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Athlete's Bar

Minimum Quantity 3

4.5 ounces

Each individually wrapped soap comes with a custom aromatherapy insert detailing the therapeutic benefits of every ingredient.

Ultra moisturizing sammysoaps are richly conditioning and skin softening. Soaps are small batch, vegan, and made by hand without fragrances or synthetic ingredients in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Eleven times the power of so much noisy competition, purpose thunders in this carefully crafted blend of spice, grass and herb, with ingredients known to be antibacterial, anti-fungal and deodorizing. This clear-skin favorite speaks volumes about its fans—people who value grit in a person, not on a person—the believers, doers, enthusiasts and fitness junkies among us. This soap is also rich in natural insecticidal properties. Mosquitos hate the scent of fresh Indian neem; yet neem is magic medicine to the human body! Athlete's Bar lathers luxuriously as the formula sinks deep into skin, delivering therapeutic benefits that nourish and revitalize. Seaweed and Moroccan tan clay pull toxins from the body. The results are supple, glowing complexions and clear, toned skin. Staff favorite.

Saponified food grade oils of rice Oryza sativa, palm Elaesis guineensis, soy Glycine max and castor bean Ricinus communes, with oat Avena sativa Canada, essential oil of citronella Cymbopogon winterianus Nepa, neem oil Azadica indica India, essential oil of peppermint Mentha piperita India, essential oil of lemongrass Cymbopogon flexuosus Phillippines, Moroccan tan clay, essential oil of lemon eucalyptus Eucalptus citiodora Madagascar, essential oil of patchouli Pogostemon cablin Indonesia, essential oil of thyme Thymus satureioides Morocco, essential oil of basil Ocimum basilicum L. India, and seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum.

Neem Oil

  • Used for thousands of years as a medicinal plant
  • Called "Queen of the Skin," "A Tree for Solving Global Problems" and "The Village Pharmacy" for its ability to support so many organs and organ systems of the body
  • Rich in liminoids, compounds, vitamin E; benefits acne, eczema, psoriasis, chicken pox, burns and wrinkles
  • Supports the outer skin by supporting the inner skin—the skin lining of the intestinal wall, allowing healthy proliferation of good gut microbes; benefits digestion, intestinal environments and intestinal flora
  • Benefits said to contribute to the health of white blood cells, which have a healing, protective function in support of a healthy lymph system, and where researchers believe 80% of the body’s immune system works
  • Antibacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, cooling and anti-parasitic
  • A natural insect repellant used extensively in animal care and as an herbal, organic agricultural spray; called the "wonder spray" of organic gardeners; nontoxic to humans and rarely harmful to beneficial insects

    Moroccan Tan Clay

    • Healing clays have been used for thousands of years to treat all kinds of health issues, from indigestion to insect bites
    • Comprised mostly of negative ions that work like magnets, bonding to toxins and heavy metals made of positive ions, then aiding elimination from the body
    • Traditionally used in shaving, skin and hair products; benefits scalp, skin pH balance, clean pores, and tones
    • Commonly used as an anti-itch cream and natural deodorant for sensitive skin; benefits bruises, bee stings, bug bites, burns, cuts, and scrapes
    • Historically used in treatment of headache, allergic reactions, fatigue, sinus infection, stomach ache, indigestion, acid reflux, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, digestive distress, poisoning, and other ailments related to toxin buildup in the body’s organs
    • Used in toothpaste for benefits related to "pulling" and the re-mineralization of teeth

    Oat

    • Soothes, softens, and acts as a natural, deep-penetrating moisturizer
    • Properties known to restore skin’s normal pH, includes natural antihistamines
    • Used to maintain skin’s moisture barrier, prevent and protect dry skin; benefits skin irritations, like itching

      Seaweed

      • Rich in vitamins, proteins, minerals, and fatty acids that moisturize, soothe, and smooth skin
      • Properties known to benefit elasticity, acne, inflammation, impurities, toxins, and cellulite
      • Rich in iodine; benefits iodine deficiency, and hair growth

