What Soaps Should You Choose?

As you may have heard before, there are many roads to Rome. Which means, there are lots of ways to get from point “A” to point “B”. And Soaps are no different. There are many ways to add different ingredients to your soap. When we decide to make a particular soap, we don’t just add whatever is in the back of the shop, we first decide what ingredients work well together and what type of soap we want to make.

We Never use Coconut Oil because it has been known to dry your skin. Big Soap companies try to promote the coconut oil, but only because it is cheaper than good oils that help to hydrate your skin. After all, their main goal is to sell more soap to make bigger profit margins. We prefer that you are happy with our soap. We may not sell as much soap, but we are content knowing that you will enjoy the soap and thus will buy again because of that.

Below I have gathered a short list of ingredients that we use and what benefits it has. This might help you to decide which types of soaps you want or need for your family.

The Benefits Of Turmeric Soap

Anti-ageing, Brightens the complexion, Helps with a variety of common skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema. Is known for wound healing, and helping with acne, and acne scarring.

Oatmeal Soap Leaves Your Skin Clean and Exfoliated

Not only does oatmeal clean the skin, it also gently exfoliates the dead skin cells, which leaves your skin looking fresh and revived. This perfect combination of cleansing and exfoliation is gentle enough to be used on your face and all over the body.

Goat Milk Moisturizes the skin

Goat milk soap is less allergenic than synthetically loaded commercial soaps and detergents. It is known that goats milk can reduce skin inflammation, and soothes dry and damaged skin. Goats milk soap can reduce wrinkles and delay signs of skin aging. Its natural emollients and triglycerides moisturizes the skin.


Grapeseed oil promote moisture retention in both the skin and hair. It’s also known for facilitating wound healing and is an effective emulsifier in the formulation of soaps and quick-drying oils. Grapeseed oil also exhibits anti-inflammatory properties and helps soothe acne and reduce chances of future outbreaks.

Benefits of Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet almond oil is well suited to your skin. It contains the following nutrients: B-complex vitamins, Vitamin E and A, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, and essential minerals such as: Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Selenium and Zinc. It also contains Omega-3 fatty acids: These nutrients may help prevent premature aging and safeguard against sun damage. Zinc: This is an essential nutrient for healing acne or other facial scars

Tallow Benefits in Soap

Tallow soap is rich in oleic acid, a known skin conditioner. It also contains a similar fat content to human skin making it easy for our skin to absorb. This is why tallow soaps are a great source of vitamins and nutrients for our skin.

Benefits of Olive Oil

Olive oil soap is moisturizing. It also is packed with powerful antioxidants and vitamins. And Olive oil also acts as a makeup remover.

So, as you can see, there are many ingredients to choose from, yet we have only scratched the surface. Perhaps I’ll work on a more complete list in the future, but for now, at least you are better informed.

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