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Benefits of Our Soap Ingredients

All soaps are listed alphabetically. 

Absolute Rose Vegan Soap
100% Absolute Rose Essential Oil- Has been proven as an excellent treatment for acne-prone skin due to its antiseptic and astringent properties. Its anti-inflammatory benefits will also help those that struggle with acne, inflammation and/or skin redness.

Coconut Oil- May be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. Also helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production and is known for its anti-aging properties. Has anti-oxidants such as Vitamins E and A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. If you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, palm oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas affected by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of palm oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles, improves complexion and skin tone, treats dry skin, improves acne, helps reverse sun damage, and reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Acne and Oily Skin Soap 
Peppermint Essential Oil- Peppermint oil naturally cleanses the skin and has antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It has a cooling effect which soothes irritation and inflammation due to acne

Tea Tree Essential Oil-  Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin. 

Eucalyptus Oil-  The Australian aborigines used eucalyptus leaves to treat wounds and prevent infection. Today the diluted oil may still be used on the skin to fight inflammation and promote healing.

Bergamot Essential Oil-  Several compounds in bergamot oil have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This may make bergamot oil an effective spot treatment for acne in people who do not have sensitive skin. Its analgesic qualities may also make it effective against painful cysts and pimples. 

Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil-  Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health. 

Vitamin E- is a strong anti-oxidant and it promotes healthy skin as it prevents many skin problems like psoriasis, eczema and dry skin.   Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema. Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health.  Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Bubblegum Pig Soap
Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin ailments. 

Citrus Shave Bar Soap
Bergamot Essential Oil-  Several compounds in bergamot oil have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This may make bergamot oil an effective spot treatment for acne in people who do not have sensitive skin. Its analgesic qualities may also make it effective against painful cysts and pimples. 

Lemon Essential Oil- Lemon Essential Oil acts as a detoxifying agent that nourishes, cleanses, and exfoliates skin while clearing up skin issues such as oiliness and acne. Its anti-bacterial properties can also sanitize wounds.

Lime Essential Oil-Limes contain vitamin C and flavonoids, the antioxidants that strengthen collagen.

Kaolin Clay- benefits your skin by gently sloughing away dull dead skin, absorbing impurities from your pores, and leaving your skin feeling wonderfully soft! 

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin.

Energizing Lemongrass Soap
Lemongrass Essential Oil- As the herb is packed with vitamin A and C, it works hard to keep your skin and hair glossy. However, beyond that it also has astringent properties which helps to minimize your pores as well as keep your oil levels balanced – cutting back on those pesky pimples.

 Lemon Essential Oil- acts as a detoxifying agent that nourishes, cleanses, and exfoliates skin while clearing up skin issues such as oiliness and acne. Its anti-bacterial properties can also sanitize wounds.

Bergamot Essential Oil-  Several compounds in bergamot oil have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This may make bergamot oil an effective spot treatment for acne in people who do not have sensitive skin. Its analgesic qualities may also make it effective against painful cysts and pimples. Bergamot Essential Oil-  Several compounds in bergamot oil have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This may make bergamot oil an effective spot treatment for acne in people who do not have sensitive skin. Its analgesic qualities may also make it effective against painful cysts and pimples.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Exfoliating Foot Bar Soap
Peppermint Essential OilIt is a solution for any imperfections like pimples over face and back, scars, scaly skin and also bad odor caused by sweat. Peppermint essential oil is also an excellent foot care which is known to treat foot fungus. 

Tea Tree Essential Oil- Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin.

Eucalyptus Oil- Australian aborigines used eucalyptus leaves to treat wounds and prevent infection. Today the diluted oil may still be used on the skin to fight inflammation and promote healing.

Dead Sea Salt- Working in a variety of ways to alleviate discomfort, Dead Sea salt helps to strengthens skin tissue, improve blood circulation, eliminate toxins and balance the skin's natural pH levels. Dead Sea salt can also help to treat eczema by exfoliating dead skin cells, rehydrating the skin and restoring depleted minerals.

Ground Pumice- Helps Exfoliate Dead Skin and Reveal Young, Beautiful Skin. Reduces Rough, Dry Skin. Creates Smoother Skin.

