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These oils, butters, and additives are used to make our signature butter soap. Other options are available for custom and bulk orders.
Olive Oil: We use Extra Virgin. Olive oil is good for everything, right? History says that we’ve been using olive oil on our skin for many, many years. Before we figured out soap, olive oil was used to clean the skin. Of course, it’s in our soap!
Coconut Oil: We used Refined, so there’s no coconut smell. We also use less than 25% in our luxury recipe. We feel that it is important to keep the coconut oil below 30%, and to let you know about it. Coconut oil is anti-viral and anti-bacterial oil. When used in soap, it generates a hard bar of soap that does a really good job at removing oil. We have a 99% coconut oil dish soap bar that will do excellent work when used to clean your dishes.
Shea Butter: We use a lot of shea butter. We use the generally accepted soaping maximum amount of shea butter. It does not contribute to the creaminess. It does not contribute to the lather. Up to 9% of shea butter fat is unsaponifiable; which means that the oils, or fats, stay free to stick to your skin and stay there when the parts of it that turned to soap rinse away. Basically, It is just for luxury.
Cocoa Butter: Yep. Two butters. We wanted our soap to be extra luxurious, and it is!
Avocado Oil: -/+ Affects a Medium lather and mild cleaning results. Avocados are superfoods. They are extra rich in fancy fats and antioxidants, making it an especially great oil to use in soap.
Sunflower Oil: -/+ Affects a wonderfully creamy lather and mild cleaning results. Sunflower oil is a wonderful source of Vitamin E.
This Soap may also contain: botanicals, exfoliants, clays, milks*, natural and cosmetic grade micas and oxides, essential and fragrance oils, gemstones (We are known to add crystal embeds to our soap), and various other ‘on a whim’ ingredients.
*Our soap is vegan unless otherwise noted.
If you are allergic to any of the ingredients in our products, please don’t use them. If you experience any irritation, discontinue use immediately and rinse the area well with cool, clean water.