I only choose oils and butters that give benefits for the skin, that's why all my soaps are also good to use for the face, except the potato leaning soap.


After a recipe is made, I carefully measure out all the ingredients by weight, and carefully add lye water to the oil then stick blend them until they look like thin pudding consistency.  Then I pour the soap batter into a soap mold, cover it and keep it undisturbed. After 24 hours or so, when the soap has somewhat solidified within soap mold and is hard enough to slice, I carefully measure and cut it into equal bars then lay the bars on a rack so that air can circulate around it. Usually after couple of days, I stamp the soap bars with my soap stamp.  The new soaps need to cure for 4-6 weeks.


I only use essential oils to scent my soap.  The cost is higher, but it's natural and also has its own beneficial properties.

Camellia Soap
Camellia Oil has been used for centuries for beauty of skin and hair in China and Japan. Geishas of Kyoto used to moisturize their skin and hair with camellia oil. Samurais wiped their swards with camellia oil to protect it from rusting and corrosion, which is an early evidence of its excellent antioxidant qualities.

Camellia oil has outstanding moisture and emollient properties and it is one of the lightest and fast absorbent plant oils. It penetrates skin as fast as water, leaving it supple and hydrated. The oil contains mono-saturated essential fatty acids and very high in Omega 9 fatty acid. Camellia oil contains vitamins, A, B, and E and one of the most precious constituent for skin such as phytosqualene. Squalene is a natural component of human sebum.

 

Coffee Soap

This soap was made with a triple strong pot of coffee and coffee grounds for exfoliation.The caffeine is known to help decreases cellulite. Coffee absorbs odors like garlic, onion and fish, it's great to use in the kitchen too.

 

Candy cane soap 

This soap was made with moisturizing olive oil, Shea butter and avocado oil and scented with Japanese peppermint essential Oil which has long been credited as being useful in combating stomach ailments. It is also viewed as an antispasmodic and antimicrobial agent. Because of its menthol content, it has cooling effect.

 

Calandula Soap

Calendula has long been recognized for use homoeopathic preparations in order to restore health. It is said to have antioxidant, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-fungal and regenerating properties, very suited for soothing a variety of skin complaints and has been proven to aid in wound healing. Because of its gentle enough to use on almost everyone from babies to grandmothers. But always do a small patch test first.

 

Shampoo Bar

This shampoo bar is for normal to dry hair. It contains high amount of moisturizing oil such as  avocado oil olive oil, shea butter, sweet almond oil and jojoba oil. After shampooing your hair, remember to rinse your hair with vinegar to close the cuticles.

 

Ginger Soap

This soap was made with fresh purée ginger. Ginger is known for its aphrodisiac, antioxidant and toning properties which contribute to radiant skin, also make your skin so soft.

 

Baby Soap

This baby carrot soap is gentle and mild, making it perfect for those with sensitive skin.

 

Potato Soap

This soap is good for laundry, dishes, also for washing your fruit, since it does not leave  chemical residue like detergent would have.

Tip: potatoes are effective at removing rust, by dipping a cut potato in baking soda then rub on the rusted area like cast iron pan, because the oxalic acid in potato reacts with baking soda to dissolve the hydrated iron oxides.

 

 

Did you know soap is actually a type of salt!

Tip: Soap will last longer if kept dry between use.

I only choose oils and butters that give benefits for the skin, that's why all my soaps are also good to use for the face, except the potato leaning soap.


After a recipe is made, I carefully measure out all the ingredients by weight, and carefully add lye water to the oil then stick blend them until they look like thin pudding consistency.  Then I pour the soap batter into a soap mold, cover it and keep it undisturbed. After 24 hours or so, when the soap has somewhat solidified within soap mold and is hard enough to slice, I carefully measure and cut it into equal bars then lay the bars on a rack so that air can circulate around it. Usually after couple of days, I stamp the soap bars with my soap stamp.  The new soaps need to cure for 4-6 weeks.


I only use essential oils to scent my soap.  The cost is higher, but it's natural and also has its own beneficial properties.