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#111

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Idaho Falls, Idaho
(03-29-2018, 09:51 PM)ezlovan Wrote:
(03-27-2018, 03:11 AM)Lipripper660 Wrote: [Image: dvRVW6i.jpg]
Awesomeness

One of the first soaps I ever made and still my favorite bath soap. Sheeps make wonderful soaps.

Well Rod, this is sure a fav of mine!
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#112
I use Stirling bath soaps. Currently working through a bar of Christmas Eve. What a wonderful scent. Next order will have to have a bar of the Scots Pine Sheep.
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#113

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I unwrapped a bar of Stirling Bay Rum bath soap a few days ago. Happy2
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#114
I received this late last week.
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I started with the seaweed. Not a particularly nice scent IMO.
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#115
I have some skin issue,especially in the summer months. I get these itches very often, mostly when out of the shower or sea. I suspect my skin is feally dry and it reacts like that when there is humidity? I don'tknow actually. I tried many expensive shampoos, oils etc etc.
Nothing really works but i found that Aleppo bar soap helps calm my skin a bit. But aleppo stinks. So i was wondering about Stirling soaps since i really love their scents in shaving soaps. Can someone say are they good for the skin, are they drying.
..in short, how are they performance wise?
I could use some other soap, offered at maggard or topofthechain.

Thanks

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#116

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Philadelphia, PA
(04-27-2018, 10:22 AM)pimple8 Wrote: I have some skin issue,especially in the summer months. I get these itches very often, mostly when out of the shower or sea. I suspect my skin is feally dry and it reacts like that when there is humidity? I don'tknow actually. I tried many expensive shampoos, oils etc etc.
Nothing really works but i found that Aleppo bar soap helps calm my skin a bit. But aleppo stinks. So i was wondering about Stirling soaps since i really love their scents in shaving soaps. Can someone say  are they good for the skin, are they drying.
..in short, how are they performance wise?
I could use some other soap, offered at maggard or topofthechain.

Thanks

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try some soap made with goats milk. I'm not sure where you live but here in Northeastern USA, it gets cold and very dry in the fall/winter months. When I use traditional vegetable/tallow soaps, my skin can get very dry and flaky. Over the past few months, I've only been using bath soap that is made with goat milk and my skin is MUCH better.

I know Bend Soap makes all of their soap with goat milk: https://www.bendsoap.com/
Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
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#117

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San Diego, Cal., USA
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The quality of Stirling bath soaps is superb but it is the scent of the Almond Creme that I enjoy so much.
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#118

Member
Idaho Falls, Idaho
(04-27-2018, 10:22 AM)pimple8 Wrote: I have some skin issue,especially in the summer months. I get these itches very often, mostly when out of the shower or sea. I suspect my skin is feally dry and it reacts like that when there is humidity? I don'tknow actually. I tried many expensive shampoos, oils etc etc.
Nothing really works but i found that Aleppo bar soap helps calm my skin a bit. But aleppo stinks. So i was wondering about Stirling soaps since i really love their scents in shaving soaps. Can someone say  are they good for the skin, are they drying.
..in short, how are they performance wise?
I could use some other soap, offered at maggard or topofthechain.

Thanks

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I can't answer your question as I have pretty bomb proof skin but Stirling does sell bath soap samples.
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#119

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San Diego, Cal., USA
(05-01-2018, 02:54 AM)Lipripper660 Wrote:
(04-27-2018, 10:22 AM)pimple8 Wrote: I have some skin issue,especially in the summer months. I get these itches very often, mostly when out of the shower or sea. I suspect my skin is feally dry and it reacts like that when there is humidity? I don'tknow actually. I tried many expensive shampoos, oils etc etc.
Nothing really works but i found that Aleppo bar soap helps calm my skin a bit. But aleppo stinks. So i was wondering about Stirling soaps since i really love their scents in shaving soaps. Can someone say  are they good for the skin, are they drying.
..in short, how are they performance wise?
I could use some other soap, offered at maggard or topofthechain.

Thanks

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I can't answer your question as I have pretty bomb proof skin but Stirling does sell bath soap samples.

Like Lipripper660, I usually don’t have too much trouble with most bath soaps but I really like Stirling’s and have been using them almost exclusively.  The next time you put in an order to Stirling, why not take Lipripper660’s suggestion and order a sample.  Out of pocket expense won’t be great and, really, only you can know whether or not it will worrk for your specific skin condition.  Good luck to you in finding a product that works. Happy2
#120
Opened a new Stirling soap this morning...Cucumber Melon
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