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Ingredients

Bath Salts – Epson Salts, Baking Soda, Dead Sea Salts, Coconut Oil

These ingredients are combined with fragrance oils/essential oils to create a relaxing, muscle soothing bath. This product is dye free and can be sprinkled in an empty tub to scent your bathroom when entertaining guests. At the end of the evening run the water for a bath and relax in the pre-added salts.

 

 

Bath Bombs and Bath Fizzies – Baking Soda, Coconut Oil, Corn Starch, Citric Acid

These ingredients are combined with fragrance oils/essential oils for a skin softening, fragrant soak.


Glycerin Soaps - This is the wonderful vegetable oil glycerin soap. INCI Ingredients: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) Oil, Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin), Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol (moisturizer), Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier), Glycine Soja Protein (conditioner), Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soaps). (please see definitions below),

 

 

Loofah Soaps – Large and small loofahs contain: Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) Oil, Glycerin, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Glycine Soja Protein, Titanium Dioxide, untreated loofahs, fragrance oils/essential oils and soap dye.


Goats Milk Soap - INCI Ingredients: Caprae Lac (Goats Milk), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Oil, Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) Oil, Glycerin, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Glycine Soja Protein, Titanium Dioxide.

 

 

 

Lotion Sticks & Lotion Bars – Shea Butter, Palm Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sunflower, Caster Oil, Vitamin E, Stearic Acid Wax (soy bean derived), fragrance/essential oils. All ingredients are derived from plants that are grown without pesticides.

Lip Balms - Shea Buter, Grapeseed Oil, Jojoba Oil, White Beeswax and lip balm flavorings.

 

 

Coconut Oil
- Comes from coconut palm tree "Cocos Nucifera". Coconut oil makes a very white, hard bar of soap with a fluffy lather.

Mango Butter (Mangifera Indica) - comes from the seed of the mango. Mango butter is well known to assist wound healing, skin regeneration, the reduction of scars, and treatment on burns. It is also reputed to be effective against UV radiation.

Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii) - comes from the seed of the Karite tree. Shea butter is well known to assist skin dryness (ie. dermatitis and eczema and burns) and melts at skin temperatures, making it ideal for lip and body balms.

 

 

Ingredient Definitions:

Sodium Hydroxide:   Sodium hydroxide consists of sodium and hydroxide. Sodium hydroxide is the alkalai that has traditionally been used to make soap, ever since it became widely available, starting around 1791. It has been called caustic soda and lye.  "When caustic soda is added to fat, glycerin separates out, leaving sodium oleate, ...which is soap."The Materials Handbook, 11th Edition, Brady and Clauser,1 page 715 (The Materials Handbook, an Encyclopedia for Managers, Technical Professionals, Purchasing and Production Managers, Technicians, Supervisors, and Foremen, 11th Edition, by George S Brady and Henry R Clauser, McGraw-Hill, © 1951-1977)  This appears to be the traditional "definition" of soap.

Sorbitol:  Sorbitol, also known as glucitol, is a sugar alcohol that the human body metabolises slowly.  Sorbitol is found in apples, pears, peaches, and prunes.

Saponification:  is a process that produces soap, usually from fats and lye. In technical terms, saponification involves base (usually NaOH) hydrolysis of triglycerides, which are esters of fatty acids, to form the sodium salt of a carboxylates. In addition to soap, such traditional saponification processes produces glycerol. "Saponifiable substances" are those that can be converted into soap. (Wikipedia)

Emulsifier:  Generally, any ingredient used to bind together normally noncombinative substances, such as oil and water. Egg yolks contain a natural emulsifier (lecithin) and are used to thicken and bind sauces (such as hollandaise), as well as to bind ingredients in baking.

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