Charcoal can help to detox and purity the skin. Great addition to anyone that has acne-prone skin.
This natural alkaline neutralizes acids and washes away oils/dirt on the skin.
Great for oily skin, this soft clay is proven to be an excellent absorbent that brings the balance back.
It may not be an oil, but its hard to beat butter as a source of high quality vitamins and minerals. It is a remarkable aid to dry and itchy skin. After all, we can’t have you walking around with flaky dull skin. This exception to the rule also adds a silky feel to the bubbles. Shea, Mango, Green Tea Blend, it’s all about the Butter Baby!
Yes! Castor oil. The smallest amount of this wonderfully thick oil only adds delight. It is known as a humectant, drawing moisture to itself. Typically, soaps strip our skin of its moisture, castor oil assists in bringing it back. Our skin is the largest organ of the body, let’s keep it hydrated.
Derived from corn this ingredient assists to balance the ph in our skin as well as soften the water.
Nature’s bounty when it comes to providing moisture for our skin due to its secret ingredient, medium chain triglycerides. This oil assists the skin’s barrier and assures your skin will be silky smooth. Plus, it gives our soap BIG, BIG BUBBLES and we love bubbles.
The balance of magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride and bromides detoxify and pull impurities from the skin.
Helps to bind oils and butters together to assist and body butters creamy feel.
Lavendin EO, Clove Tea Tree Cinnamon Rosemary Orange Eucalyptus
Aromas have a powerful affect upon us. They can intrigue, entice and even elicit memories. Skin-safe products are delicately measured and carefully added at the correct dilution rate to create a variety of sensual pleasures. Fragrances can take you to places you can only imagine. Take a whiff!
Rosemary Mint Beach Barbershoppee Island Nectar
Oily, greasy, acne-prone skin has met its match. This clay improves skin tone, complexion, and softness. Clarity is on the way.
Natural emollient that helps to nourish and moisturize the skin.
Relaxes and clams. Delivers magnesium, an important benefit for the nervous and lymphatic systems as well as reported pain relief for those that have fibromyalgia. Treats topical conditions like eczema, psoriasis and even acne.
Soothes Inflammation or Irritation. Stimulates and tones skin.
Soothing the senses, soul & skin. Classic ingredient the has captured natural remedies for centuries.
Cosmetic powders safe for products and skin.
Helps the skin to restore and replenish the barrier function that lock in moisture and the natural oils that keep our skin soft and supple.
The strength of this essential is cell regeneration. It's a little fountain of youth, keeping your skin happy and fed...and young. Olive Oil brings hardness to the bar, but not the skin. No wonder Mediterranean skin is magnificent, its the olive oil.
Rich in Vitamin C.
Volcanic ash properties offering a light exfoliation even for sensitive skins.
The exfoliant and polishing properties reduce puffiness, lines and wrinkles while creating a lifted, firm appearance.
Rose has anti-inflammatory properties and can quench the thirst of our olfactory senses.
Provides similar benefits to mineral baths. Adding salt to a bath when you have severe dry skin softens the water and reduces the discomfort when getting in.
Tightens and tones skin, reducing the appearance of pores, fine lines and wrinkles. (aka French Green Clay)
Most commonly called Lye. We use food grade lye in order to make the most high quality of products.
It's no surprise we include this treasure in the making of our soap and other products. It is an extraordinary carrier oil, helping moisture and other beneficials sink deep into our skin. This is the organic wonder that assures your skin to be supple and smooth. The sunflower, our favorite.
Gluten-free sweetened oils flavor your favorite lip balms with just the right amount. Mango Orange Creamsicle Strawberry Sorbet Vanilla Mint
We take every precaution to assure our products do no harm. However, we are all individuals with individual sensitivities. We suggest you test a small amount on your skin.