We are very particular about our ingredients and have spent a lot of time perfecting our recipes to provide, what we believe,
the best, all natural, bar soap available.
Here are some of the ingredients we use:
Sweet Almond Oil contains vitamins A and E, linoleic acid and oleic acid (a moisturizing fatty acid). It creates a stable medium lather which is great for those with sensitive skin and is a great moisturizing oil.
High in antioxidants and vitamins A and E, this oil is great for aging skin. It moisturizes and conditions while creating a nice rich lather.
Hight in vitamins A, B, D, and E. This oil also contains oleic and palmitoleic acids. Avacado Oil creates a creamy lather and is considered a healing and moisturizing oil for dry and mature skin.
High vitamin E, phytosterols, and other antioxidants. Babassu Oil creates a high lather and is very cleansing, while remaining gentle on your skin.
Beeswax is used to create a hard, long lasting bar. Beeswax also naturally moisturizes the skin. It's good for dry or itchy skin and is great for those with sensitive skin.
Castor oil creates a rich creamy lather. Around 90% ricinoleic acid, which is used to treat skin rashes and infections. This moisturizing oil is great when used in conjuction with honey.
High in vitamin E and other antioxidants, cocoa butter helps to hold moisture to your skin. This ingredient makes for a hard bar and creates a nice stable lather. It's an excellent moisturizer and is very conditioning.
Coconut oil creates a hard, cleansing soap bar. It's high lather and high bubbles make it a staple of most soaps.
High in vitamins A and E Hemp Seed Oil is highly conditioning for your skin. It's good for all skin types and may have benefits when it comes to acne and other skin conditions like eczema. Hemp Seed Oil's fatty profile mimics that of human skin and has shown some benefits in the area of anti-aging as it slows down oxidation caused by free radicals.
High in vitamins A and C as well as antioxidants. Mango butter is great for those with dry skin. It's highly moisturizing and creates a hard bar with a creamy lather.
High in antioxidants like vitamin E and polyphenols, this oil very conditioning while being gentle on the skin.
A creamy soft butter that makes soap silky to the touch. Shea Butter is high in vitamins A and E. It is also high in fatty acids and minerals. Which make for a highly nourishing soap.
Traditionally the #1 ingredient for soap making. Tallow is conditioning and cleansing. It makes a fantastic, long lasting, hard bar of soap.
Exfoliants like Icelandic Black Sand and Himalayan sea salt are a great way to remove dead skin. Exfoliants help to maintain smooth skin. And if you use a moisturizer, this will allow it to easily absorb into your skin.
We know this is a list of ingredients we use, but we want to take the time to list an ingredient we never use. And that ingredient is Palm Oil.
We know that many of our fellow soap, and cosmetics, makers use Palm Oil in their products because it is a cheap and affective ingredient. But, we will never use it.