Chamomile - soothing, healing and gentle with ground chamomile flowers because they're pretty
Cinnamon & Orange - warming and uplifting
Tea Tree & Peppermint - healing and revitalising
Chamomile & Geranium - total relaxation
Black Pepper & Ginger - deeply warming for tired muscles, helps fatigue
Tantra - Rose, Ylang Ylang & Patchouli, indulgence in a bar
Gardener's Soap - Lavender & Marjoram with exfoliating pumice powder and poppy seeds
Lavender - simple, healing, sweet smelling Lavender
Ylang Ylang & Lime - indulgent Ylang Ylang & zingy Lime
Boy's Blend - earthy Clary Sage & sharp Lime
Unscented castile - mild and creamy, made with 80% olive oil
Egyptian House Blend - invigorating Basil & Rosemary
elais guineensis; cocos nucifera; theobroma cacao; olea europaea; aqua; sodium hydroxide (converted during saponification to leave no traces); essential oils; mineral clay & dried herbs for colour.
(the exception beding Castile Soap: 80% olea europaea); cocos nucifera; theobroma cacao; aqua; sodium hydroxide (converted during saponification to leave no traces)
Supplier’s Soap making explanation for the technically minded...
We use oil as the base for our soaps and then add a teeny bit of water and caustic soda (bear with us here, as scary as that sounds, no traces are left in the bar after the 8 week curing process). In our method, none of the raw ingredients (the oils basically) are ever boiled or cooked so that all of the beneficial properties are kept during the process. The function of the caustic is to alter the oil molecules to effectively change them, making them into two totally new things altogether, soap (saponified oil) and glycerine. Commercial soaps have been famous for drying out our skins because the glycerin has been removed to sell to you in a moisturiser instead. We leave the glycerin in - then, crucially, add extra moisturising oils - so your skin isn't at all stripped by the process but is instead cleaned and moisturised. This is why we choose this long winded, labour intensive and time consuming way of making soaps instead of using brightly coloured cheap melt and pour soaps; traditional soaps really are better for you.