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Liquid Jojoba Soap For Hands - 8 Fluid Ounces - Old Whippersnapper's® Natural Handmade Manly Soaps

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Liquid Jojoba Soap For Hands - 8 Fluid Ounces

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This soap is great for your skin and awesome for your hair.  What makes it this way?  Jojoba Oil.

My Liquid Jojoba Soap is a tremendous value. It contains far more Jojoba Oil than commercial Jojoba Oil Liquid Hand Soaps. I And my soap is all natural and contains no harsh fillers like theirs do (just read their ingredients). 

Our liquid jojoba soap is super good.  It takes me a long time to make due to the fact that it is a liquid soap made the old fashioned way by hand. It takes me four times as much time to make as my bar soaps!

My soap only contains Pure Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, Lye*, and Glycerin. It is also PH balanced to be extra good for your skin, hair, and beard. I promise you that it will be the best Liquid Jojoba Oil Hand Soap you will ever use. 

Now you may ask why my Liquid Jojoba Oil Hand Soap is great for your skin, hair and beard. Did you know that Jojoba Oil most closely resembles natural skin oils? That is what makes it one of the best all natural conditioners for your hair, beard, and skin.

Get some Old Whippersnapper's Liquid Jojoba Oil Hand Soap today by clicking “Add To Cart”. I appreciate your patronage.

Each Liquid Jojoba Hand Soap is 8 fluid ounces and comes in a hand pump bottle.

(This is a concentrated soap.  Please use sparingly.  The soap may appear more liquidy than commerical liquid soaps and may settle or separate a bit due to the fact that it contains no artificial thickeners or emulsifiers.  Shake well periodically to mix if such occurs.)

*Full list of ingredients: Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Glycerine, Filtered Water, Sodium Chloride, and Lye (used for saponification to create the soap; final product contains no lye).