Coffee Grounds- Coffee has Antimicrobial Properties that may protect the Skin against Germs. A great Exfoliant for Scrubbing away Dead Skin Cells. Caffeic Acid is an Antioxidant. The Scrubbing effect Increases Blood Flow and Circulation.

Wheat Grass Powder- Has Antioxidant, Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory and Neuroprotective properties. Vitamin A in wheatgrass enhances skin luster and offers a natural glow. Possibly helps with dermatitis.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Fierce Vegan Soap
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

French Lavender Vegan Soap
French Lavender Essential Oil- Soothes Eczema and Dry Skin Conditions. Anti- Inflammatory. Detoxifies Skin. Heals Injured Skin. Helps Prevent wrinkles. Fights Acne.

Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moistuerized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

 Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

 Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Glycerin Luffa Exfoliating Soap
Glycerin- Glycerin acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It also helps slow down the evaporation of water from the skin, which can help keep skin moist and hydrated in the middle of winter. Several scientific studies provide evidence that glycerin effectively moisturizes and hydrates skin

Lemon Essential Oil- Lemon Essential Oil acts as a detoxifying agent that nourishes, cleanses, and exfoliates skin while clearing up skin issues such as oiliness and acne. Its anti-bacterial properties can also sanitize wounds.

Key Lime Essential Oil-Limes contain vitamin C and flavonoids, the antioxidants that strengthen collagen.

Patchouli Essential Oil- treating skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne, or dry, cracked skin. helping with oily hair or dandruff.

Glycerine Fish in Bag Soap
Glycerine- Acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It also helps slow down the evaporation of water from the skin, which can help keep skin moist and hydrated in the middle of winter. Several scientific studies provide evidence that glycerine effectively moisturizes and hydrates skin.

Hippie Chick Vegan
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Lemon Verbena Soap
Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin problems

Lemon Verbena Vegan
Benefits of Ingredients: 
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Lemongrass Vegan Soap
Lemongrass Essential Oil- As the herb is packed with vitamin A and C, it works hard to keep your skin and hair glossy. However, beyond that it also has astringent properties which helps to minimize your pores as well as keep your oil levels balanced – cutting back on those pesky pimples. 

Lemon Essential Oil- Lemon Essential Oil acts as a detoxifying agent that nourishes, cleanses, and exfoliates skin while clearing up skin issues such as oiliness and acne. Its anti-bacterial properties can also sanitize wounds.

Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Mahogany and Sandalwood Vegan
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Milk & Honey Soap
Vanilla Essential Oil- The niacin, thiamin, and pantothenic acid found in vanilla essential oil help promote skin health, keeping skin clear of acne and fending off free radical damage. It can also help prevent wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.

Honey-  Helps balance the bacteria on your skin, which makes it a great product to use for acne.  Honey speeds up your skin cells healing processes. 

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Oatmeal- can soak up the excess oil on your skin and help treat acne. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. Oats also contain compounds called saponins, which are natural cleansers. They remove the dirt and oil that clog the pores and exfoliate the skin. Goat milk is also rich in lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid that gently aids in skin cell exfoliation.

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin problems.

Peppermint Tingle Soap
Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Peppermint Essential OilIt is a solution for any imperfections like pimples over face and back, scars, scaly skin and also bad odor caused by sweat. Peppermint essential oil is also an excellent foot care which is known to treat foot fungus. 

Pink Himalayan Sea Salt - Olive Oil Soap
100% Absolute Rose Essential Oil- Rose Oil has been proven as an excellent treatment for acne-prone skin due to its antiseptic and astringent properties. Its anti-inflammatory benefits will also help those that struggle with acne, inflammation and/or skin redness.  

Geranium Essential Oil- Its astringent property helps tighten the skin and to diminish the appearance of the symptoms of aging, such as sagging and wrinkling skin. For decades, Geranium Oil has also been used to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp and balancing the production of sebum and natural oils.

Patchouli Essential Oil- treating skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne, or dry, cracked skin. helping with oily hair or dandruff.

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. If you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.

