Aurora is a stunning, swirling blend of coconut milk, bergamot, black pepper, cinnamon leaf, jasmine, tonka bean, cypress, cedarwood, and musk. It’s cozy out in space.
Avocado oil is jam packed with vitamins and nutrients that do wonders for the skin. Vitamin E, potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients in avocado work together to nourish and moisturize the skin. The antioxidants and vitamins in avocado oil may help to heal the dry, irritated, and flaky skin a...
Although perhaps not as exciting or expensive as some of the other oils we use, canola oil is just as important for the physical properties it brings to our soap. Canola oil has an oleic acid content similar to olive oil but also has a much higher linoleic acid content. The result is an extremely co...
Coconut oil is a digestible oil extracted from the Cocos Nucifera palm tree. It contains High amounts of Lauric Acid which may have antibacterial properties. It has strong humectant and emollient properties which makes it an excellent full body moisturizer. As a humectant it helps increase the moist...
The use of Palm Oil can be traced back to West Africa 5000 years ago, at which time evidence suggests it was used as a staple food crop. It is believed that Arab traders introduced Palm Oil to Egypt, where Egyptians applied it topically to relieve muscular aches and pains. Considered to be sacred, c...
Most shea butter comes from the shea trees located in West Africa. It is a very creamy fat that has been used for cosmetic and therapeutic skin care uses for thousands of years.
Shea butter is packed with many vitamins and minerals that are important for healthy skin. Shea butter nourishes the sk...
Essential oils are extracted directly from plants and contain no additives. Essential oils are pure extractions and are not combined with anything else (they do not even include another carrier oil). Depending on the essen...
Activated charcoal, simply, is carbon. It is created from burning carbon-rich materials at high temperatures, for example, wood, coconut shells or coal, are burned at a high temperature down to a powder. The charcoal powder is then typically charred with some additional material, such as chloride sa...
Oxides are a naturally-occurring minerals that are used as extremely vibrant, opaque matte pigments. All oxides used in products that come in contact with skin are required to be synthesized in labs, because oxides found in nature can co-occur with other harmful materials like heavy metals. Lab-made...