Organic Flaxseed Oil
This oil is moisturizing and has a consistency that absorbs quickly into the skin. Flaxseed oil is lightweight and a is a great source of fatty acids
Shea butter is fat extracted from the nuts of the shea tree. It has a high concentration of vitamins and fatty acids as well as being anti inflammatory, anti fungal, anti bacterial and anantioxidant. Shea butter is excellent for smoothing and conditioning your skin.
Essential oils of lavender
Used since ancient times, likely by the Egyptians and Roman. Lavender has SO many uses and an unmistakable aroma. Most commonly known for its calming and relaxing qualities. Lavender oil may help reduce the appearance of skin imperfections and helps to soak away stress
.Essential oil of benzoin
Sweet with a vanilla-like scent with notes of balsamic. Benzoin has a wealth of properties including being antiseptic, anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, carminative, deodorant, diuretic and expectorant. How great is this essential oil! It’s cheaper than vanilla too!
Neem is a powerful antioxidant with anti inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It also repels mosquitos and other pesky bugs. Neem may help fight dandruff and possibly even head lice (there is anecdotal evidence for this). All in all, a powerhouse ingredient!
Dried lavender buds
The flowers themselves, dried; naturally calming, soothing and relaxing
So fragrant, the perfect topping for a medium/ hard soap. Jasmine can symbolize love, beauty, sensuality and purity.
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!