I make 100% organic all vegetable soap, using oils such as olive, coconut, almond or avocado oil - just to name a few. Never using tallow, sulphates or chemicals. I use essential oils for scent (NEVER fragrance oils)
You never know what fabulous-scented soaps I have on the go, so please contact me if you are interested in purchasing or placing an order.
Check out the beautiful swirl on these Licorice-scented organic soaps!!
Olive & coconut oils, activated charcoal, and essential oil of Star Anise. Smells WONDERFUL!!!
Rosemary-Peppermint soap, with Olive, Coconut and Castor Oils. Spirulina, and crushed peppermint leaves. Essential Oils of peppermint, Rosemary & Sage. What a great scent!
Using raw honey, oats, almond milk, olive, coconut & castor oil SO GOOD for troubled skin like psoriasis/eczema!
When someone gifts you beer - and you don't drink, what do you do with it!? You make BEER SOAP of course :)
Organic Malt Beer, shea and cocoa butters, olive oil, beeswax. This is the natural color from the beer.....what a great bar!! Did you know Hops, an ingredient in beer, contains skin softening amino acids which can soothe irritated & inflamed skin? The brewer's yeast in beer acts as an antibacterial agent, great for combating acne. Beer also contains vitamin B and other essential vitamins. Who knew?
Cocobee Lip Balm
Organic, handmade lip balms. Great for moisturizing dry/chapped lips. wonderfully silky balm made with Coconut oil, shea butter. vitamin E, & beeswax..Lots of great healing properties in these balms!
All natural, of course!
Measuring out the essential oils
SLOWLY adding the lye crystals to the water
Temperature reads 174.2 degrees F! VERY HOT!! This will need to cool down to 110 degrees F. before I add this to my melted oils.
Once the lye and oils have reached the correct temperatures, they get mixed together until they get to a pudding-like consistency. This is called 'trace'.
Raw soap. This gets poured into a mold for 24 hours, then cured for 4-6 weeks. It's a long process but so worth it!