Oh Berry Bash gives you a blast of citrus as you wash. The Cranberry seeds are soaked in essential oils, and not only look divine but provide a gentle exfoliant. We weren’t shy when we added the seeds. Feels festive in the winter time and fresh in the summer time, Truly a wonderful soap for all skin types and in our lovely new Moko Rasa box!
Organic Palm Oil
Palm oil is a good moisturizer, and promotes smoother skin. Palm oil contains beta carotene. Beta carotene is an antioxidant that destroys free radicals that can lead to premature aging by destroying skin. It is a natural source of antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E.
Organic Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is used in soap to help with cleansing and great for a bubbly lather
Organic Olive OIl
Olive oil is amazing in soaps, mild and moisturizing.
Organic Palm Kernel Oil
Palm oil comes from the palm fruit and palm kernel comes from the seed. The oil is rich in vitamin E which is thought to help prevent signs of aging in the skin. This oil is also full of antioxidants.
Lemongrass Essential Oil
This essential oil is extracted from the stem and leaves of this grassy herb. The scent is very powerful and recognizable. Lemongrass essential oil is thought to help with mood, and could help alleviate anxiety and depression. The oil itself is anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti inflammatory and ani oxidant.
Organic Orange Essential Oil
Orange essential oil is extracted from the rind of sweet oranges using cold pressing. This oil is a great mood enhancer, could potential help in relieving symptoms of stress and anxiety and is thought to help skin conditions such as acne.
One of the most widely used herb world wide, Rosemary ( Rosmarinus Officinalis) is an evergreen plant that with pointy leaves and a familiar, woody scent.
Cranberry seeds are filled with organically formed acids such as Benzoic Acid. This can be a great tool in fighting skin inflammation and irritation. Cranberry seeds are also rich in omega 3 oil and fatty acids which can help calm dry or inflamed skin conditions such as rosacea, psoriasis and eczema.
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!