Saponified Materials
  • Castor Oil
    Castor Oil

    Castor Oil is a humectant, helping to draw moisture to the skin and provide a protective barrier again harsh environmental conditions. 

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  • Cocoa Butter
    Cocoa Butter

    A rich vegetable fat with a creamy, chocolatey scent. It has a firm and hard texture and it’s known for its ability to moisturize, soften and lubricate the skin. 

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  • Coconut Oil
    Coconut Oil

    A very versatile carrier oil. Excellent in its ability to form a quick absorbing, moisturizing barrier on the skin. It produces a rich lather, however too much coconut oil can be drying for the skin.  

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  • Hemp Oil
    Hemp Oil

    An excellent vehicle for providing essential fatty acids to your skin. Contains high levels of unsaturated fats, which hold great moisturizing properties. 

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  • Olive Oil
    Olive Oil

    A very versatile vitamin rich oil. Containing polyphenols and oleic acid, it is an effective anti-ager, working to improve skin tone and texture. Providing bar soap with a gentle and creamy lather, making it a great companion to dry or sensitive skin. 

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  • Shea Butter
    Shea Butter

    Extracted from the nuts of the Shea tree, native to Africa, Shea butter is a fatty oil that exists as a solid at room temperature. It contains 4-9% unsaponifables (additional components that can’t be fully converted into soap) which means it’s an excellent skin loving ingredient.   

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  • Activated Charcoal
    Activated Charcoal
    Activated Charcoal has the amazing ability to control oils on our skin, drawing away the impurities that build up in the pores. Effective in the removal of dead cells. Also a highly effective natural colorant. 
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  • Alkanet Root
    Alkanet Root
    Alkanet is a biennial or perennial herbaceous plant that grows about 0.3 to 0.6 m in height. The plant is found growing in all kinds of temperate environments such as grazing pastures, in alfalfa fields, in pine forests, or on prime rangeland. The plant has dark red root of blackish appearance externally but blue-red inside, with a whitish core. Traditionally used to soothe itching or irritated skin.  Image of Alkanet Root
  • Annato Seed
    Annato Seed
    A natural additive that is loaded with Vitamins C, B’s, and E. They contain wonderful amounts of antioxidants which are thought to help protect the skin from environmental free radical damage.  Image of Annato Seed
  • Apricot Shell
    Apricot Shell
    Ground from the seeds of apricots, this all natural exfoliant is perfect for deep-cleaning, renewing and detoxifying. Gentle enough for the face yet effective enough for calloused and dry skin.  Image of Apricot Shell
  • Bentonite Clay
    Bentonite Clay
    Useful on oily skin with excellent oil absorbing properties that are thought to remove toxins and revitalize the skin. Image of Bentonite Clay
  • Black Sesame
    Black Sesame

    Ground seeds used as a light exfoliating agent, helping remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. 

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  • Brazilian Red Clay
    Brazilian Red Clay

    A natural kaolin clay from sedimentary rocks. Helps to promote cell development and remove impurities from the skin. It is an antioxidant with detoxifying effects. 

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  • Brazilian Purple Clay
    Brazilian Purple Clay

    Brazilian Purple Clay is a natural clay from sedimentary rocks. It contains magnesium which helps improve your skin's overall appearance. A very light exfoliant and effective natural colorant. 

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  • Calendula

    Generally used to add color and texture, Calendula is believed to contain many trace healing properties. Packed with anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory characteristics, some studies have shown that calendula may enhance skin hydration and stimulate firmness and elasticity. 

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  • Carrot Powder
    Carrot Powder

    Contains high levels of carotenoids, potassium, Vitamin C, essential nutrients and amino acids. Excellent in helping the skin bounce back from sun damage. 

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  • Coffee Grounds
    Coffee Grounds

    A natural exfoliating agent and subtle colorant. 

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  • Colloidal Oatmeal
    Colloidal Oatmeal

    Provides moisturizing properties by creating a protective barrier on the surface of the skin. 

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  • Crushed Botanical
    Crushed Botanical

    Natural texture and seasonal additive. Light and varied exfoliating agent. 

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  • French Green Clay
    French Green Clay

    Originating from the sedimentation of silico-aluminum with its color resulting from the oxides present in these rocks. French green clay absorbs and removes impurities from the skin. 

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  • Hibiscus

    A natural colorant and botanical additive that is rich in antioxidants. 

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  • Indigo Powder
    Indigo Powder

    Natural deep blue colorant. 

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  • Iron Oxide
    Iron Oxide
    Natural color additives. Purely used for aesthetic and visual appeal.  Image of Iron Oxide
  • Kaolin Clay
    Kaolin Clay

    Used for centuries to absorb excess oil from the skin and act as a restorative agent. 

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  • Pumice Stone
    Pumice Stone

    A light grey, porous volcanic rock that floats. When ground down it is an excellent exfoliant. 

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  • Rhassoul Clay
    Rhassoul Clay

    A magnesium rich clay. Rhassoul Clay is full of metallic elements that carry a negative charge, drawing out the positively charged toxins, bonding to them and making it easy to simply wash them away. 

