It wasn't till the Seventh Century did soapmakers appear in Spain and Italy where soap was made with goat fat and Beech tree ashes. During the same period, the French started using olive oil to make soap. Eventually, fragrances were introduced and specialized soaps for bathing, shaving, shampooing, and laundry began to appear.
A soap-like material found in clay cylinders during the excavation of ancient Babylon is evidence that soapmaking was known as early as 2800 B.C. While Great Grandma may have used lye made with wood ash and hand blended oils and lye for hours to form soap, we use a little bit of modern technology to assist us but still maintain the authenticity of natural soap making using quality ingredients in a sanitized and earthy friendly way.
Our Process :
We make finely handcrafted soaps made with nourishing oils, clays, all natural colorants and skin loving nature derived additives like herbs teas, coffees, milks and creams.
Our soaps are made the old fashioned way, by mixing lye with pure and organic oils infused with botanicals and clays, butters, and fats with essential oil blends, herbs, and natural colorants. Every batch is handmade and with it comes the special attention to details. This makes every detail pop and no one soap is identical to the other.
Once you go handcrafted soaps you can never go back. We have a large variety of soaps to choose from. One for every skin type and occasion.