A glimpse of our handmade soap making process... We currently make nineteen various handmade soaps with scents to please almost every desire. Visit our scents page to explore which ones you and your loved ones might enjoy.
2 - We do not cook our soap, however the oils and butters are melted and all of the ingredients are brought to the same temperature before the blending process.
3 - The quality of your soap depends on the quality of your raw materials as well as your commitment to the process of soap making.
4 - There are no synthetic colorants in our soaps. Finely ground plant material provide texture and color.
5 - We use food grade plant oils and butters in all our recipes, no rendered animal fats. This is a differentiator to many commercial soaps which contain tallowate, aka, dead animal fat.
6 - Soap is created when oils and butters, sodium hydroxide and water are combined. We use chemical equations to calculate the exact formula for each batch.
7 - Local goats milk provide a luxurious ingredient adding additional emollients to the milk bars
8 - All batches are hand blended and cut. Each bar weighs about 4½ oz. We then package in boxes that we designed using herbs from our gardens. The logo was created from a local artist and friend.
9 - Our hand cut bars are cured for a minimum of 4 weeks producing a bar with a neutral pH. This is another of the differentiating properties of our soaps as many commercial soaps have a higher pH which may dry the skin.