We are now offering our Hand cured soaps. We only have featured fragrances and styles in limited supply each month. We hand pick skin nourishing oils and butters, and then cure these soaps for 4-6 weeks for an optimal experience..because of their naturalness , and our hand cured & cut procedures of these soaps, each one is unique and no two will be exactly alike in looks. Unlike the most store bought soaps these are made without drying detergents and unknown chemicals , we use natural butters and oils and only the finest essential and perfumed oils to leave your skin feeling pampered! So check back at the soap stand often for our soaps of the month feature.
Each Soap may have different ingredients, If you would like to know what properties they have please check below:
Sweet Almond oil
This oils has no scent and has great nutrients for softening and conditioning skin. Its been known to be especially suitable for eczema, itchy, dry and inflamed skin.
Apricot kernel is a light but rich oil especially good for sensitive skin, as well as for skin that is inflamed or dry. It is particularly helpful for dehydrated, delicate, mature or sensitive skin. It also has a high vitamin A content.
This oil derived from the castor bean and is rich in fatty acids and very moisturizing and lubricating to the skin in general. It acts as a humectant, attracting moisture to the skin.
Cleansing, good oil for dry, itchy, sensitive skin.
Heals, moisturizes and conditions skin and helps to reduce scars and stretch marks.
The oleic acid in olive oil aids in the regeneration of cells, making it a good treatment for aging skin. Its humectants draws water to the skin.
Palm kernal makes a hard bar of soap and helps with lather.
Palm oil is produced from the pulp or flesh of the fruit of the oil palm. Palm oil contains an equal proportion of unsaturated acids, containing about 40% oleic acids (monounsaturated), 44% palmitic acids and oleic acids, which are also the major fatty acids produced by the body. It is a natural source of Vitamin E, the tocopherols, and tocotrienols and is also a very rich source of beta-carotene, an important source of Vitamin A.
Contains vitamins A, C, D, and E, a high linoleic acid content, and few saturated fatty acids. This oil is easily absorbed and can be used on all skin types. Its high vitamin E content makes it especially helpful for delicate and dry skin.
Additives we use in our different soaps:
Colloidal oatmeal (Aveena sativa) is a natural product which helps soothe and soften dry skin and relieve itchy skin rashes and irritations. It acts as an emollient to help soothe pruritic skin. ( we use this in our oatmeal, milk and honey soaps)
Because honey is a humectant, it attracts and retains water, which makes it naturally perfect to add to our soaps. Honey is a natural antibacterial and very safe for the skin it helps speeds growth of healthy tissues, and helps with eczema.
White kaolin, also known as china clay, is the mildest of all clays and is suitable for sensitive skin. Because it does not draw oils from the skin, it is also excellent for dry skin. It exfoliates, cleanses and stimulates the circulation. Used by spas worldwide, rhassoul clay is mined from the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Ancient Romans and Egyptians used it. It is rich in minerals, and all skin types can use it to gently exfoliate and detoxify.
Rose clay is a mild kaolin clay for normal to dry skin
Moroccan clay aides in circulation and pulling impurities out of the skin.
HerbsLavender Buds Grade A
Very fragrant and beautiful. Sweet, exotic flavor. Relieves fatigue
It is antiseptic, antifammatory, antfungal and antibacterial. Helps soothe irritated or inflamed skin.
Calendula is known for treating wounds and broken skin.It is antiseptic & antibacterial & is excellent for burns, scalds, stings & impetigo. Also being antifungal, it can help cure yeast rashes & infections. Wonderful for inflamed or ulcerated conditions. Avoid during pregnancy.