There is handmade soap for every skin type.
Depending your location, whether you have hard or soft water, allergies, lifestyle, and skin type, you may think handmade soap may not be for you. However, Unique Useables strives to tailor a soap for everyone. Know your allergies, and check the soap's ingredients before purchasing. Nut oils are commonly used for soapmaking, and may cause an allergic reaction, however slight a change this may be. If your area has hard water, handmade soap may have the tendency to make you feel itchy after a shower; this is normal.
Judge the soap for YOUR skin.
Only YOU know what is best for your skin type. In my soap descriptions, I take great care in defining what each ingredient helps with whether it be moisture retention, cleansing, detoxification, or even the removal of excess oils. I plan on having a variety of soaps useable for the removal of kitchen odors for people who cook and handle raw meats; exfoliating soaps for gardeners, de-greasing soaps for mechanics: my market is one of usefulness. Small things like having a kitchen-hands soap is something that we can easily take for granted. Unlike dish soap and store bought bars, however, my soap contains no detergent: just the old-fashioned cold processed method, containing an oil mixture combining and emulsifying with a lye-water mixture to create (in chemistry) what is known as saponification. This is how our forefathers befre us created soap, and their skin was better for it.
I also offer sampler packs of soap. Don't want to invest in a whole bar? Buy several samples, or just one. I promise you, after just one use, you'll notice the difference in your skin. No longer will it feel tight and dry after washing with store bought soaps. Moisturization is just around the corner, and you can have luxurious skin at an affordable cost.