Essential Oil Origins

The soaps we make for you may be locally made by us, but the essentials oils we put into them to scent your soaps come from all over the world. Are you curious to see where your

favorite essential oil comes from?

Cedarwood, USA, Texas

Citronella, Java

Cinnamon, Sri Lanka

Eucalyptus, Australia

Ginger, China

Grapefruit, Argentina 

Lavender, France

Lemon, Italy

Lemongrass, India

Lime, Brazil

Orange, USA

Patchouli, Indonesia 

Peppermint, Japan

Rosemary, Spain

Tea Tree, Australia

Ylang Ylang, Madagascar

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Colorful Soap is more Fun!

We love coloring our soaps, but we don't love  synthetic dyes.  Are you curious to know how we color our soaps without using dye?  

Nature is full of color!  

Black, Charcoal

Pink, Rose Clay

Orange, Moroccan Clay

Gray, Dead Sea Sea Clay

Green, Spirulina

Light brown, Oatmeal

Yellow, Cornmeal

We also use Dry Pigment Powders. Pigments powders, like mud, are finely ground particles of color that are suspended in a medium (such as water) to create a coloring agent.  They are manufactured by the synthesis of natural ingredients, being non-toxic and responsibly produced.  

Blue, Lapis Lazuli

Lavender, Lapis Lazuli

Lapis lazuli, or lapis for short, is a deep-blue metamorphic rock used as a semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense color.

Teal, Mineral Pigment

Mineral pigments are pigments that are created by combining and heating naturally occurring elements.