Why Beer in soap?

A lot of folks look shocked when I tell them Laverne’s Lather has beer in it.  Then they immediately want to know why?  Well here’s a concise list of reasons for the beer craze in soaps!


• Hops are high in antioxidants which are thought to

combat the aging process for skin.

• Beer has moisturizing properties thought to be hydrating

to the skin.

• A secret to the style industry, beer can be used as a

conditioner for dry and unmanageable hair to moisturize

and add volume.

• Beer contains vitamin B which is thought to moisturize

and soften the skin.

• Beer has anti-bacterial properties that are thought to

help in preventing acne.

• Dry and oily skin may benefit from the balancing effects

of beer. The natural pH of your skin may be stabilized

 after washing with beer products.


• Alcohol is a powerful astringent, beer can help clean

 out your pores as well as minimize them.


 Check out Laverne for the best in beer soaps!




About soapsnstilettos

I started on this adventure in soap making as a way to become involved in my daughter's life. She had started her little goat farm and I had found goats milk soap on a trip I went on with my best friend Michele. I thought, "Hey! I've got goats, they've got milk, I could do this!" Well it wasn't exactly that easy but now I'm addicted! I formulate all of my soaps with my friends and family in mind and once you get a bar of my soap you are instantly my friend! Come follow all the craziness in my life and learn about my soaps too!
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5 Responses to Why Beer in soap?

  1. Beer is better medicine than most people think! I love you use beer in your soaps, do you homebrew it? Or do you prefer a specific brand?

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