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Spotlighting our base Ingredients

We take great care in choosing the ingredients that we use when making our soaps. Thats why we only use those that improve the quality of the soap, are not tested on animals in any way and are provided to us from companies who share our ethos regarding our planet.

Shea Butter

Shea Butter is a prized ingredient in our soap-making, providing numerous benefits. Derived from the seeds of the Karite tree, it lends moisturizing properties to soap bars, leaving the skin feeling soft and hydrated. Though it doesn't contribute much lather when used alone, it adds hardness to the finished soap. Rich in vitamins A and E, Shea Butter promotes skin nourishment and healing, making it suitable for sensitive or dry skin. Its natural origin also appeals to vegetarians and vegans. In soap recipes, Shea Butter is used in moderate amounts due to its potency, ensuring users experience its remarkable skin conditioning effects.

shea butter used in handmade soap

Hemp Seed Oil

Hemp seed oil in soap offers valuable benefits. Extracted from hemp seeds, it is rich in essential fatty acids, including omega-3 and omega-6, which help moisturize and nourish the skin. The oil's natural emollient properties make it ideal for dry or sensitive skin, promoting hydration and soothing irritation. Additionally, hemp seed oil can add a luxurious feel to soap, leaving the skin soft and smooth. Its versatility in soap-making makes it a sought-after ingredient for those seeking natural and beneficial skincare options.

hemp seed oil in soap

Olive Oil

Olive oil in soap is a timeless and cherished ingredient. Pressed from olives, it delivers superb moisturizing and nourishing qualities to the skin. With high levels of antioxidants and vitamin E, it helps combat free radicals and promotes a youthful appearance. Olive oil creates a creamy lather while gently cleansing, making it suitable for sensitive and delicate skin. Its versatility and mildness make it a favorite among soap-makers, producing soap bars that leave the skin feeling supple and refreshed.

olive oil used in soap

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil in soap is a popular choice for its exceptional cleansing and moisturizing properties. Extracted from coconuts, it creates a rich lather that effectively removes dirt and impurities. High in lauric acid, it provides antimicrobial benefits, making it suitable for acne-prone skin. Its emollient nature locks in moisture, leaving the skin feeling soft and hydrated. Coconut oil contributes to the firmness and longevity of soap bars, ensuring a delightful bathing experience. Its versatility and pleasant tropical scent make it a beloved ingredient in soap-making for its ability to promote clean, nourished, and refreshed skin.

coconut oil used in soap

Rice Bran Oil

Rice bran oil in soap offers exceptional skin-nourishing properties. Derived from rice bran, it is rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and natural emollients that help moisturize and protect the skin. Its gentle nature makes it suitable for sensitive and mature skin types. Rice bran oil contributes to a creamy lather, while its mild cleansing action effectively removes impurities. Its abundance of nutrients makes it an ideal choice for promoting healthy, radiant skin. In soap-making, rice bran oil enhances the overall quality, leaving the skin feeling soft, supple, and pampered.

rice bran oil used in soap

(RSPO) Palm Oil

RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) palm oil in soap is sourced from environmentally and socially responsible practices. It is derived from palm fruits through sustainable methods, ensuring the preservation of biodiversity and protection of wildlife habitats. RSPO palm oil provides excellent lathering and cleansing properties in soap-making, while its sustainable certification guarantees its ethical origin. By choosing RSPO palm oil, soap-makers contribute to promoting sustainable agriculture and supporting local communities. Its inclusion in soap formulations assures customers of a conscientious product that maintains high-quality cleansing and conditioning benefits while aligning with eco-friendly values.

RSPO in soap


Using clay in soap adds a natural touch to skincare routines. Different clays, like kaolin, bentonite, or French green clay, offer unique benefits. They gently exfoliate, absorb excess oil, and detoxify the skin, making them suitable for oily or acne-prone skin. Clays also impart a silky texture to soap bars, enhancing the cleansing experience. Their mineral-rich composition promotes skin revitalization and rejuvenation. Clay-infused soap gently purifies and balances the skin, leaving it feeling refreshed and radiant. Their natural, earthy colors add visual appeal, making clay a popular and effective ingredient in creating cleansing and nourishing soap products.

clays in soap

castor Oil

Using castor oil in soap brings valuable benefits to skincare. Derived from the castor bean, this oil contributes to a rich, creamy lather, enhancing the soap's cleansing power. It acts as a humectant, attracting moisture to the skin, making it suitable for dry or sensitive skin types. Castor oil adds conditioning properties to soap, leaving the skin feeling soft and hydrated. It also boosts the soap's stability and longevity, preventing it from becoming too soft too quickly. The addition of castor oil makes soap an excellent choice for those seeking a nourishing, lathering, and moisturizing bathing experience.

castor oil used in soap
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