Grandma’s Lye Soap- Acne Soap

Through out this summer Grandma’s Lye Soap will highlight its two acne bars in preparation for the upcoming school year.  Both normal and acne skin soap products are aimed to help teenagers and young adults fight acne.  What we have learned is that ordinary soap can clog pores and skin treatments can cost a fortune.  Our goal is to give young adults a cheaper and more effective alternative by offering natural products that are specifically designed to combat breakouts as well as other acne problems.

According to WebMD there are 5 skin types: Normal, Oily, Dry, Combination, and Sensitive. Today we will highlight oily skin which is considered to be one of the more common types.  Most teenagers dealing with oily skin have an excess amount of sebum which is produced by your body’s sebaceous glands. Overproduction of the sebaceous, which are oil-producing glands, results in blackheads and stronger breakouts that teenagers and young adults will have to deal with.

By offering the oily skin acne bar soap, we believe that individuals can take preventative action through an affordable price.  Grandma’s Lye Soap “Acne Bar” will help fight acne as an all natural source.  The bar of soap contains the following ingredients: food grade lard, water, castor, lye, oatmeal & thyme. This soap is hand cut and individually inspected.

Here are some guideline and instructions for effective use of this acne soap:

  1. For full effect use this special acne soap as your ONLY all over daily shower soap for face and body. Wash your face with soap before bed and additionally as needed to clean pores. Continue to use this soap when acne clears to fight bacteria with thyme to keep pores clean and acne under control.
  2. Acne may appear to worsen at first because Acne Bar is cleaning the pores and drawing out the impurities. Most see improvements in 3 to 4 days. Cystic acne may take considerably longer to improve. 

For more information be sure to visit our website: http://grandmaspureandnatural.com/

and our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/grandmaslyesoap

References:

http://health.howstuffworks.com/skin-care/information/anatomy/sebum.htm
http://www.webmd.com/beauty/face/whats-your-skin-type

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