Collection: Ingredients


  • Saponified Oils - oils and butters are mixed with sodium hydroxide and a liquid (usually water).

  •  Avocado Oil is rich in vitamins A, D, & E as well as amino acids and protein. Wonderfully moisturizing and excellent for anyone with extremely sensitive skin. 

  • Castor Oil acts as a humectant by attracting and retaining moisture to the skin. Also contributes lots of bubbles to soap

  • Cocoa Butter contains a blend of healthy fatty acids and antioxidants. Ultra-Hydrating!

  • Coconut Oil is naturally antibacterial and antifungal and is also a great moisturizer!

  • Olive Oil moisturizes your skin and gives the bar softness.

  •  Palm Oil, Organic, Sustainable, is said to be rich in antioxidants such as vitamin A and its high concentrations of vitamin E protects skin cells, and also contributes to the firmness of the soap.

  • Rice Bran Oil is full of antioxidants, vitamins B, and E, and wonderful natural emollients, this ingredient not only hydrates skin but also protects.

  • Sweet Almond Oil is a mild, hypoallergenic oil that can be safely used even on baby skin. It softens and reconditions the skin. Rich in proteins and extremely nourishing, soothing dry skin and irritated areas.

  • Essential Oils are organic compounds extracted from plants with tremendous healing properties.

  • Fragrance Oils are a mixture composed of essential oils, synthetic aroma chemicals, and aromatic resins. All of our products we use are Paraben and Phthalate Free.

 

  • Coconut Milk soaps contain lots of fatty acids. The soap is formulated to deep cleanse the skin by removing all sorts of impurities (dirt, dust, dead cells, etc.) and that too while maintaining skin's natural hydration.

  • Natural Colorants create colors using plant-based dyes and clays from the earth.

  • Activated Charcoal adsorb toxins and remove skin impurities and oils on and below the skin. 

  • Beer Soap packs a big punch when it comes to moisturizing. Hops, an ingredient in beer, contains skin softening amino acids which can soothe irritated and inflamed skin. The brewer's yeast in beer acts as an antibacterial agent, great for combating acne.  

  • Lye is the chemical that induces saponification with fats and oils to create that magnificent thing called soap! The lye is used up in the saponification process.

 

 


 

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