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17 Aug

Welcome to the new website!

Posted by Brenda Hindson in Creature Comfort Gel, newly impressed

 This is my first post on this site, I am excited and hope we all have a good experience here. I am very much looking forward to a more interactive website and welcome your comments and thoughts.

I must say that I am newly impressed with my Creature Comforts Gel. Yesterday in the car I was bitten/stung by something, never did find it, and in the five minutes it took me to get home the bite site was red and swollen and spreading and oh sooo painful. Really isn't it amazing that something small enough to be missed entirely can cause such grief? Once home I applied a layer of gel to the bite and surrounding area, reapplying about every hour until bedtime. (That was a total of three times.) When I went to bed the site was still red but no longer swollen. When I awoke I could hardly even find the site. Now that's goooood stuff!


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Posted by Sammie on August 21, 2016

Thanks for your comment, Jennifer. Quite right, baking soda does have a high pH, so it should not be used on it’s own, but in a bath with plenty of water or as a minor ingredient in bath salts it actually is soothing. A case of less being more, perhaps?

Posted by Brenda on May 28, 2013

Brenda, With a highly alkaline pH of close to 9, baking soda is a skin irritant and hardly “soothing”. You actually want to avoid using it straight on the skin. It’s not a problem in bath bombs/salts but I wouldn’t advise people about how soothing it is unless you want to look like you really don’t know what you’re talking about. Good luck with the venture.

Baking Soda Sodium bicarbonate
used in bath Salts, baking soda soothes the skin.

Posted by Jennifer on May 27, 2013

Nice website :) could use some more visuals though. You know what you should do? You should get a Facebook page.

Posted by Mikyla on September 14, 2012

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