Complete List of


olive oil

One of the main ingredients in soaps. This oil is very moisturizing and has antibacterial properties with an array of vitamins (A, D, E and K). It has antioxidant action on the skin and may help prevent UVB-induced skin damage and skin cancer.

coconut oil

Second most important ingredient in soap. Coconut oil is very cleansing and moisturizing, it can help reduce inflammation and help heal wounds. It possess antimicrobial properties that help treat acne and protects skin from harmful bacteria.

shea butter

High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make Shea butter an ideal ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using Shea butter on the body, and especially on the face, can condition, tone and soothe your skin.

cocoa butter

The fat in the cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin and holds in moisture. It is rich in natural substances that improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging by protecting against damage from the UV rays.

mango butter

Mango butter is known to bust skin’s luster and natural radiance while reducing the appearance of dark spots. Along with softening and soothing properties, it cleanses skin’s surface of impurities and unclogs pores.

castor oil

Castor oil is known for its antibacterial properties. It helps to reduce puffiness and contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. It can sooth sunburn and dry skin. It is also promote overall skin health.

almond oil

Reduces puffiness and under-eye circles and improves complexion and skin tone. Almond oil has been used for centuries to treat dry skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. The oil’s fatty acid content helps reduce acne by dissolving excess oil on the skin, while the retinoids in the oil may reduce the appearance of acne and improve cell turnover. It can help in reducing appearance of scars and stretch marks and help reverse sun damage.

avocado oil

Avocado oil is high in Vitamin E, potassium, lecithin and many other nutrients which can nourish and moisturize skin. It promotes collagen production and accelerates healing process, helping with issues like sunburn. It can help with eczema, psoriasis and acne, reduce wrinkles and signs of aging.

neem oil

Neem oil is high in Vitamin E and great at healing dry cracked skin by penetrating deep into it. It looks in moisture to smooth out the skin texture. It is naturally anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, so it is great at removing bacteria that can cause acne. It also soothes redness and and known to reduce acne scars. It promotes collagen production, reduces free radicals in the skin and keeps yurt skin supple. It evens out skin tone and reduces inflammation for eczema as well as relieved dry itchy skin. Great for evening out hyperventilation of the skin. Neem oil does have a very specific smell and is only used sparely.

JoJoba oil

Jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help to tame chaffing and chapping, reduces redness caused by drying , ease the effects of eczema and rosaucea, and keeps skin calm and comfortable. Vitamins E and B-complex help in skin repair and damage control

palm oil

Palm oil restores hydration to the skin, preventing farther dryness by sealing moisture. Good for sensitive skin, it effectively nourishes areas affected by eczema, psoriasis, and stretch marks. The antioxidants in oil boost immunity and delay the onset of wrinkles.  It is one of the most controversial oils! It is important to use sustainable sourced oil as it is widely used oil in cosmetic industry and could lead to deforestation.

grapeseed oil

Grapeseed oil is excellent at treating acne prone skin, makes skin softer and more elastic. It is high in omega-6 fatty acids which adds in fortifying the skin barrier and helps reduce water loss from the skin and help heal acne.


Oatmeal can soak up the excessive oil on your skin and help treat acne. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to treat the dry skin and remove dead skin cells. Oats are also natural cleaners, they remove the dirt and oil that clog the pours and exfoliate the skin.

donkey milk

Donkey milk has powerful anti-ageing and healing properties as it contains essential fatty acids. These fatty acids lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and help to regenerate damages skin. It is also effective in healing and soothing minor skin abrasions.

beer and cider

Beer in soap produces a very nice lather and feels smooth and silky on your skin. Hopes are known to contain skin-softening amino acids, which can help to sooth irritated skin, and the brewers yeast used in making beer has antibacterial properties, which are said to help in the fight against acne.


Calamine lotion is used often to teat and relieve itching caused by minor skin irritations. It can also ease reaction to poisonous plants and insect bites. It is composed of zinc oxide and iron oxide. It is sebum-reducing and could help with acne. Calamine often used to heal chickenpox, treat diaper rashes, help manage hives and scabies, provide relieve from sunburn. It may also help manage eczema and psoriasis.


Calendula oils has anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial properties that are useful in healing wounds, soothing eczema, rosacea, breakouts and skin sensitivity. Calendula has a soothing effects on all types of skin.

activated charcoal

Actuated charcoal effectively cleanses the skin, unclogs pores, removes impurities, and dead skin ells. The result is smooth, supple, and even-toned skin. Dirt, toxins, heavy metals, chemicals, and other poisons are attracted to the charcoal molecules and washed away.


Chamomile possesses many powerful skin properties such as anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antibacterial, antiseptic, and contains essential oils and antioxidants. Additionally, is hypoallergenic and helps reduce skin irritants by neutralizing free radicals.


Dandelion is often used in skincare for its refining, soothing, and anti-aging benefits. It includes vitamins A, C and E, all of which possesses powerful antioxidants and protects skin against free radical damage and signs of aging by boosting collagen production and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It also contains magnesium, and zinc which helps detoxify skin, and anti-inflammatory properties to help irritation, making it great for soothing acne-prone skin.


Burdock root has long been used to treat skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, and eczema. The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of the root can help resolve many skin issues. The vitamins and minerals of burdock root can reverse signs of aging, sooth acne and eczema, and even detox your blood.


Turmeric is an instant glow-booster. Its antioxidant properties have the power to brighten skin, including stubborn under-eye circles and dark spots. It reduces redness and inflammation. Its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial properties pack a punch when it comes to combating acne-causing bacteria and taking the gunk of of clogged pore. In addition, turmeric calms your skin and works to fade hormonal acne scars and dark spots.

himalayan pink salt

This salt is a natural antiseptic and disinfectant. It is good for disinfecting acne-prone skin and will kill off acne causing bacteria, which helps to reduce breakouts, especially those dreaded blackheads.

titanium dioxide

Titanium dioxide is an inert Earth mineral readily available all over the Earth. In soap, it is used for its  whitening properties, creating a lighter colored product. It protects skin from UVA and UVB radiation and is considered no risk of skin sensitivity. Because it is gentle, titanium dioxide is great as a sunscreen for sensitive, redness-prone skin.


Bentonite and Kaolin clays are natural clays with a fine, soft texture. It is used to treat rashes and acne. It removes impurities from the skin such as oils and toxins. Bentonite is a light great color clay and often used as a natural colorant for gray and green shades. Kaolin clay gives a natural pink to red colors to the soap.

vitamin e

Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It is an antioxidant, making if effective at combating the effects of free radicals produced by the metabolism of food and toxins in the environment. It is beneficial at reducing UV damage to the skin.