Nancy’s Seaweed Soaps – Promoting a healthier body skin
All my soaps have kelp, seaweed and Irish moss that is harvested off the Mahone Bay waters. They are rich in beta-carotene, vitamin A, minerals, enzymes and amino acids. They contain collagen making the skin feel soft to touch. Mineral serine enhances skin beauty while threonine improves skin tone. Antioxidants in seaweed increase the body's fat burning ability. Minerals are absorbed through the skin which breaks the chemical bond hat seals fat cell, releasing them out of the body. Ocean vegetables like kelp are high in iodine which is great for glandular function and increase metabolism. It also contains phosphorus and calcium, magnesium and potassium.
A great source of vitamins A, B2, C, D & E and amino acids.
- Make skin clear, young looking
- Reduces laugh lines and wrinkles
- Snuffs out cellulite
- Increase metabolism
Helps maintain beautiful body skin, seaweed is the best nourishment for skin
- Increase blood flow at the surface of the skin, making the skin supple, smooth and radiant
- Draws out toxins from our body and releases its nutrients into us through our pores
- Excellent for exfoliating the skin, flushing away fatty deposits under the skin leaving it silky smooth
- Nourish and detoxify your body promoting a healthier body skin
Soaps contain coconut, palm, olive and castor oils along with Shea butter.
Soap: $6 for 1 bar or $20 for 4 bars
Body Wash: $6
Dead Sea Mud: $15
Dead Sea Salt: $8
Lip balm: $4
Wooden Soap Dishes: $5
Ceramic Soap Dishes: $15
Note: I do take orders through messages on Facebook until my website is fully functional.
Location; 36 Bond Drive, Chester, Nova Scotia
Phone; (902) 299-7627
Seaweed, Kelp and Irish Moss are rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids. They contain collagen making the skin feel soft. Minerals enhances skin beauty while threonine improves skin tone. Antioxidants in seaweed increase the body's fat burning ability.
I used to eat Kelp for my Thyroid issues. My brother, who has a lease to harvest all the ocean vegetables in the Mahone Bay waters off the Nova Scotia coast, suggested that I make soap and put the kelp in it.
I did some research, and found that your skin is your biggest organ, and it absorbs more than what you eat, so I thought I would give it a try, and instantly fell in love with the way it made my skin feel.
I shared it with my friends and family and got so much positive feedback, I thought I'd start selling it, so everybody could enjoy!