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Natural Soaps with Natural Ingredients

It all about the Ingredients, they are chosen not just for cleaning but for their refining properties.

I first started making soaps after I wanted to make a natural soaps for my body, just for my personal use. Having acquired sensitive skin over the years I had to take matters in too my own hands.  This transition was a natural progression after taking the same step with the way I ate, preparing most of my own meals from scratch (not a fan of reading labels but needed too). That way I knew exactly what was in my food and now I know what's in my Products. After trying several basic recipes, I finally settled on one that I loved and from there started incorporating some natural additives to aid my skin in its function. Below are a list of additives that I use because of the benefits. This is an expending list, so stay tuned...


Colloidal Oatmeal

Colloidal Oatmeal helps protect skin by retaining moisture, and soothes dry skin. Colloidal Oatmeal also relieves skin irritations, and can even help with some forms of eczema. It's a natural antiparticle, an all-in-one antioxidant, a powerful UV protectant, and an anti-inflammatory. It's basically one of the most amazing all-natural ingredients on the planet. A truly complete ingredient that helps your skin in many ways.

Activated Charcoal

Activated Charcoal

Activated Charcoal adsorbs bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles from the surface of skin, helping you to achieve a flawless complexion and fight acne

 Australian Pink Clay

This clay promises to balance stressed and sensitive skin. It also has hydrating properties that helps refine delicate lines, moisturizes and improves the overall texture of the skin.  It cleanses, tones and gently exfoliates. 

Tamanu Oil & Butter

Tamanu Oil benefits extend to a wide range of natural treatments for acne and acne scars, eczema, psoriasis, toenail fungus, stretch marks, age spots, skin rashes, general scarring, dermatitis through to anti aging and its found as an ingredient in making of skin products for oily skin. In fact, one of the major benefits of Tamanu Oil is that it can be used as a stand-alone product, whether it be solely as a product for oily acne skin or for the prevention or reduction of scarring or just for beautiful, blemish-free skin. Not only can you use Tamanu Oil for skin rejuvenation but you can even use Tamanu Oil for hair and scalp rejuvenation as well. It also seems to be great for healthy, nail growth

Kokum Butter

Some of the traditionally known benefits are helping to prevents drying of the skin, healing ulcers, fissures of the lips, hands and soles of feet.  It also helps regenerate the skin cells & reduces degeneration of skin cells as well as non-pore clogging (non-comodegenic). It softens the skin and restores skin flexibility.

Mango Butter

Mango butter is a natural source of vitamin A, it helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and increasing skin's overall youthful look. Treats dry skin: Dry patches, flakiness, and even sensitive skin can benefit from daily application of mango butter, which goes to work deeply moisturizing the skin.

Shea Butter


Shea Butter is a well know ingredient used in lots of body, hair and face products. Its widely used because its properties are said to relieves the effect of windburn, sunburn and winter dry skin because its rich in moisture. Its also aids in reducing stretch marks, scarring and cellulite.  on top of that is also have been know to provides benefits linked to anti-aging properties which helps tissue cell regeneration and softening of the skin, which reduces wrinkles.  whats not to love about Shea butter,except if you are allergic to nuts.


Baobab Butter

Baobab Butter is an elegant blend of Baobab Extract, which is derived from Adansonia digitata oil, and non-GMO Soy Butter. It has a soft, smooth, and creamy texture with a rich viscosity that melts quickly on contact with the skin, providing the benefits of the Baobab fruit, which include various micronutrients and vitamins all in an aesthetically-pleasing form.



Pumpkin is a good source of vitamin C which is a powerful antioxidant and also contains beta-carotene which helps to reverse UV damage and improve skin texture. It helps to promote the production of collagen, thus improving your skin tone and elasticity