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We select the best ingredients for our soaps. Some are classics that you can find in any other soap, while others are premium natural plant oils, extracts and particles that are commonly found in high quality cosmetic compositions, creams and serums for skin care. We believe that the soap that people use multiple times a day is the most important skin care product and should be formulated with the best ingredients that not only cleanse the skin, but also nourish and protect it. Last but not least, we use scents that make hand washing a real pleasure!

Our Ingredients

Aesculus Hippocastanum (horse chestnut) Extract: Horse Chest Nut Extract is obtained from the seeds of the Horse Chestnut Tree (Aesculus Hippocastanum). It contains a class of compounds called aescin which in turn consist of saponins. Saponins are powerful anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and skin softening elements. Aescin also helps to stabilize skin collagen and elastin, reduce water retention and assist in epidermis capillary protection.

Alfa-Isomethyl Ionone: Alpha-isomethyl ionone is a synthetically made and naturally occurring organic compound found in Brewer’s yeasts. It is a colorless fragrance material with a powdery, woody and floral scent, very similar to violet and orris. It has been identified by European Union scientific bodies as a potential skin sensitizer.

Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Extract: Aloe Barbadensis or Aloe Vera is a cactus-like plant that is part of the Liliaceae family and contains vitamin B complex, folic acid, vitamin C and carotene. It was widely used in many ancient civilizations to treat and heal burns, wounds, frostbite, psoriasis, inflammation and cold sores. It is also applied topically as an antiseptic and a moisturizer. Aloe can help soothe the skin and act as an anti-inflammatory agent. When applied topically, the compound aloin in aloe vera blocks up to 30% of the UV rays and protects the skin from sun damage.

Amyl Cinnamal: UA perfume ingredient whose main function is to add fragrance to a product. It has a floral scent reminiscent of jasmine. Naturally occurs in plants.

Aqua (Water): Filtered drinking quality water from Pyrenean springs.

Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil (Argan oil): Argan oil is made from the kernels that grow on the argan trees native to Morocco. Argan oil has traditionally been used topically to improve the health of skin, hair, and nails. It contains a number of different beneficial properties and vitamins that form a powerful combination to boost skin health. The antioxidant activity in argan oil helps protect the skin against free radical damage caused by the sun. This prevents burns and hyperpigmentation. Argan oil is perhaps most commonly used as a moisturizer, it contains a large number of healing properties, including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Both help reduce symptoms for a number of different inflammatory skin conditions like psoriasis and rosacea.

Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Extract: Oat (Avena sativa) is a species of cereal grain of the grass family Poaceae, probably originated from Asia. Avena sativa is a centuries-old topical treatment for a variety of skin barrier conditions, including eczema, psoriasis, acne and dry, itchy skin. Used for its anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and soothing properties on the skin. Oat kernel extract acts as natural skin cleanser, removes dirt and oil from the skin, diminishes the pores, effective fights dull skin, lightens and improves tone and smooths texture of skin. Avena Sativa extract can help skin with it’s anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, moisturizing, antibacterial, and antioxidant effects. This is a stellar for maintaining the skin barrier’s integrity, protecting the skin from environmental stressors, and reducing redness or scaliness in the skin.

Beer: Beer is rich in Selenium and glutatione, which are well-known antioxidants and help your skin to keep soft and young. Cysteine and vitamin B3 are two of the amino acid of the beer yeast, which influence the formation of keratin, the main ingredient of the hair, nails and epidermis.

Benzyl Alcohol: Benzyl Alcohol is an organic alcohol found in many fruits and teas. Its chief function in cosmetics is as a preservative, and it’s among the least sensitizing preservatives in use. High amounts of benzyl alcohol can impart a noticeable floral-like scent to products, as it is part of the fragrance makeup of some essential oils such as jasmine.

Benzyl Benzoate: Benzyl Benzoate is a natural ingredient of various essential oils that are used to improve the odour of cosmetic products. Natural sources of benzyl benzoate include ylang-ylang, cinnamon, rosewood, Peruvian balsam, and vanilla. It is also one of the older preparations used to treat scabies.

Benzyl Salicylate: Benzyl salicylate is a naturally occurring constituent of essential oils, including cananga and ylang ylang oils. It was shown to exhibit antioxidant and antimicrobial activity. It also functions as an ultraviolet light absorber.

