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Did you know that black pepper oil or essential oil with its warming spiciness might be able to aid in healing bruises?  Not only that, it may well assist in boosting circulation, helping your sore muscles and joints to feel better because of its warming action.

The scent of black pepper enhances alertness.

For our Floral Black Pepper soap,  we made them with purple cabbage water (a result of blanching the cabbage for our meals, I have saved the gorgeous purple water for this soap making recipe!).  With this water, I have grounded black pepper into it and let it infuse in that warm bath!  To add potency, we also added Young Living's Black Pepper essential oil to the mixture.

Characteristics: Saponified oils of sustainable Palm, Coconut, Shea Butter, Rice Bran, Olive Pomace, Neem Seed and Castor. Himalayan Rock Salt, Kaolin clay, Purple Cabbage water, Cow milk, Honey, Calendula oil for sensitive skin, and skin caring essential oil blend of Plant Therapy Relax, with Peru Balsam, and Young Living Black Pepper.

PT Relax is a blend of Lavender, Marjoram, Patchouli, Mandarin, Geranium Bourbon, and Roman Chamomile.

Batch Fully Cured: 22 July 2020

 What can Black Pepper do for your skin?

Exfoliates The Skin
Black pepper can be used as a scrub to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin cells. This makes your skin smoother.  A facial routine incorporating black pepper will help remove toxins from your skin, leaving it soft and radiant. 

Promotes blood circulation
Black pepper also helps promote blood circulation and provides more oxygen and nutrients to your skin. Its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties help prevent acne.  Besides this, regular use of black pepper oil may also help to improve the appearance of the dreaded cellulite.   

Revitalise scalp and hair
A quick mask or adding black pepper oil to your shampoo will revitalise your hair, making it shiny, lustrous, and soft.