Ingredients – what’s in there?
All ingredients are purely natural & vegan and all have a clear function, there is nothing in them that is not needed. If you have a question about an ingredient, please check the FAQ or ask us. We like to be completely transparent.
All soaps are made using the cold process, which preserves all the vitamins and minerals of the oils. In addition to providing optimal cleansing, they provide rich care.
All our soaps are handcrafted from only 100% plant-based natural and vegan ingredients. All oils are from organically controlled cultivation.
Aqua, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Theobroma Cacao Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Carthamus Tinctorius Seed Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Prunus Armeniaca Kernel Oil, Sesamum Indicum Oil, Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil, Persea Gratissima Kernel Oil, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Ricinus Communis Oil
*100% etherische olie/100% essential oil
all ingredients are organic/all ingredients are organic
Explanation – what does it all mean?
Cocos Nucifera Oil: (organic) coconut oil. Pure coconut oil, unlike other oils, is absorbed faster by the skin and forms a protective layer on the skin, which ensures that even sensitive and very dry skin is well moisturized. The oil is rich in fatty acids that can penetrate deep into the skin for deep hydration. The lauric acid in the oil has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect on the skin. In addition, the oil is good for the skin if you suffer from pimples, thanks to its healing effect.
Butyrospermum Parkii Butter: shea butter or shea butter. This butter is a superfood for the skin. The butter provides the skin with essential fatty acids and nutrients needed for collagen production. Pure shea butter can even be eaten. The butter has an antioxidant effect. Furthermore, the butter contains vitamins A, F and E. The butter moisturizes the skin and leaves the skin feeling soft. The butter can nourish the skin with its high fat content and further has anti-inflammatory, healing and nurturing properties. For years, shea butter has been considered one of the best anti-aging agents for the skin. With regular use, it reduces wrinkles and facial lines. If itching is due to a skin condition such as psioriasis or eczema, the anti-inflammatory properties of shea butter work really well to relieve it.
Theobroma Cacao Butter: cacao butter. This butter is rich in vitamin E and is a powerful antioxidant. It hydrates and supports the skin’s natural protective layer. In addition, it softens the skin and helps reduce wrinkles. The butter promotes the elasticity and softness of the skin, has an anti-inflammatory, regenerating effect and stimulates collagen production. Furthermore, it has a positive influence on skin problems.
Sodium Hydroxide: This is a chemical compound that causes a large amount of heat to be released during dissolution which is important in the saponification process in soaps. This preserves the vitamins and minerals. The lye disappears on its own after this and is therefore not an active ingredient.
Carthamus Tinctorius Seed Oil: (organic) safflower seed oil, also called thistle oil. This pale yellow and sometimes golden yellow oil is fine and light. It is rich in linoleic acid and vitamin E . It is easily absorbed by the skin and thus supports its barrier function. This oil is particularly suitable for sensitive, dry and oily skin. It is also anti-inflammatory, regenerating, absorbs quickly and easily and does not feel greasy. Ideal for impure skin.
Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil: (organic) almond oil. This fine, light almond oil is particularly skin-friendly and lends itself perfectly to the care of sensitive and dry skin. The oil is very rich in unsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic and linoleic acid. Linoleic acid influences the elasticity of the skin. It makes the skin more resistant to infections and protects against the effect of light damage. Almond oil easily penetrates the skin, leaving it soft and supple. The vitamin E makes the skin firmer and smoother. Because of its composition, it is valuable for use with other oils and enhances their effects.
Prunus Armeniaca Kernel Oil: (organic) apricot kernel oil. Rich in vitamin A and unsaturated fatty acids, this oil feels velvety on the skin and keeps it supple and soft. The oil is largely composed of oleic and linoleic acids, both unsaturated fatty acids that are good for the skin. Oleic acid helps keep the skin supple and radiant, while linoleic acid hydrates and is easily absorbed by the skin because it resembles the natural sebum our skin produces.
Sesamum Indicum Oil: (organic) sesame oil. This oil is rich in vitamin E, which is known for its softening and firming effect on the skin. It contains saturated and unsaturated fatty acids and lecithin- a skin moisturizing blend that also provides natural protection from UV rays. The oil is great for sallow, dry skin.
Vitis Vinifera Seed Oil: (organic) grape seed oil. This is one of the most valuable oils. The oil has a high content of polyphenols and tocopherols, making it an exceptionally strong antioxidant. The oil regenerates the skin and makes it smoother. It is anti-inflammatory and ideal for the care of acne, oily and combination skin. But certainly also mature skin benefits from the special properties of this oil.
Persea Gratissima Kernel Oil: (organic) avocado oil. This oil is a valuable source of proteins, essential fatty acids and vitamins A and C. It is one of the most penetrating oils and is used to hydrate, soften and heal dry, damaged or prematurely aged skin. It nourishes and moisturizes the skin. The oil is high in palmitoleic acid, which makes it well tolerated and as such suitable for sensitive and damaged skin types. In addition, avocado oil helps improve the effectiveness of other ingredients because moisture is better bound to the skin, improving the absorption of the other ingredients. The oil is intensively nourishing and protective
Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil: (organic) sunflower oil. This high-quality oil contains omega – 9 acid and is a light and mild oil that does not leave a greasy layer on the skin. The many benefits of the oil are due to its high concentration of unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic acid. The oil is known for its purity and nourishing properties. Because of its emollient properties, the oil helps the skin retain moisture. It can be used as a protective barrier against dryness. The oil contains vitamin E which helps prevent damage from UVA radiation. In addition, this vitamin protects the skin from wrinkles. The oil is very suitable for dry and sensitive skin. Because it is a high-quality oil with a light texture, it is also suitable for normal and acne skin. The oil is also rich in beta-carotene, which makes the skin less sensitive to sun damage.
Ricinus Communis Oil: (organic) castor oil. This oil is also called miracle oil.It is a special oil because the oil consists of about 90% ricinoleic acid. This is an unsaturated fatty acid that helps with impurities and softening the skin, for example. In addition to omega-9, castor oil also contains a lot of omega-e and omega-6 fatty acids, which, among other things, play an essential role in keeping the skin hydrated and supple. The vitamin E in the oil also provides a particularly effective effect. Vitamin E is an important nutrient the skin. This vitamin keeps the skin young. Castor oil also has the property that it promotes blood flow to the skin.
Carolien steenkamp (verified owner) –
Annette Dijkman (verified owner) –
Super fijn zeepje…
Myra Spekken –
Fijn product om mijn gezicht mee te reinigen. Prettige milde geur en voelt verzorgend aan op de huid.
Monique van Moppes –
Echt een superfijne zeep! Hij reinigt, maar je voelt ook de olie waardoor hij ook verzorgend aanvoelt!
Celeste Gasper –
Een hele fijne zachte gezichtszeep. Mijn huid werd zichtbaar mooier en rustiger.