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  • beer and oat soap

    Beer & Oat Soap

    Beer Soap?!

    Sure, you’ve heard of drinking beer. But isn’t beer soap a bit of a stretch?

    Why? Why would you put beer in soap?!

    Excellent question. Well, you need a liquid in the mix to make soap. Most soapers use water. However, you can use many things; water, milk, goats milk, wine, beer…the list goes on. Each ingredient has it’s own benefits. As for beer, it’s said that beer in soap does the following:

    • The hops in beer (once in soap) help to soothe irritated skin, and contain skin softening properties
    • It’s said to be very moisturising
    • Makes for a multi-purpose bar used for washing your body, hair, or even face (I love this bar for my face)
    • The brewers yeast used in the manufacturing of the beer has antibacterial properties, and may work to fight acne
    • Lastly, beer soap is surely a great conversation starter!
    $9.00
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  • body brush

    Body Brush

    Body Brush

    Do you have dry skin? Bad circulation?

    Enter, the body brush. This is the perfect addition to your morning routine.

    Why is a body brush worth investing in?

    • The easiest way to exfoliate without the need for scrubs
    • Improves circulation
    • It can prevent ingrown hairs
    • Improves blood flow which boosts energy
    • Helps clean out pores

    *These are made using boar bristles*

    $17.00
  • charcoal & pumice exfoliating body soap

    Charcoal & Pumice Exfoliating Body Soap

    Let me introduce you to Totally Balmy’s Charcoal & Pumice Exfoliating Body Soap!

    Affectionately known as ‘Concrete Soap’, this bar forms part of the Nourish range of face & body soaps. However, this is designed with tradie’s in mind as it’s great for removing dirt, paint, grease, and whatever else your hands come into contact with.

     

    Who is this good for? The Charcoal & Pumice Exfoliating Body Soap is good for:
    • Citrus lovers (It’s scented with bergamot & cedarwood, so has a woody/citrus smell)
    • People who work with their hands a lot
    • Those who want an exfoliating soap that won’t dry out their skin
    • Lovers of activated charcoal (Attracts toxins like a magnet!)

    Ingredients: Sweet almond oil, distilled water, coconut oil, shea butter, sodium hydroxide, apricot kernel oil, essential oils of cedarwood & bergamot, pumice, bentonite clay, activated charcoal, vitamin e.

    $9.00
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  • coffee & clay exfoliating body soap

    Coffee & Clay Exfoliating Body Soap

    Let me introduce you to Totally Balmy’s Coffee & Clay Exfoliating Body Soap!

    This soap forms part of the Nourish range of face & body soaps. However, this is designed with tradie’s in mind as it’s great for removing dirt, paint, grease, and whatever else your hands come into contact with.

     

    Who is this good for? The Coffee & Clay Exfoliating Body Soap is good for:
    • People who work with their hands a lot
    • Those who want an exfoliating soap that won’t dry out their skin
    • Coffee lovers!

     

    Ingredients: Coconut oil, shea butter, sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, water, sodium hydroxide, ground coffee, whisky woodsmoke & leather fragrance, cedarwood essential oil, vitamin e.

    $9.00
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  • gardening soap

    Gardening Soap

    Are you a Gardener? Painter? Builder?

    If you’re a gardener, engineer, mechanic, or have hard working hands, you’ll love this new exfoliating gardening soap!

    Dirt

    Dirty hands can be a nuisance to clean, so we’ve designed this soap to help. This soap contains both pumice and poppy seeds to exfoliate your skin and remove dirt. However, it also contains nourishing oils to help put some moisture back into your skin.

     

    Gardening Soap Ingredients: Sweet almond oil, distilled water, coconut oil, shea butter, sodium hydroxide, apricot kernel oil, essential oils of orange, citronella, eucalyptus, & tea-tree, poppy seeds, vitamin e, mineral mica.

    $9.00
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  • konjac body sponge

    Konjac Body Sponge

    Konjac body sponge – what on earth is that?!

