soap-free alternatives?

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Re: soap-free alternatives?

Post: #233365 chickenchargrill
Fri May 27, 2011 6:36 pm

I don't use too many roses as a small spray bottle lasts me a while. I just use 2 or 3 for it. It is yummy.

As for the vinegar rinse, I add some rosemary, lavender or use a herbal teabag. None of my family have been able to smell the vinegar.

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Post: #233378 southeast-isher
Fri May 27, 2011 8:36 pm

wildbee wrote:
southeast-isher wrote:Aqueous cream?

You must be joking? That stuff's full to the brim with toxic nastiness.

Is it?! Okay, i will take note of some of the alternatives in this thread. Thank you.

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Post: #233394 wildbee
Fri May 27, 2011 10:08 pm

southeast-isher wrote:
wildbee wrote:
southeast-isher wrote:Aqueous cream?

You must be joking? That stuff's full to the brim with toxic nastiness.

Is it?! Okay, i will take note of some of the alternatives in this thread. Thank you.


Doctor gave some to my frail old pap too, the main ingredient is paraffin :angryfire:
Apparently straight coconut oil can be used for shaving, it's solid at room temperature and melts quickly with bodyheat into a thin oil.

Goodluck

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Post: #233483 southeast-isher
Sat May 28, 2011 7:00 pm

Thank you Wildbee. I will look out for some.

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Post: #251389 southeast-isher
Sat Jan 07, 2012 1:35 pm

Used some almond oil today - it worked just great.

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Re: soap-free alternatives?

Post: #253304 ajs88
Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:37 pm

wildbee wrote:
southeast-isher wrote:Aqueous cream?

You must be joking? That stuff's full to the brim with toxic nastiness.


I'd be interested in any alternative for Aqueous cream as I've spent my life trying everything and Aqueous cream is the only thing I can use


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