Oils & Butters We Use

Apricot Kernel Oil ~ This is a lightweight conditioning oil that is easily absorbed into the skin;

Avocado Oil ~ Avocado oil is rich in vitamins A, B, D and E;

Canola Oil ~ This oil is used in combination with coconut oil to produce a rich lather;

Castor Oil ~ Castor oil is beneficial in drawing moisture from the air into the skin;

Cocoa Butter ~ Cocoa butter creates a moisture barrier between your skin and the air, is easily absorbed into the skin and is also beneficial for eczema, dermatitis and stretch marks;

Coconut Oil ~ This, along with olive oil, is one of the primary oils in soap making. It is a great cleansing oil that produces big bubbles;

Grape Seed Oil ~ Grape seed oil is easily absorbed by the body, and can be beneficial for skin conditions like acne, dermatitis and eczema.

Hemp Seed Oil ~ Hemp seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins & proteins;

Jojoba Oil ~ Jojoba oil closely resembles sebum (which your scalp naturally produces) so it acts like a natural conditioner;

Olive Oil ~ Used as another primary oil alongside coconut oil, olive oil produces a creamy, mild lather and helps create a long-lasting bar of soap;

Palm Oil ~ Used in conjunction with coconut oil, palm oil helps produce a rich lather;

Shea Butter ~ Shea butter is used for its softening and moisturizing qualities;

Sweet Almond Oil ~ This is a luxurious, nourishing and moisturizing oil high in fatty acids that is also lightweight and absorbs well into your skin.