100% Natural & Vegan
Cold-Process Artisan Soap
Handcrafted Soaps Infused with Intentions, Reiki & a Whole Lot of Love
I create these nourishing bars with high-quality essential oils, herbs, and flowers that are specifically chosen for their physical, emotional, and spiritual properties. The oils and butters that I use are rich with vitamins and emollients, and I formulate my recipes to fulfill my desire to have a soap that acts as a cleansing agent, moisturizer, and skin conditioner all balanced into one. My soaps will leave your skin feeling clean, refreshed, and healthy – radiating on the outside just as much as you do on the inside!
The majority of the soaps that I create are face-friendly and contain ingredients that are beneficial for sensitive skin, acne, scars, and wise skin - unless otherwise noted.
No detergents, toxic chemicals, artificial scents or coloring are used in my recipes. Our skin is our largest organ, and everything we put on it is absorbed into our bodies, into our blood, into our sacred personal temples. I keep my recipes clean. They are made through a process called Saponification – a reaction in which the building blocks of fats and oils (triglycerides) react with lye (sodium hydroxide), transforming into glycerin and soap. Glycerin replenishes and nurtures your skin. It is found naturally within your skin and helps to establish balance and hydration. My soaps are safe for the environment, good for your skin, and I formulate my recipes to be incredibly moisturizing.
Cold process soap typically cures for 4-6 weeks or longer. The longer the soap cures, the harder the bar will be, and the longer it will last. All of my soaps cure for at least 4 weeks before I make them available to you. Keeping your soap bar dry between uses will help it last longer.
A side note about soap colorants - All of the soaps that I create obtain their coloring from the herbs, oils, and other natural ingredients (such as activated charcoal, kaolin clay, fruit/vegetable powders) that I put into them. No synthetic coloring agents or chemically treated mica powders are used.