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  • Sodium Lactate
    Sodium Lactate

    Contains strong antimicrobial and humectant properties. Creates a harder, longer lasting soap bar. 

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  • Spirulina Powder
    Spirulina Powder
    Spirulina is a type of oceanic algae that contains large concentrations of vitamins and minerals, including the B complex vitamins. It is high in a specific and rare type of fatty acid called gamma linolenic acid that is found in very few substances on Earth. Image of Spirulina Powder
Essential Oils
  • Bergamot

    Smells of citrus and possesses a beautifully complex aroma with underlying floral and bitter characteristics. Antibacterial, antidepressant and antiseptic. Known for its ability to help balance oily skin. 

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  • Birch

    Sweet, sharp scent that is very fresh and similar to wintergreen (similar to root beer). Great for muscle aches, pains and inflammation.

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  • Black Pepper
    Black Pepper
    Sharp, spicy scent faintly reminiscent of Clove. Image of Black Pepper
  • Blood Orange
    Blood Orange

    A sweet citrus oil that is slightly tart with a complex aroma. Strong middle note cold pressed from the peel of the fruit. 

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  • Cedarwood

    A middle note of strong aroma, this oil has a sweet woody scent and is sometimes reminiscent of sandalwood. An oil that varies greatly in profile depending on its region of origin. Commonly used to treat acne, oily skin, dandruff, eczema, psoriasis, arthritis, circulation problems, water retention, coughs and congestion and sinusitis. It's many properties include antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, diuretic, expectorant, sedative (nervous), circulatory stimulant and fungicidal.

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  • Clove

    A warm spicy note that smells very much like the actual spice. 

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  • Eucalyptus

    Herbaceous scent with soft woody undertones. An excellent respiratory revitalizer and natural coolant upon skin contact. 

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  • Fir Needle
    Fir Needle
    A middle note of strong aroma, Fir Needle Essential Oil has the sharp crisp, clean scent of fir needles. Image of Fir Needle
  • Frankincense

    A classic base note with warm, spicy, smokey and woody aroma. 

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  • Ginger

    A middle note with warm, spicy scent with a hint of lemon pepper. 

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  • Juniper Berry
    Juniper Berry

    A middle note with a fresh, rich, balsamic scent reminiscent of pine needles crossed with fresh carrots. 

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  • Lavender

    Rich, dense, floral aroma ranging in dynamic depending on its region of origin. Differences in soil, altitude, precipitation and temperature contribute to subtle changes in its scent. 

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  • Lemongrass

    A fast growing, tall, aromatic perennial grass that grows up to 1.5 meters in height. A top note that has a fresh, earthy, lightly-citrusy scent, almost aqueous and clear. 

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  • Litsea Cubeba
    Litsea Cubeba

    A top note with a crisp herbaceous citrus smell. 

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  • Mandarin
    A top note with a light aroma, Mandarin has an intense, fresh scent characteristic of sweet oranges. Image of Mandarin
  • Neroli
    Neroli is one of the shining stars of the perfume industry, and has been for the past 500 years since it became a popular simple fragrance in Venice. This oil has a dry, heady scent. Thought to be one of the secret flavouring agents in Coca Cola.
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  • Nutmeg
    Nutmeg's scent is soft, spicy, and woody with a slightly musky note. Derived from an evergreen tree capable of growing 20 meters in height. It produces a fleshy red fruit that is then dried. The exterior husk is dried and produces Mace, while the seeds produce Nutmeg. Image of Nutmeg
  • Orange

    A middle note with a sweet citrus smell, cold pressed from the peel of the fruit. 

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  • Patchouli

    A base note with a distinct earthy aroma surrounded by light fruity notes. 

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  • Peppermint

    A strong and memorable aroma. It holds a sharp and penetrating scent based on its high menthol content. 

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  • Rosemary
    A top note with a strong aroma, Rosemary has a fresh, strong, medicinal, camphor, woody and herbal scent. An evergreen shrub with numerous branches, Rosemary's bark is ash-colored and scaly with leathery, thick leaves that are lustrous and dark green with white underneath. Image of Rosemary
  • Sage

    A middle note with a mild, fresh, earthy and flora aroma leaning slightly into herbaceous territory. 

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  • Sandalwood
    A rich, balsamic, sweet fragrance with delicate wood notes that add to its reputation as a luxurious and exquisite oil. A very rare oil, used mostly in a 3% dilution due to its lack of sustainability.  Image of Sandalwood
  • Spanish Marjoram
    Spanish Marjoram

    A middle note with a warm and spicy tone. 

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  • Spearmint

    A top note with a fresh minty smell reminiscent of a sweeter, more subtle peppermint. 

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  • Tea Tree
    Tea Tree

    A middle note with a fresh, slightly medicinal scent with woody, camphoraceous notes. 

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  • Vetiver

    A base note with strong earthy aroma characteristic of oils derived from roots. Distilled from the roots of a grass used in India and Sri Lanka for the creation of woven matting. 

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