Clay and geranium soap
ingredients: Virgin olive oil, castor oil, shea butter, organic coconut oil, kaolin clay, essential oil of geranium, caustic soda, water.
It’s mild enough even for dry skin, as it’s creamy texture helps to soften and soothe skin. White clay is good to use for sensitive skin. Clay are the perfect natural detoxifier, acting as natural magnet to remove toxins. Clays also mildly exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells.
Shea butter and vanilla soap:
ingredients: Shea butter, virgin olive oil, organic coconut oil, vanilla essential oil, caustic soda, water.
The concentration of natural vitamins and fatty acids in shea butter makes it incredibly nourishing and moisturising for skin. it’s often used to keep skin dry and protect it.
Curcuma and lavender soap
ingredients: Shea butter, organic coconut oil, virgin olive oil, lavender essential oil, caustic soda, water. Aside from its use in natural coloring soap, turmeric also support skin health. A relative of ginger, turmeric roots contain the natural healing compound curcumin. It gives tumeric its color but also helps speed up the healing of wounds and skin infections. It can also give your skin a healthy glow. sed to keep skin dry and help protect it.
ingredients: organic coconut oil, essential oil, essential oil of coconut, caustic soda water. It cleans your skin so well that it strips the oils off of your skin making it feel dry. Coconut oil itself is good for your skin and having a extra 20%extra oil in the soap mitigates the “drying” effect, resulting in a bar that’s really mild and good for your skin.
Coffee scrub soap:
Ingredients: organic coconut oil, castor oil, virgin coconut oil, coffee, caustic soda.
Using an exfoliating scrub rich in coffee, coconut oil as many health benefits to your skin such as the caffeine found in coffee scrubs typically increases blood flow and may reduce the appearance of cellulite and give your skin a more even tone.