OILS and FATS
Grass Fed tallow – Our cows are humanely raised right here on our rural indiana farm, where they have acres of pasture. Nine months out of the year they eat an organic grass fed diet, the remaining three months they eat a grass hay grown on the property.
Our pasture raised tallow gives the soap a creamy texture and is easily absorbed into the skin. Tallow not only makes the soap creamy and nourishing it also makes a hard bar of soap that lasts a long time.
Avocado Oil – This oil is very moisturizing and has an abundance of vitamins A, D and E, as well as lecithin, potassium and amino acids. Avocado Oil is said to help dry or sun damaged skin.
Buriti Oil- Aids in rebuilding and re-hydrating and moisturizing skin. It is easily absorbed and reduces lines and wrinkles.
Castor Oil – Used to maintain moisture in the skin. It is absorbed easily, keeping your skin soft.
Cocoa Butter – Treats eczema, dermatitis and stretch marks. It is rich in vitamin E, which hydrates, soothes and provides collagen to the skin.
Coconut Oil – Provides a natural alternative to chemical moisturizers. It is sometimes used to treat acne.
Mango Butter – Softens and soothes the skin. It contains anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Neem oil up to 75% of Ayurvedic remedies have some form of neem in them. Neem is high in vitamin E, and an excellent moisturizer. It is soothing to dry cracked and damaged skin.
Olive Oil – Holds moisture to the skin while making a soap with a conditioning lather.
Shea Butter – Rich in vitamins A, E and F. Shea creates a protective but breathable layer on the skin. It absorbs easily and is good for dry skin, rashes, itchy skin, eczema, burns and bites.
Tamanu oil- Has amazing regenerative abilities which make it great for younger looking skin and scar reduction. It has antiseptic and antiviral properties. You can read more about it here.