Butylphenylmethylpropional: This is a fragrance ingredient with a strong floral scent.

CI 14720 – Cosmetic colorant (red dye)

CI 17200 – Cosmetic colorant (red dye)

CI 19140 – Cosmetic colorant (yellow dye)

CI 42045 – Cosmetic colorant (blue dye)

CI 42090 – Cosmetic colorant (brilliante blue)

CI 77007 – Lazurite (blue dye

CI 77268 – Cosmetic colorant (Black, mineral)

CI 77891 – Titanium dioxide (white dye)

Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil: Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil is an herbaceous oil cold pressed from hemp seeds and has long been recognised for its use as a food and beauty ingredient. This oil is composed of up to 90% omega fatty acids. It has powerful hydrating and antioxidating properties. Hemp Oil tackles the signs of stressed skin, calming, soothing and reducing the appearance of redness.

Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract: Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract is an extract from the flowers of the Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) plant. It is famous in skincare for it’s soothing and anti-inflammatory effects. It has also shown to offer wound healing and natural skin moisturizing benefits to the skin. It is rich in flavonoids and antioxidants, protecting the epidermis from the damage caused by free radicals.

Charcoal Powder: Coumarin is a chemical compound, occurring naturally in some essential oils and absolutes, such as cinnamon, lavender, tonka, lemongrass, rose, tagetes and tarragon. Found naturally in some plants, coumarin may also be produced synthetically. It is used by perfumers as a base note to add warmth and depth and is found in some of today’s best-selling designer perfumes.

Citral: Citral is a natural component of the various essential oils with the lemon odour. In addition to functioning as a fragrance ingredient, citral has been shown to provide strong antimicrobial effect and also has anti-inflammatory properties.

Citronellol: It is a natural monoterpenoid derived from essential oils such as citronella, rose or geranium. It is used for its fragrance but also has significant antiseptic and antibacterial effect. It also improves skin appearance though could cause skin irritation in some people.

Citrus Reticulata Peel Oil: This is essential oil derived from the peel of Mandarin, Orange and Tangerine. Due to the presence of terpenes, flavonoids, carotenes, and coumarins it has broad spectrum of biological activities including antimicrobial and antioxidant effects.

Coffea Arabica Fruit Powder: Coffea Arabica (Coffee) Fruit Powder is the powder obtained from the dried, ground fruit of Coffea arabica, Rubiaceae. The fruit of the coffee plant, Coffea arabica, has high phenolic antioxidant and phytonutrient content. On skin, the extract has been shown to reduce the occurrence of destructive enzymes that lead to signs of aging as well as help visibly repair signs of sun damage. It also has antioxidating properties.

Coriandrum Sativum Seed Oil: Coriandrum Sativum (Cilantro) seed oil is one of the most useful essential oil bearing spices as well as medicinal plants, belonging to the family Umbelliferae/Apiaceae. The leaves and seeds of the plant are widely used in folk medicine in addition to its use as a seasoning in food preparation. The C. sativum essential oil and extracts possess significant antibacterial, antifungal and anti-oxidative activities. Coriander Seed Oil is comprised of three main components: monoterpenols, monoterpenes, and ketones. The monoterpenols in coriander allow it to heal and protect the skin while improving complexion. The monoterpenes give coriander it’s antioxidant, cleansing, and mood-boosting properties. Finally, the ketones in coriander essential also assist in its effect on skin health.

Cucumis Sativus Fruit (Cucumber) Extract: Cucumber has anti-inflammatory qualities and can repair dry and damaged skin giving it a softer and smoother appearance. Cucumber fruit contains a wide variety of beneficial nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, phytosterols, phenolic acids, fatty acids, and cucurbitacins. The major constituents that provide skin benefits include ascorbic acid (vitamin C), beta carotene, polysaccharides, and vitamin K.

Curcuma Longa Root (Tumeric) Powder: Curcuma longa, (known also as Tumeric, which is widely used in Asian cuisine as a spice) is a flowering plant of the ginger family. Turmeric is a proven anti-inflammatory and lightening agent. Having been used for centuries in Ayurveda and other traditional Asian medicine practices, turmeric has long been known for its antioxidant protection and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its ability to reduce hyperpigmentation naturally. It also has antimicrobial benefits, which aid in preventing the growth of bacteria—a big factor to help gain control over acne breakouts.

