Common Ingredients We Use
Coconut Oil- Cocos Nucifera
Coconut oil is a fantastic natural moisturizer for the skin and hair. It's rich in antioxidants, which help reduce inflammation on contact with bacteria or pollution particles! Coconut also has strong anti-inflammatory properties that can soothe chapped lips - but be aware it might clog your pores if left on the skin.
This product is used in most of our soaps as it increases the bubbles, and its main purpose is to be the cleaning part of the soap.
Glycerin is a powerful humectant that helps to hydrate and moisturize the hair, skin & nails by drawing moisture from water in your environment. It locks this vital liquid inside of our cells which makes it essential for any type or amount you want! Topical application can shrink large pores while also making us firm- not too mention Glycerins rejuvenating ability will reduce wrinkles on those older faces
Lye- Sodium Hydroxide or Potassium Hydroxide
Without lye there is no soap so you can see that it is the critical ingredient in soap-making process; it react with oils during saponification to create solid bars of both our bar and hand soaps. While it may sound scary to use lye in any skin care products we design balanced recipes that after the chemical reaction leaves no lye leftovers. We add extra fats (or "super fat") which turns our soaps into our soft creamy beauties!
Olive Oil- Olea Europaea
Olive oil has been found to have a wide range of benefits for the skin, including anti-aging properties. It can be used in many ways from cleaning your pores and fighting oxidation all while being rich with antioxidants that fight against premature aging!
Shea Butter- Vitellaria Paradoxa
Shea butter is an excellent moisturizer that not only provides deep moisture to the skin, but also helps with elasticity. It contains essential fatty acids like linoleic and oleic which are known for their nourishing properties on your complexion! Shea Butter can be used by all types of people because it's safe even if you have sensitive or problematic patches - talk about a win/win situation here folks!
Coffee- Coffea Arabica
The antioxidants in coffee can help reduce the appearance of cellulite on your skin by dilating blood vessels and improving overall blood flow. Applying it directly to you're a rich source vitamin B3 which is good for soothing redness, dark circles & fine lines as well! The grounds are also an excellent exfoliator.
We love scents when it makes sense to have them. We only use fragrance that are skin safe and paraben, phthalate free so your senses can enjoy the complex aroma without any worry of irritation or harm done! These simple yet elegant combinations derived exclusively from sources such as essential oils, distillates, terpenes, absolutes, or other chemical compounds that have been isolated.
The best thing about goat milk is that it contains a variety of nutrients for your skin, including lactic acid and alpha hydroxy acids. It also has vitamin A which helps repair damage done to the complexion over time by fighting off wrinkles while maintaining moisture in their cells, so you'll have soft looking pores all day long! The Naturally antibacterial properties make this soap identical to our own skins PH level - meaning it won't dry out or strip away important natural bacteria and oils from within our bodies.
Sea Salt- Sodium Chloride
Sea salt can be an excellent disinfectant, since the old times Ancient Egyptians and Roman doctors have used it in ointments to heal cuts and scrapes. The variety of minerals present provides healing measures for people who have dry skin conditions as well; sea-salt is great at cleaning pores while balancing oil production or getting rid bacteria that cause breakouts!
Charcoal can effectively absorb these things by capturing them in its grainy texture; it provides a gentle exfoliation for your skin without being too rough or irritating like some other products.
Beer is great for your skin. Not only does it have antioxidants and nutrients, but beer also helps fight aging! All of this will keep you looking young with glowing smoothness that's ready to go out into the world as an asset rather than something holding back who we want ourselves or others be seen by
The yeast cultures in a bottle of craft brews can do wonders on dead cells so they don't clog up pores over time - leaving us feeling refreshed instead because our skins glistening from within due mainly thanks hop acids present during fermentation process which provide anti-inflammatory effect against surface blood vessels.
With its gentle cleansing properties, clay helps to remove excess oils from the skin's sebaceous glands. This leaves your face smoother and more moisturized than before! Different clays also bring unique minerals to the skin.
Oatmeal - Avena Sativa
Oatmeal is a natural soothing and moisturizing agent for skin. It can help soothe irritated or delicate areas, giving you relief from itchy bumps in the process!
Mango Butter- Mangifera Indica Seed Butter
Mango butter is a superfood for the skin. It's packed with vitamins A, E and C as well as various other minerals that help moisturize your complexion in need of some TLC!
Kokum Butter- Garcinia Indica Seed Butter
Kokum butter is much like cocoa but less pore clogging. It replenishes moisture in dry or sensitive skin and contains a significant amount vitamin E so it softens, conditions & moisturizes your whole body while also helping to soothe inflamed areas!
Tallow is an excellent natural moisturizer that's extremely compatible with the oil our skin produces. It actually shares similar biology, which helps to use tallow so effectively! This means it’s able help promote youthful looking cells and help acne prone skin. The natural antimicrobial properties in tallow make for an excellent prevention tool against pesky breakouts!
Castor Oil- Ricinus Communis
The benefits of castor oil are many, but it's most commonly known as a skin care essential. This versatile liquid can be used to carrier or condition your face while also providing emulsion stability and soothing irritated skins from common ailments such acne breakouts!
Honey is a natural beauty elixir that can be found in many of our products for its highly moisturizing, softening and cleansing properties on skin. It has been shown to provide protection from dryness by drawing moisture into the cells while also acting as an anti-inflammatory agent which helps prevent future damage due inflammation caused by stress or harsh chemicals like pollution particles!
Avocado Oil- Persea Gratissima
Avocado oil is rich in vitamins and minerals that can help repair the damage done by environmental factors such as pollution or harsh chemicals. This thick, golden liquid easily penetrates skin to provide deep nourishment while improving elasticity for a more youthful appearance of your complexion!
Almond Oil- Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis
Almond oil is a lightweight, yet powerful moisturizer that's perfect for your skin and hair. It can be used by itself or in combination with other oils to create an even more conditioning treatment on the surface of our bodies!
Sunflower Oil- Helianthus Annuus
When it comes to moisturizing, the sunflower oil is a sure bet. It absorbs easily into your skin without leaving behind any residue or greasy feelings so you can enjoy all its benefits!
Apricot Oil- Prunus Armeniaca
Apricot oil is rich in vitamin A and assorted minerals. It can be used to soften, seal in moisture or as an effective emollient Makes your skin dewy without feeling greasy!