Today, people often use fragrances to set a mood–from a calming atmosphere to a more romantic vibe, burning a candle or using your favorite scented soap can help to accomplish that goal.
From the fixed oils in our bases to the herbs, clays and essential oils used for scent and color, we maintain strict plant-based, cruelty-free standards.
Natural soap means all ingredients are derived from plants. That’s the standard we use when calling our own soap “all natural.”
Before a soap can be great – much less best – it has to be fundamentally sound. The chemistry of the base has to be right.
What’s the difference between Cold-Process, Glycerin and Melt-and-Pour Soap? Answering all the questions.
You hear the terms all the time in soapmaking. They’re both important to the process and they’re both the subjects of questions we hear frequently.
Here are discussions of three terms related to soapmaking that don’t come up as often as we think they would.
The very thing that makes liquid soap foam – the pump dispenser – is what makes it more expensive.
It’s not what most people think it is. In fact, our organic Foaming Soap is not what we thought at first.