Yes it is a more gentle alternative to commercial detergents, use products that tea-tree, rosemary and lavender for their antibacterial properties
Kind of, they don’t go bad as in grow bacteria etc, but the rich oils can go rancid which is a spoiling of oils that reduces their benefit to the skin. A sign of that is orange spots on your bar. When that happens, throw the bar away.
Yes. Soap by nature and definition contains a strong alkaline that is combined with oils. It’s not soap if it doesn’t have lye.
The high alkaline pH of natural soaps makes them efffective gem killers, helping deter skin disease and infections.
Not sure about other makers, but our bars are better for your skin due to the premium quality ingredients used. They are also better for the environment as they are leave no trace once washed down the sink. You can read more about why they are better in this blog post
Shea Butter, Sodium Olivate (Olive Olive + Sodium Hydroxyde), Water, Castor Oil, Coconut Oil, Essential Oil, Plant based biodegradable extracts/ botanicals. – Nothing else.
Use only water the first 12 weeks after birth, then use an unscented bar diluted to wash the baby. Follow with a whipped butter or nourishing oil.
Yes, the free roaming oils in our bars makes them super nourishing and excellenct for dry skin conditons like ezcema.
Any one of our shea bars is good for ezcema, Plain Jane, Field of Dreams, Spring Fling and St Clements are espeically gentle.
Soap is not gendered so any one of our bars is suitable for men’s skincare needs. A lot of men do like Muddy Waters due to its woodsey floral notes.
Plain Jane was specially formualted to soothe and noutrish sensitive skin. Made using our signiture bled of oils and butters, the high shea butter content has peotent skin benefits liek reducing inflammation, soothing irretation and moisturising the skin without clogging the pores. Ideal for all skin types but extra benfitial for sensitive types.