Frequently Asked Questions

Is your soap antibacterial?
Although our products contain coconut oil which is considered antibacterial the soaps are not specifically designed as antibacterial products. Instead, we offer cold-processed, all-natural soaps that are equally effective in promoting good hygiene and preventing infectious illnesses, just like antibacterial soaps. It's important to note that many soaps labelled as antibacterial contain triclosan, which is present in numerous body soaps and cleaning agents. However, research suggests that triclosan may contribute to the development of antibacterial and antibiotic resistance while also posing environmental risks. At our company, we prioritize the use of safe and environmentally friendly ingredients in our soap formulations.
Why is there Lye (Sodium Hydroxide), a chemical, in my soap?
Sodium hydroxide is an essential ingredient in soap production, and its use dates back thousands of years in various forms of soap-making by humans. It is a critical component, and soap cannot be created without it - a well-established fact. However, it's important to note that none of the sodium hydroxide remains in the final soap bars, ensuring the safety and effectiveness of the soap product.
Do your soap bars have hypoallergenic properties?
Although our soap bars are not specifically formulated to be hypoallergenic however, Hemp oil in our soaps possesses remarkable antioxidant properties, making it an excellent choice for skincare. Its unique balance of fatty acids provides deep hydration and enhances the skin's capacity to retain moisture effectively. Furthermore, hemp oil is particularly well-suited for sensitive skin care, as it is non-allergenic and unlikely to trigger any adverse reactions. Additionally, it has a soothing effect on skin irritations and rashes, making it a versatile and beneficial ingredient for skincare products.
Are there any gluten-containing ingredients in your products?
Rest assured, all our products are completely gluten-free.
How long does a soap bar last?
Our soaps typically last between 2 to 3 weeks with regular daily use, though the actual longevity may vary from one household to another due to several factors such as lather amount, body hair, usage frequency, and water type. To help extend the life of your soap, we recommend following the following tips:

• To ensure your soap lasts for an extended period, make sure to your bar can naturally dry thoroughly between each use.

• Avoid re-wetting a wet bar:
While it may seem counterintuitive, there's no need to run the soap bar under the tap again if it's already wet from previous use. Just rub and rinse as usual!
For those who use their soap bar very frequently throughout the day, we suggest opting for a soap dish.
These dishes elevate the soap bar above the sink's surface, promoting better air circulation all around it, which, in turn, accelerates the drying process.

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