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Savage Soaps, whose headquarters are located in Frederick, MD, launched a direct to consumer ad campaign today highlighting ‘Goodfellas’, one of their more popular handcrafted soaps for men. The commercial was produced and filmed in Burbank, CA by Grant Morningstar. The campaign will focus on different Savage Soaps products and those upcoming commercials are already in the works and due out later in 2019.

Savage Soaps handcrafts over 50 natural olive oil soaps. The soaps are made in small quality controlled batches with superior oils and essentials. They are palm oil free, color free, and vegan. The packaging is also eco-friendly and compostable.

“A large percentage of our clientele have skin issues, such as dry itchy skin, red bumps, acne, psoriasis, and eczema. Our soaps have been shown to help them overcome these issues. Grant and I are proud to be helping people around the world who suffer from all sorts of skin related problems,” stated Misti Morningstar, owner/founder.

 

 

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Throughout the ages essential oils have been used in rituals and ceremonies in early Egyptian and even more lavishly in Roman times. Oils infused with essential oils were rubbed onto their bodies after bathing, they wore unguents to scent their hair, and additionally used scented powders in their clothes and bed linens. Essential oils were used medicinally as well for nearly every type of affliction.

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How Can You Strengthen Your Immune System?

The biggest question for most people is how can they improve and strengthen their immune system. One of the best ways is by using essential oils. That’s because essential oils:

  • Are high in antioxidants
  • Are oxygenating
  • Are immune enhancing and support the body’s natural defenses
  • Aid in maintaining normal cellular regeneration
  • Boost stamina and energy
  • Essential oils containing sesquiterpenes have the ability to pass the blood-brain barrier. That means they can bring oxygen and nutrients in, and take toxins and wastes out.

Essential oils can be used to help ward off various flu strains and alleviate other common ailments. Certain essential oils have anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. Furthermore, many people don’t realize that viruses and bacteria do not become resistant to essential oils that contain these properties. This is very important because it is a well-known fact that antibiotics are losing their effectiveness against many types of afflictions. When combined properly, essential oils are naturally absorbed into the body through the skin and also into the brain through the lining of the nose, affecting the body’s chemistry in many positive ways. Essential oils also offer a more agreeable and benign alternative to synthetic drugs, which can cause so many adverse reactions and side-effects.

Each day we hear more scary news stories about possible pandemics, but the extraordinary properties of essential oils will benefit children, adults, and the elderly.   Taking a wise step towards good health by using safe and soothing natural products will reward you with a healthier body and mind. See link at the end of article for Essential Oils for Autism.

Essential Oils & Uses:

Bergamot: (Citrus bergamia) Mood uplifting qualities, money, success, alleviate stress, antidepressant, antibiotic, antiseptic and great for the sacral and heart chakras.

Cedarwood: (Juniperus virginiana) Great for relieving nervous tension and stress, smooth the look of skin, clear acne, stimulate hair growth, purification, antiseptic, insecticidal, sedative, and great for the base root chakra.

Clary Sage: (Salvia sclarea) Aphrodisiac, euphoric, sedative, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, cleansing, and great for the third eye chakra.

Clove: (Syzygium aromaticum) Antibiotic, anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac, stimulant, nausea, sprains, asthma, acne, burns, and great for the throat chakra.

Eucalyptus: (Eucalyptus globulus) Insect repellent, respiratory, colds, flu, achy joints, and great for the throat chakra.

Jasmine: (Oleaceae) Aphrodisiac, antidepressant, sedative, spiritual love, insomnia, and great for the heart chakra.

Lavender: (Lavandin grosso) Analgesic for muscle aches, antidepressant, alleviate stress, anti-fungal, antiseptic, healing, hope and mental strength, and great for the crown, throat, and solar plexus chakras.

Lemon: (Citrus reticulata) Antiviral, antibacterial, antiseptic, antimicrobial, stimulating, sleep inducing, anti-fungal, anti-stress, astringent, acne, refreshes the mind, concentration, and great for the throat chakra.

Lemongrass: (Cymbopogon citratus) Antidepressant, Antiseptic, astringent, sedative, muscular pain and circulation, muscle and tissue toner, headaches, stress, nervous exhaustion, fevers, infectious diseases, insecticidal, and great for the sacral chakra and throat chakras.

Patchouli: (Pogostemon cablin) Antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, aphrodisiac, nausea, headaches, spiritual love, healing, and great for the throat and third eye chakras.

Peppermint: (Mentha piperita) Asthma, headaches/migraines, mental fatigue, stimulant, nervous stress, luck, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, and great for the throat, third eye and solar plexus chakras.

Rosemary: (Rosmarinus officinalis) Antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, fungicidal, restorative, colds, flu, asthma, infections, acne, headaches, mental fatigue, promotes hair growth, dandruff, and great for the solar plexus and throat chakras.

Sandalwood: (Santalum album) Spirituality, purification, antidepressant, aphrodisiac, sedative, stress, insomnia, and great for the root and crown chakras.

