There are different methods of making soap. Passed down through generations, the cold process soap making method uses fat (we use organic oils) and lye which combine to create the byproduct, glycerine. After a minimum of 4 weeks of curing, no lye remains and the long-lasting bar provides ultimate moisturization in a level of luxury that only homemade products carry.
Other than the fact that our soaps are hand made with love, our soaps have the cleanest ingredients that are both good for you and the planet. That means you’ll never find sulfates, synthetic fragrances, propylene glycol, propanediol or synthetic coloring in our soaps. We make them with only sustainable ingredients (that you can pronounce). Our goal is to make them as natural and organic as possible.
Yes, we do our best to keep our recipes consistent. They are home made in small batches - colors, textures & scents may slightly vary from one batch to another.
If you're familiar with natural soaps, you have probably noticed that they sometimes get a little sticky if used frequently. In order to avoid this, we recommend storing the bar on a soap dish that allows for drainage between uses.
There is no lye present in the final soap product, however it is one of the main ingredients when making the soap. We cure all our soaps for a minimum of 4 weeks for all the lye to be fully consumed by the saponification process. This also allows for moisture to evaporate making for a harder, longer-lasting soap.
Yes! We're happy to share that we do offer wholesale opportunities for businesses and individuals that share our same values and mission. If this is something that interests you, please refer to our contact page.