D-Limonene: D-limonene is compound sourced from citrus peels. It is a major constituent in several citrus oils (orange, lemon, mandarin, lime, and grapefruit). It is powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant and helps reduce skin inflammation. D-limonene can soothe aching, burning skin by reducing pro-inflammatory cytokine production (responsible for some dermatitis symptoms) while improving wound-healing.

Equisetum Arvense (Horsetail) Extract: Equisetum Arvense Extract is the extract of the whole herb Equisetum arvense. Equisetum arvense is also known as common horsetail, field horsetail or shave grass. Its antioxidant content helps to soothe and calm the skin. Along with the antioxidant benefits of antiageing, and the antiinflammatory benefits for acne and irritation, horsetail extract has other skin benefits. Applied to the skin, it can help heal rashes, burns and wounds thanks to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

Eugenol: Eugenol is a compound found in certain plants, such as basil, cinnamon, lemon balm, and nutmeg, however, it is primarily extracted from clove plants. Eugenol is a fragrant additive and flavouring agent. lt is good for the skin and has strong antioxidant and antibacterial properties.

Faex Extract: The Faex extract is a natural yeast extract (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), is actually a complex mixture for yeasts metabolites or ingredients such as sugars, vitamins, amino acids, and flavonoids. Yeast can be considered a source of beta-glucan which is a powerful antioxidant.

Fucus Vesiculosus Extract: It is a brown seaweed found in coasts of the North Sea, Atlantic, and the Pacific Ocean. Just like another brown alga, it contains proteins, polysaccharides, minerals, and vitamins. It also contains alginic acid, which has a tremendous swelling ability. Alginic acid can soothe dry, irritated skin by providing moisture. It helps skin tissue to recover from any oxidative stress. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory, helping to calm the effect of some irritants. When applied regularly may improve skin elasticity and texture.

Geraniol: Geraniol occurs naturally in essential oils of fruits, vegetables, and herbs including rose oil, citronella, lemongrass, lavender, and other aromatic plants. It is emitted from the flowers of many species of plant and is commonly used by the food, fragrance, and cosmetic industry. Geraniol has demonstrated a wide spectrum of pharmacological activities including antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, and neuroprotective to name a few. Prickly pear oil also contains a high content of linoleic acid. Linoleic acid helps the skin retain water, keeping it hydrated. Prickly pear is extremely high in essential fatty acids, omega-6 and -9, and the natural antioxidant vitamin E. It’s also rich in amino acids, which stimulate collagen production to promote faster cell turnover. And finally, it also contains vitamin K.

Glycerine: Vegetable glycerine is made by heating vegetable oils together with strong alkali, such as lye. Glycerine is widely used in cosmetic products because of its moisturizing properties. Makes skin soft and hydrated. This effect is long term because glycerine molecules attract water from the air and keep water in epidermis. It maintains skin’s water balance on an intercellular level. Its regular use will help keep your skin healthy, soft and fresh.

Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Seed Oil: Cotton Seed oil contains high concentrations of vitamin E, fatty acids, and antioxidants that provide excellent moisturizing, anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effect. Because of its molecular weight, cottonseed oil effectively coats the skin in a way that allows it to protect the cells beneath, and keeps them from being irritated. This oil is also exceptionally high in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which have both been shown to help skin retain moisture—essential for combatting both winter dryness and summertime sun and wind damage.

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil: Helianthus Annuus (sunflower) seed oil is a non-volatile, non-fragrant plant oil used as an emollient in cosmetics. Sunflower seed oil’s 60% (on average) linoleic acid content has the ability to help replenish, strengthen, and soothe skin. This oil also contains other beneficial fatty acids skin can use, including oleic, palmitic, stearic, and a small amount of omega-3 linolenic acid. Sunflower oil is particularly beneficial for dry, dehydrated, or environmentally compromised skin because its linoleic acid content helps skin synthesize its own lipids (fats), including ceramides, visibly repairing its barrier and leading to smoother, healthier-looking skin.

Hexyl Cinnamaldehyde: Hexyl cinnamaldehyde is aroma substance found naturally in the essential oil of chamomile. It’s widely used in cosmetic products as a fragrance and flavouring agent.

