich and poor, some wealthy or noble, no matter, everyone has an intimate moment in this moment of self-indulgence that is worth much more than simply clean the skin. NATURAL HANDCRAFTED SOAP

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The bath provides relaxation and stimulation in the right-nothing is so invigorating, no other therapy is as immediate as this one.
To take full delight of that moment of need and choose products that you will use, because the skin is the largest organ of our body, a precious mantle that must be protected to protect what’s inside it.

If you use any soap without any selection, you will be vulnerable to attack by harmful microorganisms crazy to penetrate inside the skin and make a real freak in your immune system.
So it’s good to choose correctly,  with knowledge and seeking what is more friendly to your skin, your wall of defense against the world increasingly inhospitable, consisting of desiccant air conditioning, solar radiation ruthless, bacteria, fungi and yeast each day further strengthened.
Santa Lucia born in Italy 1904, who pioneered the natural handcrafted soap industry natural handcrafted soap with essential oils in Brazil.
She moved to Brazil in 1917 and start the cold process soap with aroma reminiscent of an Rain forest tree and wild flowers.
Saint Lucia also make soaps from church organization, or any group seeking to raise funds for a charitable cause.
She also meet the pope John Paul II , and made some gifts for him with her Natural Handcrafted Soap.
We had known from Vatican sources.
Santa Lucia has Approximately 45 different choices are available from an array of categories – citrus fruits, plant and flower extract, from the tree, oatmeal, goat’s milk and buttermilk, espresso coffee, from the sea, clays, herbs and triple-milled French.
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