Me, too. I think we all do. What kind of soapers would we be if we didn't have a shower over run with testers, right? But I doubt many (any?) of us lather up twice in one shower for the OP's stated reason. Maybe test one bar on this leg and compare it to another bar on the other leg, yes, but to first clean and then "moisturize"? I doubt it. I usually use a different bar each day because I'm always testing.Not to get too off topic... I DO have multiple bars of soap in my shower but that's cause I'm always testing what I've made. :mrgreen:
I've scaled down quite a bit from my early days of soaping- I only keep 5 bars in my shower nowadays compared to the whopping 20-something I used to keep in there- which makes my hubby very happy. LOL I test them out on different parts of me, but only one pass per shower.
Apparently not big enough, which is why my hubby is so happy I've narrowed it down to 5!20 something??!!! How big is YOUR shower??
No, for the aforementioned reasons. But also the curing time for those two soaps is so very different. Anyway, with a good recipe and a good cure time, one bar will do it all.Hi,
Do you think it is a good idea to use two soap in one shower like:
100% Coconut oil to make the skin super clean,
then use 100% olive oil to retain the moisture ?
I just don't understand how anyone can have dry bars of soap in their showers when the shower is running. But then, how our showers are set up could be the reason. Nothing in my shower is dry when the shower is running. Besides the fact that I like very hot showers, so lots of steam during the shower. And I do not have an exhaust fan over the shower; that happens to be way over in another part of the room, which might be another reason for everything in the shower getting wet. Plus our shower head is rather high above my head because that was a deal-breaker for my husband when we were house hunting (not being high over my head, but being high enough for his head). But even when I point the shower head toward the wall, my husband's bar of soap gets wet and it's on the far side of the shower. If I forget my bar of soap and leave it on the soap shelf in the shower stall (two little seats and two little soap shelves are built into the shower surround), it always gets wet. From water bouncing off Hubby's head? Or just the fact that there's a lot of water running during the shower?I bought one of those suction cup item holders from Walmart. Works well to hold soap, and it is high enough to stay dry.