If you are vegan, oat milk is an alternative ingredient to consider in addition to goat milk. Oatmeal is great for sensitive skin! It is soothing, nourishing and slightly exfoliating. It has the same benefits as goat milk soap.
Made with coconut oil or babassu oil, olive oil, palm oil, cocoa butter, oatmeal, and essential oils
Scents without cocoa butter & use coconut oil: Rose Absolute, Patience (Lavender, Geranium, Bergamot, Palmrosa, Rose, Patchouli Oils), Kindness (Peppermint, Lemon, Lime, Jasmine, Spearmint Oils).
Scents with cocoa butter & babassu oil: Honey Lavender
Scents with cocoa butter & coconut oil: Lemongrass & Breakfast bar (peppermint & sweet orange oils).
The Essential Ingredients You’ll Find in Our Soaps
Coconut oil is full of vitamin E and antioxidants. It moisturizes, soothes, and fights the effects of aging (such as wrinkles and saggy skin) and contributes to the amazing lather you’ll find in our soap.
Babassu oil is a tropical oil made from the seeds of the babassu palm, a tree native to the rain forests of South America. Babassu works well as a substitute for coconut-free soap. Babassu is packed with antioxidants and healthy fats, it can boost the health of your skin and hair, moisturizing them without causing you to feel greasy or develop acne.
Olive oil has been an all-star of the culinary and beauty worlds for centuries. It’s loaded with antioxidants and rich properties that leave your skin feeling silky smooth. Olive oil by itself can make the soap soft, but we paired ours with palm oil which hardens the bar, giving it a solid feel in your hands and allowing it to last longer.
Avocado oil will increase the conditioning and add creaminess to the soap's lather. Avocado oil also has wonderful skin care advantages such as a high content of vitamin A, D and E.
Palm oil helps harden each bar of soap that we make and has a number of important nourishing qualities that are great for your skin. Palm oil is loaded with Vitamin E and is extremely moisturizing. It also contributes to that wonderful lather you’ll find in our soap. We love this oil for its multifaceted properties.
Cocoa butter adds firmness and moisture to the bar. Cocoa butter gives the soaps the hardness. Cocoa butter is used to help create a firm yet spreadable texture that’s perfect for cracked, dry heels.
Palm kernel flakes are simply palm kernel oil made into flake form. These flakes make this oil extremely easy to use. The flakes help to produce a harder bar and a thick creamier lather. This oil contains vitamin E, rarely found tocotrienols and a wide array of antioxidants.
Reasons to include oatmeal additive in soaps:
- Oatmeal can help protect the skin from exposure to different harmful elements. Oatmeal Soap Leaves Your Skin Clean and Exfoliated. Oatmeal contains many different nutrients such as beta-glucan, enzymes, protein, vitamins, flavonoids, prostaglandin-synthesis inhibitors, lipids and polysaccharides. These are all naturally occurring elements that can help nourish the skin and even stimulate collagen deposition. Oatmeal has natural anti-inflammatory properties and other healing elements that can help repair the skin. This is beneficial to calm enflamed skin due to exposure to the elements or certain chemicals and toxins. For those with skin conditions such as eczema, acne, rosacea or rashes, oatmeal can help soothe and treat the skin. Oatmeal also can reduce the appearance of large pores and even out your skin tone. Oatmeal contains a gentle, natural lightening agent that can reduce dark spots or blotches on your skin, giving it a younger, smoother appearance.
We use essential oils to impart therapeutic and restorative properties into our products. We’re proud to share that our essential oils are 100% natural, 100% pure, undiluted, and often times steam-distilled to obtain the highest levels of purity. All of the essential oils we use are sourced from high-grade botanicals from around the world to ensure that each bar of soap gives you the highest quality therapeutic and restorative effects as possible. And of course, we make sure to choose essential oils that hold more “commonly approved” aromas and scents.