About Our Ingredients

We believe in transparency on our products and informing and educating customers about our products. Below you will find a list of our ingredients with brief descriptions about them. If you have any questions about our products please contact us.

Due to covid-19 availability for essential oils and other supplies is limited. This also means the price of some of the supplies have sky-rocketed. We are working hard to acquire quality supplies while keeping our costs down. Therefore, we have needed to replace some of the essential oils with fragrance oils until the essential oils become available again. Please follow us on Facebook for up-to-date information.
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Base Oils

These are the oils we use in all our products. They make up the foundation of the products and are the most important part of caring for your unique skin. Butters is a term commonly used for oils that are solid at room temperature. Butters have oils that are not completely broken down by the soap making process. Basically, we add butters to help moisturize and smooth your skin.

Olive Oil

Olea europaea L

Olive Oil is known for making the gentlest of soaps. Most oils need to be blended with other oils to make soap, but you can make 100% olive oil soap called Castile soap. Castile soap is widely used by people with sensitive skin, or skin allergies.

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Canola Oil

Brassica napus

Canola oil is something most people are familiar with for cooking, but did you know it is great for conditioning the skin.

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Cocoa Butter

Theobroma cacao

Cocoa Butter is like coconut oil in that it is often mistaken for a nut and few people are allergic to it. Cocoa is derived from cocoa beans that grown on the chocolate tree. It is known for its moisturizing properties and improving elasticity

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Coconut Oil

Cocos nucifera

Coconut oil has recently gained recognition for its benefits for your skin. Although coconut oil can be a little drying, it produces a nice fluffy lather in soaps and is a great cleanser. Contrary to popular belief, coconuts are not technically a nut. (Well, they are, but they aren’t.) Only around 2% of the world’s population is allergic to coconuts. The confusion stems from the FDA’s classification of coconuts as a seed, a fruit, AND a nut.  We chose to use coconut oil in our soaps because it is widely tolerated by people with allergies and we use non-GMO, organic coconut oil. If you have a topical nut allergy, please check with your doctor.

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Kokum Butter

Garcinia indica

Kokum Butter is a luxury oil derived from the seeds of the fruit bearing Kokum tree. Kokum butter is known for moisturizing without the greasy feeling. Some think it helps reduce wrinkles and inflammation.

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Mango Butter

Mangifera indica

Mango Butter as its name suggests is derived from mango seeds. It is known as a great conditioner for your skin.

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Shea Butter

Vitellaria paradoxa

Shea Butter has been popular for many years. It is derived from the shea nut and is known for conditioning skin and repairing damage. We use it in limited formulations because we want our products to be accessible to everyone.

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Shorea (Sal) Oil

Shorea Robusta

Shorea (Sal) Oil is derived from the seeds of the Shorea robusta tree native to India, which is naturally processed. It is a hard oil which helps in making a longer lasting bar and adds to the stability of the soap.

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