Hordeum Vulgare Seed (Barley) Extract: Barley extract is rich in phenols and flavonoids, which are both known to provide antioxidant activity. It soothes skin and also contains selenium, zinc, B vitamins, and iron, all of which are essential for promoting the health of skin and hair.

Humuslus Lupulus (Hop) Extract: Hope extract conditions and moisturizes the skin. Acts as an antioxidant with antimicrobial effects. Prevents acne and skin inflammation. Hope extract combats the signs of skin aging by increasing collagen and elastin production.

Hydrolyzed Collagen: Hydrolyzed collagen (also known as collagen peptides) is collagen that has been broken down into more easily dissolvable amino acids. While topically applied collagen will moisturize the skin.

Laminaria Digitata Extract: Laminaria digitate, or oarweed, is a brown alga native to the Atlantic Ocean near northwards hemisphere. It contains various actives such as carbohydrates- laminarans and fucoidans, proteins/peptides/amino acid- Arginine and mycosporine like amino acid, vitamins-A,D,E and K, vitamin B complex, carotenoids, minerals-calcium, sodium, iron, copper etc. and fatty constituents such as essential fatty acids, triglycerides, sterols, glycolipids. When applied on the skin in any form it revitalizes the skin, by replenishing missing constitutes beginning from minerals and vitamins to proteins and carbohydrates.

Laurus Nobilis Fruit Oil: Laurel berry fruit oil has strong antioxidant and antibacterial activity. Laurel berry oil was used in Middle Eastern cultures for healing skin problems such as acne, dry skin, eczema, rashes, psoriasis, rosacea, fungal infections and arthritis. It also nourishes and softens skin and is commonly used for wrinkles.

Linalool: This colorless liquid occurs naturally in many essential oils, such as tangerine, spearmint, rose, cypress, lemon, cinnamon and ylang ylang. It has a soft, sweet scent. Linalool significantly increases anti-microbic activity of other essential oils.

Maris Limus(Silt/Dead Sea Mud): This is a Israel Dead Sea silt rich with a high concentration of Dead Sea minerals and trace elements. Dead Sea mud can work to remove impurities and dead skin cells on your body. An added benefit of Dead Sea mud is that the salt and magnesium in it can improve human skin’s functionality by making it a better barrier and more elastic. With it’s powerful mineral compounds, the Dead Sea mud is exceptionally effective in repairing damaged skin cells and soothing the epidermis.

Musa Sapientum Fruit (Banana) Extract: Banana fruit extract is very useful in cosmetics. It Contains calcium, magnesium, potassium, Iron, tryptophan, Vitamin B6 and B12. The vitamin A in bananas restores moisture and repairs dry skin. Banana extract helps to calm itchy skin and reduce acne redness, provides antioxidant activity due to it’s Vitamin C content.

Niacinamide: Niacinamide, which is also called nicotinamide, is one of two major forms of vitamin B3 ((the other is nicotinic acid). Niacinamide reduces inflammation , which may help ease redness from eczema, acne, and other inflammatory skin conditions. Minimizes pore appearance. Keeping skin smooth and moisturized may have a secondary benefit — a natural reduction in pore size over time. Regulates oil. Niacinamide is suitable for those with sensitive skin and recommended for people with rosacea.

Nicotiana Tabacum (Tobacco) Leaf Oil: Nicotiana Tabacum Leaf Oil is essential oil obtained from the leaves of tobacco plant, still very unknown, but highly effective ingredient in cosmetics. Tobacco Leaf Oil is rich in polysaccharides, flavonoids and peptides (amino acid chains). When used in cosmetics, Tobacco Leaf Oil can have an anti-oxidative effect and protect skin against free radicals. Oil of tobacco is also effective in alleviating different skin conditions. It is a good source of skin-friendly Vitamin C which helps to cure burns, eczema, rashes, and skin infections.

Opuntia Ficus Indica (Prickly Pear) Seed Oil: Prickly pear cacti, also called nopal and opuntia, grow across parts of the Americas, Australia, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and the Caribbean islands. Prickly pear oil contains high levels of antioxidants and has antibacterial properties. It could be used to prevent skin damage and acne breakouts. Prickly pear oil is highly effective at delivering vitamin A into the skin.

