This is a wonderfully exfoliating soap using pumice. The basil and aloe make for a cleansing lather. The fresh scent is a combo of pure essential oils of clementine, basil and curcuma. Activated charcoal boosts lather and helps remove impurities. Carrot powder, aloe vera juice, and parsley powder help to keep your skin smooth!
Essential oil of Clementine: Full of limonene after being cold-pressed from the peel of the clementine.This brightening oil supports a healthy-looking, even skin tone.
Essential Oil of Basil has so many properties, and is thought to energize and uplift the mind as well as able to repel insects and soothe headaches
Essential Oil Curcuma is a great antioxidant with anti fungal properties too. This oil can help to promote clear, smooth, and radiant-looking skin. The Curcuma plant is also known as ‘wild turmeric’ and the essential oil has a spicy, forest-like woody aroma
Raw Goats milk is a fantastic ingredient that is both nourishing, replenishing and moisturizing as well as being full of vitamins and essential minerals which can help kill off nasty bacteria on the skin. Oh and it makes for a GREAT lather.
Pumice: Made in a volcano! Pumice stone forms when lava and water mix together. The perfect exfoliator for removing dead skin. Also great for removing grease and dirt. A wonderful addition to soap
Carrot Powder: made from dehydrated carrot which is ground into a powder. Great for repairing and toning the skin. Carrot powder may also help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and scars.
Aloe Vera Juice: The gel inside the Aleo Vera plant is well known able to assist in healing the skin from a various ailments including sunburn, minor cuts, or small abrasions
Parsley Powder: This herb may help to promote clearer, healthy skin. Parsley powder is known to have disinfectant properties that can help reduce acne breakouts.
Activated Charcoal helps to cleanse the skin, unclog pores, remove deeper impurities, and dead skin cells.
Saponification is the official name for “soap-making” and describes the chemical reaction that takes place when you mix oils (triglycerides) and water with a strong alkali (naturally occurring potassium hydroxide - also called lye) or sodium under heat. This produces glycerol and a fatty acid salt (soap).
To maintain the integrity of your soap, remember to keep it dry in between washes. It will last longer and stay fresh and clean
Our soaps are hand made in Texas!