FAQ 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.