Made with plant oils and butters, pure essential oils, organic herbs, and spices, our skin-nourishing formula offers a magnificent, long-lasting lather and leaves your skin feeling clean, soft and radiantly healthy. Once you try handmade soap, you'll never go back!
How to use: Use your soap bar in the shower or by your sink. Just lather and rinse!
Place on a slotted soap dish to prolong the life of your bar. Store unused bars in a container with air circulation.
Ingredients: Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, Aqua, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm Oil), *Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lactate, Essential Oil Blend
*Used in the saponification process to turn oil into soap. None remains in the finished product.
About Our Soap:
Is your palm oil sustainable?
Palm oil creates a long-lasting, great cleansing, moisturizing bar of soap with a fluffy lather. Despite its great attributes in soap and other products, palm oil has become a highly debated topic. We purchase sustainable palm oil that is Rainforest Alliance certified.
The Rainforest Alliance works with farmers, foresters, and even the tourism trade to conserve natural resources and ensure the long-term economic health of forest communities. In order to achieve Rainforest Alliance certification, they must meet rigorous standards designed to protect ecosystems, safeguard the well-being of local communities and improve productivity.
We care about our planet and its inhabitants. Even though we are a small company, we try to make choices that are ecologically and socially responsible when it comes to the ingredients we purchase.
There is evidence that purchasing sustainable palm, helps support small farmers in developing countries. Oil palms are very productive crops. They have the highest yield per hectare (1 hectare equals about 2.5 acres) and can produce up to 10 times more oil per acre than other oil crops.
This means that palm oil can be an environmentally friendly oil because less land has to be cleared to get the same amount of product. Boycotting palm oil will only create a demand for another oil crop to take its place, with even greater consequences.