My soaps are all natural and contain no harsh chemicals or dyes. All of the ingredients are listed below. If you have questions feel free to email me at
Clay: I’m sure you are wondering why we would want to put mud on our body. Don’t knock it till you try it… Clay can dry up extra oils on the skin that cause acne as well as cleaning out dirty pores. Clay will also help minimize the appearance of wrinkles and clarify spots on the skin. Many of the clays I use are French Green Clay, Bentonite, Colored Clays from China.
Charcoal: Activated Charcoal made from bamboo is an excellent detox for your skin. It is also used for brushing your teeth and ingested to help with overdoses of toxic substances.
Salts: A great additive for exfoliating. Salts also provide natural minerals. The Dead Salt is the highest in minerals but Himalayan Pink Salt is a close second. In some cases, I use regular table salt as long as it does not contain iodine in it.
Jewelweed in another plant used to combat poisonous plant allergies.
Palm Oil or palm kernel flakes act as humectants to help the skin absorb the other oils.
Castor Oil is also another excellent humectant.
Ylang ylang is a excellent oil to heal skin abrasions
Other Oils Used are:
Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Meadow Foam Seed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Safflower Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Avocado Oil.
Tea Tree is a tree in Australia. It is known for its healing properties. It is the go-to essential oil for acne, poison oak, ivy or sumac. Its healing abilities have been known for many years in holistic and natural medicine. Lavender also has been said to help relieve stress and help you fall asleep.
Rosemary fragrant and great for the skin
Super Fats: Shea Butter, Crisco, Cocobutter, Lard
Other ingredients: Honey, Bee Pollen, Pumice, Heavy Whipping Cream, Goat Mik (Fresh from the Farm) and Oatmeal. All are soothing to the skin and give you a youthful glow that we all look for!