Apricot Kernel Oil - Apricot Kernel Oil is a light oil that is very similar to Sweet Almond Oil in make up. It is high in linoleic and oleic acids. ...click to read more
Skin Nourishing Argan Oil...click to read more
Avocado oil has a high percentage of unsaponifiables, making it an excellent choice to superfat your cold process soap with. It is wonderful ...click to read more
The Bramble Berry Quick Mix Oils are an easy way for you to save time weighing and blending oils. We do all the work for you.
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Canola Oil...click to read more
Castor Oil - Castor oil is extracted from the Castor Bean Plant. It is a thick, viscous liquid with a slight distinctive smell. It acts similar to glycerin, ...click to read more
High in Omega-3 Fatty acids and Vitamins, Chia oil is a wonderful addition to many products...click to read more
Cocoa Butter - This oil is a hard solid at room temperature, making the term "butter" a bit misleading. It is an edible vegetable fat that is ...click to read more
Coconut Oil - Coconut Oil is one of the most common raw material used in the soap and toiletry industry. It comes from the seeds of Cocos Nucifera and ...click to read more
Fractionated Coconut Oil is a light, penetrating oil that takes away the greasy feeling of your handmade moisturizing products....click to read more
Grapefruit Seed Extract - Grapefruit Seed Extract (commonly referred to as GSE) is normally used as an antioxidant to help prevent rancidity in lotion ...click to read more
Hazelnut Oil - This oil is gentle, non-greasy, and is recommended for very dry skin. The oil is pressed from hazelnuts and is imported from France. ...click to read more
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Mom, soaper and self-proclaimed “Jill of all Trades,” Jill Keck of Calise Soapworks is a soapmaker that stands out. She uses bright colors, adventurous techniques and skin-nourishing ingredients to craft […]
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