All Natural|Rainforest Brazilian Copaiba|Coconut Milk Handmade Soap
Copaiba is the secret of Brazilians for beautiful young and healthy skin.
Rain Forest Copaiba is known among indigenous tribes for its soothing
and calming properties on the skin and against all kind of skin-
disorders. Copaíba oil is an oily resin that is extracted from the
Amazonian tree. Copaiba is the secret of Brazilians for beautiful
healthy skin. Copaiba is an all-natural, gentle ingredient, it
should be suitable for all skin types.
Brazilian almond oil helps the skin maintain natural hydration, making it smooth and soft to the touch.
Just like grandma used to make! This bar is old-fashioned made lye soap which was very popular hundreds of years ago.
Our Lye Soap is most likely a little milder than Grandma's was.
This bar contains no colors or fragrances. It is a pure, natural handmade soap made the the way it was made decades ago.
Handmade soap on this list contain all-natural ingredients, but you won’t find any sulfates, parabens, phthalates , triclosan irritating foaming agents.
All these ingredients can be harmful, Some ingredients can actually strip off all the natural oils from your skin leaving it dry and itchy.
Ever wonder why some some commercial "soaps" are called "beauty bars" or "cleansing bars" instead of soap? That's because they are NOT soap.
In fact, their chemical makeup is closer to industrial degreasers than soap. Our soaps at Natural Handcrafted Soap Company are NOT made with any of these harmful substances.
We use ingredients like Organic Coconut Oil, Lanolin, Greek Olive oil from our friends olive farm ( Organic) in Greece, sustainable Palm oil and more .
Therapeutic grade essential oils, and pure distilled water in our soaps -
also has natural purifying antibacterial properties and is known to
soothe blemished skin. With the addition of Tree leaves it makes
this soap a gentle exfoliate.
Coconut milk Acai berry and Shea butter makes it a mild smooth soap with great refreshing lather.
Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
The history of Shea butter as an invaluable cosmetic traces back to Ancient Egypt where Queen Cleopatra always kept in stock jars of pure, unrefined Shea butter.
Today Shea Butter is known as “women’s gold” because it is a valuable source of income for women in the West African community.
How is it made?
Shea Butter comes from an indigenous African tree called Vitellaria paradoxa. These are
wild-growing trees producing tiny, almond-like fruit that every May start falling on the ground. Villagers harvest the fruits, separate them from the nut, then boil and let the butter oat to the surface.
The butter is then milled and ltered for impurities, packaged in huge blocks, loaded on large boats, and shipped to the US for packaging and resale.
Organic Extra Virgin Greek Olive Oil are used in all our soaps shipped directly to us from a friends organic olive farm in Greece that's been in is family for over 100 years.
Olive Oil, Organic
Coconut Oil ,Cupuaçu Butter ,
Acai Berry Butter ,African Organic Shea Butter , Copaiba Oil, Almond Oil , Coconut Milk (Organic) , Brazilian Copaiba Leaf