All of our soap is handcrafted in small batches, making each bar unique in appearance. Colors and designs may vary from bar to bar. Our bars are cut so that each one is 4 to 4.5 oz.
Below is the list of ingredients that can be found in our bars along with why we use them.
Tallow is known for being hypoallergenic and gentle on the skin. It produces a foamy and creamy lather that cleanses well. It is rich in vitamins A, D, E, and K, which nourish and protect the skin from damage and aging.
Goat milk is rich in vitamins A, B, C, D, and E. Goat milk soap may contain amino acids and lipids that support and repair the skin barrier function. It has a higher fat content than cow’s milk and can provide skin with a lipid boost. It makes a creamy moisturizing bar of soap that is gentle yet effective at cleaning and brightening skin.
Olive oil has a fantastic moisturizing effect due to its fatty acid content. Olive Oil contains antioxidants, beta carotene, vitamin E and vitamin A.
Coconut oil is highly cleansing. It produces a light fluffy lather, promoting healthy skin with it's antioxidants and vitamin E.
Castor Oil promotes the production of elastin and collagen. It has suggested antimicrobial properties and produces a creamy lather. It is known to be rich in fatty acids which moisturize and nourish skin.
In order to create our soaps in the most natural way possible, without detergents and harsh chemicals, our soaps are cold processed and go through saponification. Lye, or Sodium Hydroxide, is a necessary ingredient in this process.
Lye mixed with the fats and oils we use have a chemical reaction with the end result being soap!
Activated charcoal is a gentle exfoliant. It removes dirt and impurities from pores.
Coffee is packed with antioxidants and has been credited with making the skin look healthier and brighter. It is also an excellent exfoliant and a rich source of vitamin b3.
Hemp seed oil is used in soap for its moisturizing and nourishing properties. It contains omega - 3 and omega - 6 fatty acids which can help maintain moisture and promote overall skin health. In soap, this leads to cleansing without overly drying the skin.
Cocoa powder is a natural way to add color to soaps. It also is antioxidant rich and provides a gentle exfoliating.