- Jun 19, 2014
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I use lard, tallow and emu, but seal oil would make me feel very guilty and bad! I guess it's years of commercials protesting baby seal clubbing?I know this is a bit controversial but I am grossed out by the thought of using lard or tallow in soap. And I about fell off my seat when folks were discussing using seal oil. I'm not vegetarian (I eat fish and occasionally chicken) but this turns me off (as does Emu oil in lotions).
I agree, shea moisture is very good. There only product I would not mess with is the room-temperature wax (it was not what I was expecting). :sad: It did smell good though.You got to be kidding me. This is why I can't stand the news. They will rave about things that are full of crap and spit on good natural products. As to the soap in the pic, Shea Moisture is a popular product sold almost everywhere now. I'm sure they have paid for the proper testing to make medical claims. I personally love there products.
They don't clean it. It's synthetically produced. I was just saying there might be a company or a few which do use animal urea. I won't say it's an impossibility but the bulk of it is synthetic.@Hazel: I know they can clean it, but urea is a no go much like the snail slime (I'd rather just eat pearls and oxtail for a collagen boost). To each their own...