Tea Tree: (Melaleuca alternifolia) Anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, fungicidal, acne, burns, dandruff, herpes, rashes, warts, fever, flu, colds, and great for the third eye chakra.

Ylang Ylang: (Cananga odorata var. genuina) Aphrodisiac, antidepressant, euphoric, sedative, frigidity, nervine great for stress and insomnia, anger management, and also great for the root and crown chakras.

Get these superior essential oils, oil burners and aromatherapy necklaces at:

Savage Soaps, 10 E Church St., Frederick, MD

Additional read – Essential Oils for Autism:  https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/essential-oils-for-autism-adhd-add/

It’s here…the giving season is upon us and Cindy Kubica, host of Energized Living Today, wants to share some of her favorite gift ideas with you. From yummy Savage Soaps to great books, she has ideas to fit all budgets.

Cindy has chosen Savage Soaps® as one of her Favorite Gift Things! Hear all about us and some of her other favorite holiday gift things! Plus, get one-of-a-kind special deals!!

Don’t miss it!! She will talk about Savage Soaps live on the show Monday, Nov. 30th. Live online at the link below at 5 pm ET: http://energizedlivingtoday.com/gg15/live-webcast/

Thanks Cindy, and to all the listeners. We are so grateful for you!

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Bob has been a customer for years and he loves Savage Soaps so much that he bought all of the ‘Paris’ we had on the shelf for his wife. Her skin is sensitive and this is the only soap she can use. YAY!!!! Thanks Bob.

For everyone looking for great Christmas ideas… don’t forget to shop local and surprise your friends and family with a gift from Savage Soaps!

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Our Whole Lotta Rosie Soap photo shoot for the Savage Soaps’ advertising campaign was a huge success! There were lots of great photos but this one was the all around favorite. Pictured are Savage Soaps models Piret and Faith. If you know anyone who fits the personality of one of our soaps, email your photo to: mail@savagesoaps.com for consideration to model for one of our next photo shoots. Get your Savage Soaps at our downtown Frederick location or ask for your favorite at your local Whole Foods or other natural food market. SavageSoaps.com

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new chocolate soap 2014Almost any flavor or scent is now available to pamper the body and to soothe the soul. Relaxing in the bubbles and suds of your favorite aroma while benefiting from nature’s best ingredients makes for good health, both inside and out. Chocolate soap for bath time is a special way to delight the skin and the senses.

Chocolate is a natural healer, helping to relieve stress and introduce antioxidants to the body. The prime ingredient, cacao, comes from a small, bitter bean that is packed full of natural disease fighting elements such as flavonoids and theobromine. Also containing iron and magnesium, cacao can help ward off nasty effects of aging as it can help to make arteries and veins more flexible.

The bitter cacao has commonly been mixed with sugar and butter to make it sweet and palatable, still yielding the natural benefits to health. Going a step further, it is not only beneficial inside the body, it can work wonders for the skin.

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Savage Soaps Chocolat Olive oil soap

Chocolate has been found to be a soothing healer for the skin, as well. Many salons are now offering chocolate facials, as the antioxidants in the formula help to ward off acne-friendly bacteria. An all natural soap has been developed by Savage Soaps, based out of Frederick, Maryland, and is simply called Chocolat. The hand-crafted treat for the skin is full of moisturizing olive oil, other natural ingredients and of course chocolate. The luxurious aroma of chocolate can easily add to a delightful bath experience, with maybe some bon-bons on the side.

Bubbling alongside the decadent Chocolat bar of soap, Savage Soaps offer over 40 varieties consisting of natural blends that use olive oil and other essential healing oils. Whatever your fancy, the anti-aging benefits of the soaps come packaged in exotic designs with an even better outcome with regular use.

Soaps that are commercially manufactured often contain chemicals and artificial ingredients that can actually be harmful to the skin. While promoting cleanliness, they can strip the skin of vital oils and deplete it of moisture. Handcrafted soaps, such as the ones made by Savage Soaps contain natural glycerin which attracts moisture and restores smoothness and elasticity.

Chocolate, along with red wine and even beer, can have long lasting positive effects on the appearance of the skin. These three are known for their antioxidant qualities and combined with essential oils and elements found in nature’s garden can only be good, delighting the skin and the senses. Nature is the key, as opposed to man-made substances that often go against long term health.

Handcrafters of soaps and other natural products pay close attention to the details of formulating blends of the Earth and adhering to producing quality goods that promote health, well-being, relaxation and rejuvenation. If chocolate is not your favorite, Savage Soaps also offers aromatherapy oils to combat PMS, stress and the common cold. Bath time and showers can be fun, relaxing and refreshing when knowing the product used is natural and healing.

Also lathering up with another soap by Savage Soaps, Beersud, made with nut brown ale, can make a long day seem worthwhile with its warm, spicy aroma and beneficial blend of natural oils. Almond, Grapefruit, Mango and Honey are just a few others to throw into the mix when the days of wine and roses draw to a close. A red wine soap may be in the near future, as anything natural seems to hold the power of healing and health.

By: Roanne FitzGibbon. Liberty Voice article online:

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