Pink Himalayan Sea Salt- Himalayan Pink Salt becomes a powerful detoxifier as this ionic salt solution helps to extract the toxins out of your skin and tissues. The Himalayan pink salt penetrates your skin, leaving you feeling refreshed and nourished.

Poison Ivy Soother Soap
Calamine Lotion- Helps relieve Itching caused by minor Skin Irritations. It can also help dry out oozing and weeping from reactions to poisonous plants such as Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, or Poison Sumac.

Chamomile Essential Oil- Wound healing, including ulcers and sores. anxiety relief. easing skin conditions like eczema or rashes. anti-inflammation and pain relief for conditions like back pain, neuralgia, or arthritis.

Tea Tree Essential Oil- Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin.

French Lavender Essential Oil- Fights Acne. Soothes Eczema and Dry Skin Conditions. Anti Inflammatory. Detoxifies Skin. Heals Injured Skin. Helps Prevent wrinkles.

Rose Clay- The exfoliating and polishing action gradually reduces the appearance of pores and puffiness. As your skin gets used to the regular special treatment, you may see a more lifted, firm appearance. The consistent exfoliation can also help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as even skin tone.

Vitamin E- Helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Glycerine- Acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It also helps slow down the evaporation of water from the skin, which can help keep skin moist and hydrated in the middle of winter. Several scientific studies provide evidence that glycerine effectively moisturizes and hydrates skin.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Oatmeal- can soak up the excess oil on your skin and help treat acne. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. Oats also contain compounds called saponins, which are natural cleansers. They remove the dirt and oil that clog the pores and exfoliate the skin. Goat milk is also rich in lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid that gently aids in skin cell exfoliation.

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin problems.

Sensitive Skin French Clay and Citrus Bar Soap
Bergamot Essential Oil-  Several compounds in bergamot oil have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. This may make bergamot oil an effective spot treatment for acne in people who do not have sensitive skin. Its analgesic qualities may also make it effective against painful cysts and pimples. 

Lemon Essential Oil- Lemon Essential Oil acts as a detoxifying agent that nourishes, cleanses, and exfoliates skin while clearing up skin issues such as oiliness and acne. Its anti-bacterial properties can also sanitize wounds.

Lime Essential Oil-Limes contain vitamin C and flavonoids, the antioxidants that strengthen collagen.

French Clay- French green clay is beneficial in removing impurities and tightening the pores, toning the skin, exfoliating dead skin cells and reducing inflammation in acne. It can also be used as a full-body treatment to soften dry, rough skin.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin.

Sensitive Skin French Lavender Soap
French Lavender Essential Oil- Soothes Eczema and Dry Skin Conditions. Anti- Inflammatory. Detoxifies Skin. Heals Injured Skin. Helps Prevent wrinkles. Fights Acne.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Sensitive Skin Rose Absolute Moisturizer Soap
100% Absolute Rose Essential Oil- Rose Oil has been proven as an excellent treatment for acne-prone skin due to its antiseptic and astringent properties. Its anti-inflammatory benefits will also help those that struggle with acne, inflammation and/or skin redness.  

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Sensitive Skin Ultimate Moisturizer Soap
100% Absolute Rose Essential Oil- Rose Oil has been proven as an excellent treatment for acne-prone skin due to its antiseptic and astringent properties. Its anti-inflammatory benefits will also help those that struggle with acne, inflammation and/or skin redness.  

Geranium Essential Oil- Its astringent property helps tighten the skin and to diminish the appearance of the symptoms of aging, such as sagging and wrinkling skin. For decades, Geranium Oil has also been used to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp and balancing the production of sebum and natural oils.

Patchouli Essential Oil- treating skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne, or dry, cracked skin. helping with oily hair or dandruff.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin-Fragrances vary from Unicorn Farts, Monkey Farts, Bubblegum, or Lemonade.

Sunburn Soother Soap
Solarcaine Aloe Extra Burn Relief- Helps relieve Pain and Itching caused by minor Skin Irritations such as Sunburn, Insect Bites, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, and Minor Cuts, Scratches, or Burns.

Chamomile Essential Oil- Wound healing, including ulcers and sores. anxiety relief. easing skin conditions like eczema or rashes. anti-inflammatory and pain relief for conditions like back pain, neuralgia, or arthritis.

