Consistency is the key to achieving beautiful touchable moisturized luminous youthful skin. By using our soaps consistently, you will be able to avoid, or at least reduce, the skin problems that are caused by irritating chemical ingredients.
Each of our organic bars has the foundation of the following organic oils:
If you are looking for products made with extra virgin olive oil, check out our line of soaps in our Custom Artisan Products and Natural Products collections.
NOTE: All Organic Soaps are
Mineral Oil Free
No SLS (Sodium laureth sulfate)
No SLES (Sodium lauryl ether sulfate)
Cruelty- Free (anti-animal testing)
Natural/Organic Soap vs. Commercial Soap
How confusing, Natural, Organic what's the difference? Looking at the definitions, still no help to understand the difference:
Natural - existing in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankind.
Organic - relating to or derived from living matter.
The most significant difference is between natural/organic and commercial soap.
Why? Read the commercial soaps label. You need a degree in chemistry to recognize the ingredients:
sodium lauroyl isethionate (synthetic detergent, skin irritant), sodium isethionate (detergent/emulsifying agent), sodium dodecyl benzenesulfonate (synthetic detergent, skin irritant), titanium dioxide (whitener, also used in house paint)
Now read our label, no degree needed.
Saponified oils of sunflower* and/or safflower*, coconut*, and palm*, water, lye, essential oils
Okay, “Saponified” might be a little chemistry. Saponification is the chemical react of lye and oil. What is left is Saponified oil, soap.
People that have sensitive skin do not respond well to chemically laden soap so well look for relief with natural/organic soaps. But our soap isn't just for people with sensitive skin. Our soaps are made with you in mind for one purpose, do no harm.
Here's your choice for you and your family, would you want to use extra virgin olive, sunflower and safflower oil on your skin or sodium lauroyl isethionate, sodium isethionate and sodium dodecyl benzenesulfonate … just sayin’ the choice is yours.