Potassium Sorbate: Potassium sorbate is a salt of sorbic acid which is naturally found in some fruits (like the berries of mountain ash). In modern time this ingredient is synthetically produced creating what is termed a “nature identical” chemical (chemically equivalent to the molecule found in nature). It used as a mild preservative in cosmetic and skin care formulas and as a paraben alternative to prevent or retard the growth of microorganisms and protect these products from spoiling.

Propylene Glycol: This is a synthetic liquid substance that absorbs water. Propylene glycol has a great capacity to hold and dissolve active ingredients equally which allows them to serve as carriers of aromas, flavours, dyes and moisture.

Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil: Almond oil is a powerful moisturizer and contains many beneficial ingredients, including vitamin E, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, protein, potassium, and zinc. As a very mild hypoallergenic oil, almond oil is safe for almost all skin types – sensitive, dry and oily. Certain properties of almond oil help to deeply cleanse the pores without clogging them

Pumice: Pumice is an extrusive igneous rock with a vesicular texture and very low specific gravity. The pumice powder is used as an abrasive in cosmetics. It is a great way to rid yourself of dry, rough, and dead skin. Pumice powder is abrasive, but also soft and hygienic, making it perfect for use on the body. There are no chemicals and it’s non-toxic.

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil: Jojoba oil is an oil-like wax extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant. This oil contains many valuable nutrients and is considered an ideal moisturizer as it is very similar to the sebum of human skin. Rich in vitamins A, E and D, plus antioxidants and fatty acids, jojoba oil is also naturally antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, analgesic, hypoallergenic, and anti-inflammatory. It can be used on any skin type, from dry and sensitive to acne-prone.

Sodium Benzoate: Sodium benzoate is an organic sodium salt of benzoic acid used as a preservative in both cosmetics and food products. Sodium benzoate inhibits growth of bacteria, mold and yeast, extending a product’s shelf life.

Sodium Cocoate: This is a basic component of most our soaps. This in fact is a soap made from edible quality cocoa oil. It is the sodium salt of the fatty acid of cocoa oil and is derived from the saponification of cocoa oil.

Sodium Olivate: This is a basic component of all our soaps. This in fact is a soap made from edible quality olive oil. It is the sodium salt of the fatty acid of olive oil and is derived from the saponification of olive oil.

Spinacia Oleracea Leaf Powder: Spinacia oleracea leaf powder is obtained from the dried, ground leaves of spinach. Spinach is rich in skin reviving and regenerating vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fatty acids including: Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Beta Carotene and Omega 3. This composition of healthy skin essentials enables spinach to act as a powerful antiaging substance. When applied topically, spinach extract can strengthen, moisturize and restore skin’s natural luminosity while repairing damaged skin cells and reducing the appearance of sun damage, dark spots, inflammation, and the visible signs or aging.

Spirulina Platensis Powder: The dried powder of Spirulina algae contains some of the vitamins like Thiamine, riboflavin, Niacin, Pyridoxine, Cyanocobalamin, Tocopherol and the number of minerals like iron, calcium and phosphorous. One of the important and complex vitamins is cobalamin (vitamin B12). It contains a powerful plant-based protein called phycocyanin. Spirulina has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects when applied topically. It facilitates faster cell turnover that helps skin heal faster and prevents candida overgrowth that can cause acne breakouts.

Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E): Vitamin E is a fat-soluble, essential nutrient with anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health. It easily absorbs into skin. Topical use via cosmetic products may increase the amount of vitamin E stored within the sebaceous glands and can be very helpful for a range of skin disorders, as well as skin repair. It assists in various kinds of cellular restoration from sun damage to healing support for scars or burns. Helps to strengthen skin barrier function.

Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil: Grapeseed oil comes from the pressed seeds of grapes. It’s known for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. It also contains high amounts of omega chain fatty acids and in grapeseed oil there is about twice as much Vitamin E as in olive oil. Grape Seed oil makes skin softer and more elastic and can protect the human skin from sun damage.

Vitis Vinifera Vine (Red Wine) Extract: Red wine contains a number of powerful antioxidants like flavonoids (resveratrol, tannins, etc.) and other phenolics which provide anti-inflammatory and antiaging effects. It also contains manganese, Vitamin B2 (riboflavin), phosphorus, iron, magnesium and Vitamin B6. All of this elements are required to keep human skin young and healthy.

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