Tea Tree Essential Oil- Tea tree oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin.

French Lavender Essential Oil- Fights Acne. Soothes Eczema and Dry Skin Conditions. Anti Inflammatory. Detoxifies Skin. Heals Injured Skin. Helps Prevent wrinkles.

Rose Clay- The exfoliating and polishing action gradually reduces the appearance of pores and puffiness. As your skin gets used to the regular special treatment, you may see a more lifted, firm appearance. The consistent exfoliation can also help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as even skin tone.

Vitamin E- Helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Glycerine- Acts like a sponge and draws more moisture to itself. It also helps slow down the evaporation of water from the skin, which can help keep skin moist and hydrated in the middle of winter. Several scientific studies provide evidence that glycerine effectively moisturizes and hydrates skin.

Goat's Milk- High-quality goat milk products contain fats that can gently hydrate the skin, and may be helpful for people with dry and sensitive skin. 

Oatmeal- can soak up the excess oil on your skin and help treat acne. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat dry skin and remove dead skin cells. Oats also contain compounds called saponins, which are natural cleansers. They remove the dirt and oil that clog the pores and exfoliate the skin. Goat milk is also rich in lactic acid, which is an alpha hydroxy acid that gently aids in skin cell exfoliation.

 Shea Butter-  High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.

Buttermilk- Buttermilk is excellent as a bleaching agent. It is enriched with lactic acid, ideal for solving a host of skin problems.

Super Gardener's Vegan Soap
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Tobacco and Bay Vegan Soap
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Ultimate Moisturizing All Natural, Vegan Soap
100% Absolute Rose Essential Oil- Rose Oil has been proven as an excellent treatment for acne-prone skin due to its antiseptic and astringent properties. Its anti-inflammatory benefits will also help those that struggle with acne, inflammation and/or skin redness.  

Geranium Essential Oil- Its astringent property helps tighten the skin and to diminish the appearance of the symptoms of aging, such as sagging and wrinkling skin. For decades, Geranium Oil has also been used to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp and balancing the production of sebum and natural oils.

Patchouli Essential Oil- treating skin conditions such as dermatitis, acne, or dry, cracked skin. helping with oily hair or dandruff.

Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

 Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

 Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

Voodoo Love Vegan Soap
Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

 Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

 Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.

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Coconut Oil- may be linked to some potential benefits for skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria, Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth. helps to improve skin elasticity and collagen production. Coconut oil is also known for its anti-aging properties. Coconut oil has anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A, which help to slow down the aging process and may help to reduce the damage from free radicals and the sun.  

Olive Oil- According to the International Olive Council, olive oil has many vitamins, including A, D, and K, as well as vitamin E. If you’re prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin. if you have sensitive skin, particularly oily skin or a skin condition such as dermatitis, olive oil might not be the best choice.  

Palm Oil- Used topically, Palm Oil restores hydration to dry skin, preventing further dryness by sealing in moisture. Suitable for use on sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas afflicted by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidant properties of Palm Oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.   

Shea Butter- High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.  

Sweet Almond Oil- Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles. Improves complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin. Improves acne. Helps reverse sun damage. Reduces the appearance of scars. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks.  

Castor Oil- Preventing wrinkles. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Fighting acne. Castor oil has antibacterial properties. Reducing puffiness. Moisturizing. Soothing sunburn. Fighting dry lips. Promoting overall skin health.   

Avocado Oil- The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism.   

Hempseed Oil- Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. 

Jojoba Oil- Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduce redness caused by drying, ease the effects of eczema and rosacea, and keep skin calm and comfortable. The Vitamin E and B-complex vitamins in the Jojoba oil help in skin repair and damage control.  

Wheat Germ Oil- Being a great source of vitamins - B6, Folic acid and E, wheat germ oil is said to act as an anti-ageing agent for the skin.

Sunflower Oil- Sunflower seed oil moisturizes your skin. Due to its rich vitamin E content, Sunflower seed oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Vitamin E helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period. This is good news for people with eczema.   

Vitamin E- Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It's an antioxidant, making it effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. Vitamin E may be beneficial at reducing UV damage to skin.