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  • Although this is a pesticide-free product, (no DEET or pyrethrins), we recommend you consult with your child’s pediatrician for their approval.  Young children can be particularly sensitive to essential oils, especially if they have asthma, allergies or other respiratory conditions.
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  • No, it is formulated to deter gnats and mosquitos.
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  • Make sure the bar is a cool room-temperature. Remove the lid, then twist and pop the bar out of the container. You can also “slap” it face down on a firm surface to remove the bar.
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  • So glad you asked!  There’s a lot of confusion surrounding Expiration Dates and Best By dates.  For simplicity, expiration dates are generally best related to products that will a) spoil after the date passes (such as fresh food) or b) a drug that has active ingredients, whether prescription or OTC (over the counter) that will possibly lose its potency after a period of time.
  • Best By dates, on the other hand simply give a general indication of overall product performance expectations and, as in the case with lotions and/or creams, viscosity or thickness can decrease over time.  Just because a best by date has passed does not mean your product is no longer safe or fresh.  It’s just a suggestion, but do keep in mind that preservatives will deteriorate over time, so we don’t recommend that you keep products, especially those containing water lying around in your cabinet for years prior to use.
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  • Yes, it should be diluted with water before use.  Although the viscosity of this soap is thin, it is none the less, very concentrated and can easily be diluted up to 80% depending on what you plan to use it in/for.  Glycerin is an excellent additive, as it adds humectant properties, which is nice for the skin, but not required. Generally, for skin use, I’d say use up to 10% (1 oz of glycerine for every 10 oz of soap). You can use a ‘recycled’ former pump, the kind that dispenses fluffy foam and for that, you would use about a 50/50 mix of soap and warm, distilled water. I don’t recommend using tap water.  This product is not a solid bar soap. It is a liquid Castile soap that can be used in a variety of products. If you are familiar with Dr. Bronner’s brand of liquid soaps, the uses are very similar. This link may be helpful https://www.drbronner.com/all-one-blog/2017/06/dilutions-cheat-sheet-dr-bronners-pure-castile-soap/  
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  • It is a lightweight balm, not cream, so very little is needed.  It can be used as needed both morning and night and should be gently patted into areas around the eye that are prone to dryness and fine lines.  This area is particularly vulnerable as the skin around our eyes is very thin and lacking in oil glands.
  • This is our most popular product on Amazon and our website and for good reason.  The product is so concentrated that a small jar lasts a very long time and has the added bonus of being multifunctional.  It can be used to condition and groom eyebrows, can be applied to a chapped nose, if you have a cold, can sub as a lip balm and can be massaged into the cuticles for conditioning. It’s just a great little multitasker!
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