Homemade soap and a soap saver pouch.
Sisal is a natural fiber derived from the long, green leaves of the ‘agave sisalana’ cactus plant. Sisal grows in semi-arid regions in Mexico, Africa and Brazil. Sisal fibers (which can be up to three feet long) are sustainably harvested by hand from the leaves of the cactus plant. Sisal is not the same fiber as coir or jute.
Enjoy the luxury of handcrafted soaps that are made with all vegetable oils with perfect lather and are very moisturizing and gentle to your skin.
For extra cream try our goat's milk soaps for extra dry skin.
The biggest difference between my soap and commercially manufactured soap is the glycerin content. Commercial soaps remove the naturally occurring glycerin. Glycerin is much more profitable to sell on its own than it is to leave in the soap. Most commercial soap is not really soap at all. Actually, it is a detergent bar that can be harsh and drying. Also, quite a few commercial soaps contain sodium beef tallowate which is beef fat. I choose to not use animal products in my soap. My handmade soaps are made with: coconut oil, olive oil, palm oil, ricebran oil, shea butter and may have: infused herbs, blueberry or cranberry seeds, oatmeal, goats milk, coconut milk, honey or coffee grounds, 100% pure essential oils or fragrance oil and take 30 days to cure.