Warhorse: Persnickety Soap Science

 My home kitchen is where I often experiment with newly foraged ingredients --today my stove is a collection of local farmer grown, seedy, sweet grass smelling sunflower and canola oils, steel pots, pH meters, infra red temp gun. My husband was quite dismayed there wasn't something edible on the stove, other than a new version of  a gold soap.  Seriously, we test taste our soap to see if it's "done."

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I love exploring, just like many of our fellow Warhorses. I've got a new customer who LOVES the Body Wash and is packing it in her suitcase next week for her archeological dig in Jerusalem. I'm so jealous because being an archeologist is one of my bucket list dreams--inspired by Raiders of the Lost Arc.  Happy Diggin' Christine!

Here at Warhorse, we're sort of archeologists too--foraging and searching for a new local ingredient or source of raw materials that can make something awesome--effective and kind products that perform in an unusual way. Warhorse just got shout out by Cloverfield Vet staff--How does your Warhorse Multi Purpose Cleaning Soap make our own skin feel so soft and moisturized too after we mop our dried out hard wood floors, clean our  walls and kennels? We hear this often. From men too!

We love it when a group of men washing fire trucks, their turnout gear, and their firehouse floors and kitchen say their hands feel soft after all that cleaning. It's pretty exciting to see a bunch of guys getting all hyped up about our cleaning solution. Our Warhorse Multi Purpose dark stuff is indeed naturally aggressive and fiercely kind.  

If you want more info about skin and fatty acids, visit the link above. Gets into intense skin science.

If you want more info about skin and fatty acids, visit the link above. Gets into intense skin science.