QEDman Aloe Vera Bath Bars
I created QED man aloe vera bath bars simply because I could not find a gentle body cleanser.
My QED man bath bars do NOT contain detergents, surfactants, sulfates, alcohol solutions, sugar solutions, coloring, or synthetic
fragrance. They are hypo-allergenic, biodegradable, non-comedogenic, and are neither made from, nor tested on, animals. The very
simple and gentle formulation is based on moisturizing Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Soybean Protein, Vegetable Glycerin, all on
a foundation of at least 5% Aloe Vera.
QEDman bath bars are not miracle soaps designed to “cure” various skin conditions. There are no such soaps. In my opinion, you should
expect no more from a good body soap then for it to gently cleanse without leaving any residue when rinsed.
Apollo: Project Apollo was a series of human spaceflight missions undertaken by the U.S. devoted to the goal of landing a man on the
moon and returning him safely to earth. This goal was achieved with the Apollo 11 mission when on July 20, 1969, the lunar module
'Eagle' touched down in the Sea of Tranquility, thus marking one of the most dramatic and inspiring moments in human history ... the first
"step for mankind" onto the moon. Take that giant step with Apollo bath bar, its stellar combination of Bergamot, Lavender, and Sweet
Orange produce a scent that's out of this world.
Bathtub Gin: The 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution started National Prohibition, and thus gave birth to bootleggers,
speakeasies, and bathtub gin (an illegal potent booze mixed in a bathtub). The piney bouquet and flavor of gin is derived from Juniper
berries, and thus, along with a twist of Lime and Lemon, is the main ingredient in Bathtub Gin bath bar.
Casablanca: Over half a century after the initial release of Casablanca, nearly every American can quote lines of the film's sparkling
dialogue. The screen chemistry between the romantic leads, the international flavor of the mostly European-born cast, the
sets/lighting/camera angles, and the crisp writing, produced America's most loved film. The fragrance of Casablanca bath bar is
composed of diverse and exotic essential oils, including: Bergamot, Frankincense, and Clary Sage. This may be the beginning of a
Chocolate Bar (a bit of decadence): Chocolate is America's favorite flavor. Our first chocolate factory was established in 1765.
Chocolate is so recognized for its nourishment and group spirit it has been taken into space as part of the diet of U.S. astronauts.
Chocolate Bar bath bar obtains its delicious scent and natural dark brown color from cocoa essential oil. Cocoa soothes and nourishes
the skin, and, because of its caffeine, stimulates circulation which equals a healthy glow.
Ellis: From 1892 to 1954, over 12 million immigrants entered the United States through the portal of Ellis Island, in New York Harbor.
Ellis bath bar, with its intriguing and excitingly different blend of Rose Geranium, Bergamot, Lavender, and Juniper, may serve as your
Gateway to a New World of fragrance bliss.
Ivy League: The Ivy League, also know as the Ancient Eight, are among the oldest and most prestigious colleges and universities in the
United States. Ivy League bath bar is a smart, rich, sophisticated blend of Rosewood, Clary Sage, and Tangerine.
Jazz: An original American musical art form, Jazz began around the early 1920s in New Orleans, and is marked by the profound cultural
contributions of African Americans. Jazz bath bar contains warm, sweet, sensual notes of Clove, Nutmeg, and Sweet Orange.
Lindy: Charles Lindbergh, "The Lone Eagle", was a pioneering United States aviator famous for piloting the first solo non-stop flight
across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927. And so we have made our Lindy bath bar a spirited, uplifting, dashing combination of Orange,
Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, Tangerine, and Blue Tansy (added for both its intriguing fruitiness and its natural "wild blue yonder" color).
Lucky Sloop: On December 3rd, 1775, the sloop Providence was the first ship commissioned into the "Fleet of the United Colonies", and
shortly thereafter became the first command of John Paul Jones. Her battle record earned her the nickname "Lucky Sloop". A salute to
this daring naval tradition is our Lucky Sloop bath bar with its daring combination of clove, ylang ylang, vetiver, palmrosa and spruce.
Ranger: An intriguing earthy scent of Vetiver, Sandalwood, and Lime, dedicated to the ultimate “ground-pounder” - the U.S. Army
Ranger. An extraordinary fragrance reserved for extraordinary men.
Rosie: Early in the 1940s, millions of American women answered the government's call to enter the work force and fill
traditionally male jobs to support those men who had gone off to serve in the military. In 1942, a popular song about a
patriotic female defense worker called Rosie the Riveter provided the name that became synonymous with this new kind of
American woman. Rosie preshave bar – with its true Rose essential oil, along with other essential oils – was formulated to
support your quest for the perfect shave. This soap works into an incredibly profuse and creamy lather that will certainly
soften the toughest beard. Also wonderful for daily face cleansing or as a bath bar. The scent is intoxicating.
West Point: Established in 1802, the United States Military Academy, also known as West Point, is not only our oldest military academy,
it is also the oldest continuously occupied military fort in the U.S. West Point bath bar is a well-disciplined combination of Fir, Cedarwood
and Lavender that produces a fresh, bracing scent.
The life of a vegetable glycerin soap with skin-friendly ingredients is typically less than a tripled-milled bar of harsh detergent. To extend
the life of a glycerin soap a bit, simply avoid allowing it to stand in water.
ALL bars are 5.2oz and priced at $5.95 … except Rosie, which is priced at $9.95 … remember, only natural Essential Oils are used to
scent these soaps.