What's in your soap?

por Ryan Williams en October 30, 2021

While you can't pronounce what's in "commercial' soaps. There may be a few things in ours you may not be familiar with.

1) Sodium Hydroxide also known as lye, is an essential ingredient in the soap-making process. When sodium hydroxide is mixed with a liquid, a lye solution is created.

This solution, when mixed with fats and oils, will cause a chemical reaction called saponification. The result of saponification is beautiful handmade soap!

2) Sodium Lactate is most often made by the fermentation of a sugar, which can come from corn or beets.  We use sodium lactate derived from corn. The fermentation product, lactic acid, is neutralized to create sodium lactate.  It creates a longer lasting and harder bar of soap.

3) Kaolin Clay This all-natural ingredient filled with essential minerals, is used as a cleanser and exfoliator.  It also has many other benefits including.

Absorbs Extra Oil

Kaolin clay absorbs extra oil from your skin’s surface, keeping your pores unclogged. It only controls the excess sebum production on your skin surface and does not affect its natural oil level.

Natural Cleanser

Kaolin clay has cleansing properties that can remove dirt and impurities from your skin pores that lead to acne breakouts. It is gentle to use on your skin, and cleans your skin without making it dry and dull.


Kaolin clay is an excellent exfoliator. It can remove even the tiniest quantities of dirt, pollutants and bacteria from your skin, helping to keep your acne problems at bay.

Soothes Your Skin

Kaolin clay has soothing qualities that can calm your irritated skin caused by insect bite or any skin rash. It has mild healing properties that help to soothe any type of irritation and redness on your skin.

Evens Out Your Skin Tone

This clay stimulates your skin cells and makes your skin tone even. If you use it regularly, you may see a noticeable change in your skin tone.

If you have any questions about our soap leave a comment or send us a message!


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