    A konjac body sponge is a natural sponge made from the fibrous ‘konnyaku’ root vegetable of Japanese origin. It comes from the same family as the humble potato, and is commonly consumed as food (Konjac noodles, or as a kind of solid jelly-like vegetable marinated in various sauces) in Japan.

    It is however also dried, ground, and mixed with water to form a paste, then calcium hydroxide is added (To make it alkaline). This mixture is then heated to solidify it, frozen overnight, then dried slowly to evaporate the water.

    These sponges are:

    • Vegan
    • Made from a vegetable!
    • Compostable
    • They gently cleanse and exfoliate the skin
    • Said to help remove blackheads, oil, and dead skin cells
    $18.00
  • konjac sponge

    Konjac Face & Body Sponge Set

    Konjac sponge – what on earth is that?!

    A konjac sponge is a natural sponge made from the fibrous ‘konnyaku’ root vegetable of Japanese origin. It comes from the same family as the humble potato, and is commonly consumed as food (Konjac noodles, or as a kind of solid jelly-like vegetable marinated in various sauces) in Japan.

    It is however also dried, ground, and mixed with water to form a paste, then calcium hydroxide is added (To make it alkaline). This mixture is then heated to solidify it, frozen overnight, then dried slowly to evaporate the water.

    These sponges are:

    • Vegan
    • Made from a vegetable!
    • Compostable
    • They gently cleanse and exfoliate the skin
    • Said to help remove blackheads, oil, and dead skin cells
    $30.00
  • konjac face sponge

    Konjac Face Sponge

    What on earth is a konjac sponge?

    A konjac sponge is a natural sponge made from the fibrous ‘konnyaku’ root vegetable of Japanese origin. It comes from the same family as the humble potato, and is commonly consumed as food (Konjac noodles, or as a kind of solid jelly-like vegetable marinated in various sauces) in Japan.

    It is however also dried, ground, and mixed with water to form a paste, then calcium hydroxide is added (To make it alkaline). This mixture is then heated to solidify it, frozen overnight, then dried slowly to evaporate the water.

    These sponges are:

    • Vegan
    • Made from a vegetable!
    • Compostable
    • They gently cleanse and exfoliate the skin
    • Said to help remove blackheads, oil, and dead skin cells
    $14.00
  • all in one soap bar

    Natural Exfoliating Face and Body Bars

    Exfoliate! Exfoliate! Exfoliate!

    Did you know there’s an easy way to help you achieve a healthy glow?

    Your body is constantly shedding skin, and it’s often not enough to simply wash your body. Using an exfoliating bar will help remove these dead skin cells, unclog your pores, and leave you with smooth ‘new’ skin.

    Our bars use natural exfoliants of pumice (for the face & body), and poppy seeds (for the body). This way you won’t be allowing little plastic beads to drain into the waterways, nor will you have to buy plastic body puffs. This is one of the most natural, environmentally-friendly ways to exfoliate your skin!

    How often you should use it is up to you. Start with once a week, and see how your skin feels.

    Refresh your skin, and exfoliate today!

    Ingredients: Coconut oil, shea butter, sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, water, lye, essential/flavour oils, exfoliant, vitamin e, mica

    $10.00
  • sisal brush

    Sisal Body Brush

    Sisal Body Brush

    Do you have dry skin? Bad circulation?

    Enter, the body brush. This is the perfect addition to your morning routine.

     

    Why is a body brush worth investing in?

    • The easiest way to exfoliate without the need for scrubs
    • Improves circulation
    • It can prevent ingrown hairs
    • Improves blood flow which boosts energy
    • Helps clean out pores

    To read more about why dry body brushing is fabulous, have a look at this article from Wellness Mama.

     

    Easy to use

    These brushes come in two types; hand held, and long handled.

    Hand held – This is an oval shaped brush with a fabric strap, perfect for slipping your hand through to gently grip the brush.

    Long handled – The oval head of this brush is slightly larger than that of the hand-held variety. It has a long handle, perfect for washing your back.

    $22.00$27.00
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