        Essential Oil of Patchouli

        • Properties known to benefit growth of new cells, inflammation, cuts, wounds, scars, oily hair and skin, sexual problems, including impotency, loss of libido, erectile dysfunctions, frigidity, and sexual anxiety
        • Known diuretic, astringent, natural deodorant, fungicide, insecticide, aphrodisiac, antidepressant, and sedative
        • Distinctive earthy, spicy, musky aroma popular in cologne and aromatherapy

          Essential Oil of Citronella

          • Known skin tonic, astringent, natural deodorant, insecticide, diuretic, and stimulant
          • Antibacterial, analgesic, anti-fungal, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and diaphoretic
          • Widely known insect repellant

            Essential Oil of Lemongrass

            • Known skin tonic, toner, insect repellant, sedative, vasodilator, and anti-inflammatory
            • Traditionally used in the treatment of acne, scabies, athlete's foot, cellulite, perspiration, headache, nervous exhaustion, stress-related conditions, fever, and muscle pain
            • Promotes digestion, circulation, and thyroid gland function
            • Thought to enhance psychic awareness

            Essential Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus

            • Recommended by the Centers for Disease Control for protection against mosquitoes that may carry the West Nile Virus; one of the most effective plant-based insect repellents known to repel mosquitoes, biting flies, and deer ticks
            • Antiseptic; used to kill fungus and nail fungus; benefits muscle spasms, osteoarthritis, and joint pain
            • Commonly used ingredient in products like cough lozenges, ointments, chest rubs, and inhalants for relief of cold and flu symptoms

              Essential Oil of Peppermint

              • Peppermint is a hybrid plant—a cross between spearmint and watermint
              • Used in Egypt thousands of years ago as a digestive aid; commonly used for stomach problems, and flatulence
              • Analgesic, antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial, astringent, antispasmodic; known vasoconstrictor, expectorant, stimulant, and sedative
              • Traditionally used to soothe and cool skin irritations
              • Air freshener
              • Natural insecticide

                Essential Oil of Thyme

                • Recorded in one of the oldest Egyptian medical texts circa 1550 BC
                • Used traditionally as a natural skin conditioner, benefits aged skin, oily skin, breakouts, and scars
                • Natural antibiotic; benefits respiratory problems like colds, gout, arthritis, wounds, bites, sores, athlete’s foot, menstrual problems, nausea, water retention, fatigue, hangovers, and hair loss
                • Contains properties that naturally repel insects and parasites like mosquitoes, fleas, lice, and moths
                • Benefits mind, memory, concentration, and nerves; thought to work against depression

                  Essential Oil of Basil

                  • In Greek, basil means "royal remedy" or "king"
                  • In the 16th century, powdered basil was used to treat migraines and chest infections
                  • Ancient Egyptians believed basil opened the gates of heaven; the Eastern Orthodox Church used basil in the making of holy water; and Hindus use basil sprigs in death and dying ceremonies
                  • Benefits include compassion, faith, and clarity
                  • Commonly used to soothe, uplift, repel insects, battle fatigue, anxiety, depression, colds, flu, hay fever, asthma, bronchitis, muscle aches, insect bites, and stings

                  Base Oils

                  • Our food-grade vegetable base oils were chosen for therapeutic value and characteristics indispensable in the highest quality bar soap. The oils are all excellent skin conditioners. Learn more at Skincare Ingredients & Benefits, www.sammysoap.com

                  All information contained within this site is for reference purposes only and not intended to substitute for the advice given by a pharmacist, physician, or other licensed health-care professional. sammysoap products are for external use only, and as such, effects of ingredients vary. sammysoap products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any health condition or disease. For more information before using any essential oil product, read our Essential Oil Safety page located in the footer section of our website's homepage, www.sammysoap.com Contraindications are also listed in Essential Oil Safety. Even pure, natural ingredients cause some individuals to develop an allergic reaction. As with any product, discontinue use if you experience discomfort or other indications that the product may not be appropriate for your individual body chemistry.





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