This homemade carrot and honey soap is one of the most popular. Most people like to use it as a facial cleanser , but it can be used as a body wash as well.

The soap home honey and carrot has anti-aging and moisturizing , so it is especially suitable for dry skin or abused. However, it can also have excellent results for acne skin .

Benefits of homemade soap ingredients

The carotene-containing properties of carrots are very beneficial for fighting free radicals, it helps to counteract eczema and acne problems , it keeps the skin hydrated, which is why it helps to treat dryness and it is also beneficial to treat the wounds of the skin, helping to heal better .

Recipe to prepare homemade soap

Soap can turn different colors depending on the oils we use.

For the preparation of our Carrot and Honey soap recipe we will need:

  • 300 ml of coconut oil
  • 400 ml of olive oil
  • 100 ml of almond oil
  • 200 ml of the water from the carrots cooking
  • 100 grams of pureed carrots
  • 110 gr of caustic sosa
  • half a tablespoon of pure honey
  • 10 drops of carrot seed essential oil

Most of the ingredients can be purchased in health food stores. But in the same way the last ingredients can be optional.

Preparation of homemade soap

To make this handmade and healthy soap for skin care, you must make sure to wear gloves, to be in a suitable space for work and to use wooden utensils.

We must add the carrot puree together with the water in a bowl and then add the caustic soda little by little and carefully. You must stir it very well while the mixture takes heat and the ingredients mix very well. Then you let it cool.

Then we add the honey, along with the other oils and the essential oil and stir with a wooden spoon to mix these ingredients very well, and we will notice that the consistency begins to increase.

Now is the time to put the content inside the silicone molds to shape our homemade soaps. It should be allowed to harden for a couple of days and then de-mold.

In this way we have at our disposal a natural homemade soap that will provide the skin with many benefits. Go ahead and prepare it.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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