Aloe is renowned for it's ability to heal, moisturize, and sooth irritated, inflamed, or sunburned skin...click to read more
Aloe Vera Liquid - Aloe Vera liquid is thick when the Aloe leaf is first cut, but after a few minutes, an enzymatic reaction causes it to become liquid. ...click to read more
Green Tea has natural antioxidants (called catechins) that help fight damage caused by free radicals...click to read more
Kelp Powder: Use this to create a dark green in soap and toiletries, or just to keep an ocean theme going in your products! The Kelp Powder does have a distinct smell to it, so be aware of that before using it in any of your products. We have found that letting it cure for the full 4-6 weeks in cold process soaps does help reduce the seaweed smell and leaves it with a nice ocean air smell.
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Nettle Extract: Externally, nettles have been used to improve the appearance of the hair, and is said to be a remedy against oily hair and dandruff. ...click to read more
Not only a natural colorant, Olive Leaf Powder may be added to your soaps for it's astringent and antiseptic properties, bringing peace to your skin...click to read more
This dark gray-green clay is ideal for facial masks and body mud masks...click to read more
Spirulina Powder - This powder is used to get a dark green in soaps (but does smell a bit ocean-y). Suggested usage in cold process soap is 1/2 tsp ...click to read more
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