ingredients

I use natural materials because they are more delicate and do not irritate the skin, and are more environmentally friendly.

Here are the materials I use to produce cosmetics:

oils and butters:

  • Argan oil: rejuvenates the skin, is rich in omega-6 and omega-9 unsaturated fats, vitamin E and antioxidants.
  • Coconut oil: adds lather and firmness to the soap while moisturizing the skin.
  • Cocoa butter: contains polyphenols, i.e. antioxidants that slow down the aging process of the skin.
  • Mango butter: soothes itchy skin, can be used in the care of children’s skin.
  • Shea butter: natural emollient, moisturizes and cares for the skin, adding a creamy texture to the soap.
  • Jojoba oil: has antibacterial and antifungal properties, ensures firmness and elasticity of the skin.
  • Sunflower seed oil: nourishes, regenerates, has anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Avocado seed oil: has a strong moisturizing effect, which ensures a fresh and young appearance of the skin, also protects against the harmful effects of UV radiation.
  • Raspberry seed oil: soothes the unpleasant effects of not protecting the skin against UV light. It soothes irritations and accelerates skin regeneration.
  • Grape seed oil: moisturizes and nourishes, it protects our body and hair from dehydration.
  • Olive oil: rich in moisturizing properties, helps to maintain the natural moisture of the skin.
  • Castor oil: lubricates and protects, thanks to which it softens and allows water to be retained in the deep layers of the skin.

essential oils:

  • Cinnamon: has a bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effect,
  • Citrus: have toning and astringent properties,
  • Geranium: antiseptic, bactericidal, and also affects the nervous system by calming,
  • Clove: has antibacterial properties, improves well-being and adds energy,
  • Lavender: minimizes states of nervous tension, calms and relaxes,
  • Lemongrass: anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, accelerates the healing process,
  • Ylang ylang: tones, relaxes, balances hormone levels.

clays:

Refresh your skin by thoroughly cleansing, fighting imperfections, and fighting bacteria. They regenerate the skin, soothe and improve skin elasticity. It removes dead epidermis and stimulates tissue regeneration.

water:

We use it to process the lye that has been mixed with the oils. This water then evaporates from the soap during the 4-6 week cure.

natural glycerine:

Naturally occurring during saponification. It is sometimes referred to as the strongest moisture magnet. It helps protect the skin from environmental sources of irritation and makes dry skin incredibly soft and supple.

sodium hydroxide:

In other words, caustic soda, which is an essential ingredient to make real soap. A bar made without lye is not really soap, and when soap manufacturers say “we don’t use lye”, what they really mean is that they use a ready-made soap base, the so-called “melt and pour”, in which the lye was initially only reacted during the entire process. Lye has been used for centuries. Every time a recipe is professionally formulated, the lye will completely disappear during saponification while turning beautiful oils and butters into real soap.

others:

  • Active carbon
  • Chlorella
  • Cocoa
  • Ground coffee, coffee beans
  • Spices
  • Dried fruits
  • Dried flower petals

To avoid allergic reactions, I recommend testing a new soap on a small area of skin before applying it to the whole body.