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How long do the soaps generally last?
What ingredients are in your soap?
How should I store soap in the shower?
Can I request a certain flavor/scent?
Can I buy soaps in bulk?
How much body scrub do I need?
Why should I choose homemade, natural soaps over commerical soaps?
Why does it say the scrubs weigh 4 pounds?
What if an item is sold out?
Why is there only one choice in shipping?


How long do the soaps generally last?
It depends on how often you use them. Typically, a 3 oz bar used every day in the shower (assuming you have a soap holder that is not under direct water) lasts several weeks. It depends on the bar and the usage.

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What ingredients are in your soap?
Under each product, I list general ingredients; however, if you would like more details about the ingredients, please email me at: luckyloofahsandlather@gmail.com

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How should I store soap in the shower?
It's best to buy a soap holder that allows water to drain easily. Usually these come in metal or wood. You don't want to store your soap in a container that allows water to collect otherwise your bar of soap will be gone before you know it!

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Can I request a certain flavor/scent?
Absolutely! I am always looking for new scents and soaps to make. If you have a suggestion or a particular request, please email me at: luckyloofahsandlather@gmail.com

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Can I buy soaps in bulk?
At this point, I do not currently make large enough batches to buy in bulk. Down the road, absolutely.

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How much body scrub do I need?
It depends on what body areas you are going to clean. For hands, feet, elbows, and face, you shouldn't need more than one or two tablespoons. If you are going to scrub down your whole body, start with one or two tablespoons and add more as necessary. Be careful if you're in the shower though as body scrubs contain oil and make for slipper surfaces.

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Why should I choose homemade, natural soaps over commerical soaps?
The answer to that is simple. Homemade, natural soaps are made with more natural ingredients, oils, and additives that are better for your skin, body, and even mood. Commercial brands of soap are mass produced and are cheaper, yes, but homemade natural soaps are made by real people who love what they do! Soapmakers will make sure each and every single bar is up to standard and is perfect before selling it to you. Wouldn't you rather have a real person make your soap rather than an assembly line machine?

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Why does it say the scrubs weigh 4 pounds?
They don't weigh for pounds, but in shipping terms, they have to. They won't fit in the small flat rate boxes, only the medium sized flat rate boxes.

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What if an item is sold out?
If there's an item you would like to buy, but the inventory is out, please email me and I will fulfill your request.

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Why is there only one choice in shipping?
I started this website using USPS Flat Rate only. After realizing it wasn't fair to charge my customers so much in shipping based on ecrater.com weigh scales (1 pound increments; 1 oz increments not available) I have a fixed rate on every item so that way, you only per ounce for shipping per USPS guidelines. That way, you can buy more products and pay less in shipping and handling.

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