Reducing your exposure to toxic chemicals can be a very frustrating endeavor. Reading the long scientific words on every label quickly becomes overwhelming. That’s why I created this soap.
Starting with great ingredients is just the beginning. I also ensure that this soap is never made in plastic. I attend to every tiny detail from choosing great ingredients to the process of making, curing and wrapping every bar. Let me take the worry out of decoding handmade soap so you can enjoy the pristine quality of a relaxing shower.
Make a Difference: Every soap you purchase sends a soap to someone in need.
All Natural: You don’t need to worry about exposing yourself to artificial and harsh detergents or sulfate-loaded cleansers. The ingredients used in this soap are natural.
Organic Essential Oils: This soap contains a proprietary blend of organic essential oils, so not only does this bar of soap smell great, it is made with quality ingredients. I personally evaluate the full laboratory analysis of every oil to ensure it is not contaminated with pesticides, genetically modified ingredients or fillers.
Free from Colorants: This soap derives its creamy alabaster complexion from the fantastic ingredients I use to make it. There is no added zinc oxide or titanium dioxide, no nano-particles, and no other pigments or dyes.
I make this soap with saponified oils of certified organic shea butter, cold-pressed extra premium virgin olive oil, pure expeller pressed coconut oil, lard, certified organic castor oil, grade A whole goat milk, and 100% natural colloidal oatmeal. I use a proprietary blend of certified organic essential oils, including lavender and rosemary.
Each bar of soap weighs at least 2.5 ounces. To use, simply lather and rinse.
Judy celebrated victory over an unexpected battle, and in moving forward she resolved to make intentional and uncompromising choices. She was looking for a soap that did not increase her exposure to toxic ingredients.
After using this bar for the first time, Judy found her soap. This is the only soap she uses for her nightly shower. She appreciates its purity above other soaps, and she loves the scent. Judy also loves the mission. Not only does she keep a healthy stock of this soap for herself, she also loves to gift it to neighbors when they take care of her condo when she's travelling to visit her children.
Almost everyone is familiar with lavender. It has been around since ancient times and was used from the far east all the way through the roman empire.
There are actually around 20 different species of lavender grown around the globe! The recent popularity has increased demand so greatly that a sterile hybrid (called Lavindin) was developed specifically for essential oil production.
Another species is known for its spikes, and there are several opinions about whether or not this is the same species referred to in the Bible (sometimes it’s referred to as spikenard or nard, and according to the Bible, it was used to anoint Jesus prior to his crucifixion).