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Emily Liquid Soap Soother is the gentlest liquid soap you have ever tried. This organic certified, skin soothing soap contains Saponified Organic Coconut, Olive and Jojoba Oils, Organic Guar Gum Extract, Organic Aloe Vera, Rosemary Extract and is powered by 4 herbs. NO colors, fragrances or anything else added.

Use for all your soap needs from head to toe. Your skin will thank you.

Emily Liquid Soap Soother

  • Emily Skin Soothers products were developed by Mike Arsenault a Chinese Medicine Practitioner and father after the birth of his daughter Emily.  Emily was born in March 2006. She was perfect in every way, but on her cheeks, she would get raised red bumps. On occasion, there were severe flare-ups and it would affect her neck and chin. She also would get dry red spots on her limbs. Eventually, her pediatrician determined Emily had baby eczema. As a concerned dad and an experienced acupuncturist and herbalist, Mike didn't want to use steroids or anything harsh on his baby’s skin. So, he created these products with no other intention than of helping his baby. They are creations born of a father’s love.

    Mike uses only high-quality herbs that are sulfur and preservative free.

    Based on herbal formulas that were tried and true, and hundreds of years old.

    Emily's skin soother worked so well that Mike began to use them on his patients and colleagues. The feedback was so amazing (see testimonials). 

    Our patients and family and friends have told us that our Emily Baby and Adult Skin Soother has helped them with:

    • Dry-type Eczema
    • Flaking dry psoriasis
    • Cracked hands and cuticles
    • Dry cracked heels
    • Rosacea
    • Diaper rash

    All of these skin issues have overlapping qualities. They all are types of dryness and heat in the skin. "We do not claim to have a cure for eczema or psoriasis or anything else for that matter. But, we know from our daughter's and our patients’ experiences that in most cases we can help soothe and beautify skin affected by these issues." Mike Arsenault.

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