Handmade Natural Soap Ingredients

Aloe Vera

History has shown us that Aloe Vera is one of the oldest mentioned plants on record due to its medicinal properties and health benefits, such as skin treatments, moisturizing and hydrates the skin. Aloe Vera contains natural vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and minerals.


Calendula is a herb where the pedals are infused in oil and used in skin care. Calendula is a well-known homeopathy skin soothing herb which is very helpful for soothing irritated skin and dryness. It contains vitamin A along with-it natural properties are useful for treating various things such as dry skin and eczema.

Coconut Milk

Coconut milk is rich and pure and contains lots of fatty acids. And is formulated to clean deep by removing impurities and dirt, while maintaining natural skin hydration. Coconut milk contains vitamin E, C, B1, B3, B5, B6, minerals, iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus that nourishes for smoother and healthier skin.

Goats Milk

Goats milk is great for people with sensitive and dry skin and it helps keep the balance of a healthy skin. Goats milk contains Alpha-hydroxy and lactic acid that helps with removing dead skin cells from the skins surface. It contains vitamin A which is necessary to repair skin tissue.

Colloidal Oatmeal

Oatmeal is grounded and then suspended in liquid to turn it into colloidal oatmeal. By grinding the oatmeal with this process, it allows the oatmeal to be easily absorbed in the skin which helps the effectiveness at protecting and soothing the skin. Colloidal oatmeal binds your skin and forms a protective barrier along with helping keep in the moisture.


Charcoal makes a great detoxifying scrub and masks. The active charcoal is fantastic for oily skin since the charcoal ability to absorb oils and dirt from pores leaving the skin clean and balanced. Active charcoal might not be good for people with dry skin since it could dry the skin too much.

Moroccan Clay

Morrocan red clay is known as Rhassoul clay and comes from the Atlas Mountains region in Morocco. This mineral is a rich clay and is used to enhance skin and hair for centuries. The clay is used as a cleanser and helps detoxifying the skin. Morrocan clay has several benefits like it contains the highest contest of calcium, silica, potassium and magnesium.

French Green Clay

French green clay benefits normal to oily skin types because of it also rejuvenating, healing, and tightening the pores and removes impurities. When the clay is used in soaps, they removed oil and impurities and leave the skin feeling cleansed.

Bentonite Clay

The Bentonite Clay is unique since it can composition and absorb negatively charged toxins. People have been using calcium bentonite clay for centuries to detoxify the skin and improve skin tone. Bentonite clay comes from the Death Valley in California and is used to tighten and revitalize the skin. Apply this natural clay to your face and leave on for about 5 to 20 minutes depending on the sensitivity of your skin.

Rose Clay

Rose clays benefits the skin. Most clays have the ability to absorb impurities from the skin such as oil, dirt, and make up. Most clays can exfoliate the skin to have a youthful look and can gradually reduce the appearance of pores. Rose clay is also good for sensitive skin and it has a gentle cleaning action. But if you have very dry skin this might not be for you because it could be too harsh.


Soaps containing glycerin are gentler on the skin than most soaps. Glycerin soaps also has a lower pH than most soaps which helps the skin retain its natural moisture. The purpose of glycerin in soaps is that is has humectant which absorbs water from the air and thus attracts moisture to your skin. Its is also a natural product in handmade soaps.

Sea Clay

Sea clay is great for skin care since it helps with moisturizing and hydrating the skin. The clay can also help with acne, eczema, psoriasis and other impurifications. Like most clays, sea clay is great for oily skin since it absorbs the toxins in the skin.

Brazilian Purple Clay

Purple Brazilian clay is one of the more used and popular clays in soaps. It is used as a colorant and loved because of its lathering properties. It also can help prevent impurities form absorbing into the skin. The clay is also used to help make healthier skin cells. This clay has zinc, copper, selenium, magnesium properties.

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