How many people know what soap really is? Several of the cleansing bars that you buy at the store, for example, are detergents-and not soaps at all. They are called syndet bars, or synthetic detergent bars. They are made from synthesized chemicals and are usually much harsher than soap. Detergents contain petroleum distillates rather than oil. On the other hand, true soap is made from natural oils (such as olive, coconut) and is a gentle cleansing product more appropriate for use on skin than is detergent.

 "The next time you walk down the soap aisle at your favorite store enjoying the fresh, clean scents and the bright colorful packaging, pay attention. Look at the labels. The vast majority of the products on the shelf don't say 'soap' on their labels. They might be called beauty bars, moisturizing bars, or body bars, but not soap. That's because these bars aren't actually soap and can't legally claim to be; they're detergents. The manufacturers have removed most of the 'good' stuff that occurs in the soap making process, and replaced it with synthetic lathering agents and harsh chemicals. These cheap, plentiful detergent bars are not only bad for your skin, but they're also bad for the planet, too."
 ~Natural News ( )

 Glycerin is amazing at maintaining the skins natural moisture during cleansing. Despite this wonderful benefit, soap manufacturers remove glycerin from soaps because it is very valuable in the global economy. It is a vital component in a number of important manufactured products including medications, glycerin suppositories, explosives, etc. So at the expense of people’s skin, it is removed from soaps that we purchase. Studies have shown significant improvements in the skin by using natural un-processed soaps

Now that I have decided to add my Handmade Natural Soaps to the internet ... I have been flooded with questions of the benefits of each type of soap that I make. All of them are wonderful, but not every one of them is suitable for every need. Each of them carry their own ‘special’ benefits 

We offer a variety of Handmade natural soapsGoat’s Milk Soap, Olive Oil Soap, Shea Butter Soap, Aloe Vera Soap, Cocoa Butter Soap, Mango Butter Soap, and Soya Milk Soap. Handmade soap moisturizes your skin... it is a fact that homemade soap contains natural by-products of a process known as soap saponification. Saponification is a natural chemical reaction that was discovered in acient days. 


 Goat’s Milk contains lots of nutrients like fats, proteins and other hormones that naturally benefit the skin. The benefits of goat milk soap can be felt by people suffering from various skin conditions or those just wanting to maintain youthful, rejuvenated skin. 

Six different benefits to using Goat’s Milk Soap
  1. pH Level ...Goat milk soap has a pH level similar to human skin; therefore, goat milk soap benefits the skin by protecting skin from daily bacterial and chemical invasions.
  2. Moisturizing, the moisturizing benefits of goat milk soap surpass that of commercial soap because of the natural creams in goat's milk.
  3. Sensitive Skin. Handmade goat milk soap benefits people with sensitive skin because it doesn't contain additives like alcohol, petroleum and preservatives. This reduces the risk of skin irritation and allergic reactions.
  4. Acne...Goat milk soap benefits people with acne-prone skin because the proteins in milk kill acne-causing bacteria.
  5. Exfoliation...Goat milk soap sloughs off dead skin because of the alpha-hydroxy acids found in the milk. 
  6. Eczema, a skin condition caused by red, itchy skin patches, benefits from goat milk soap since the natural nutrients in goat milk moisturizes skin and reduces itchiness in the skin.


 Olive oil soap is a mild and natural soap that's incredibly good for your skin. Because olive oil is rich in Vitamin E, is works to enhance skin's moisture and protect its delicate areas. The moisturizing qualities of olive oil soap are beneficial to people who have skin rashes, allergies, eczema and psoriasis. Rich in vitamins and minerals, olive oil soap also contains protein. It also contains antioxidants which have healing properties. The soap replaces moisture and elasticity to the skin. High concentrations of olive oil can help cure dandruff. There are several combinations of olive oil soap. Olive oil and chamomile is soothing to the skin. Honey and olive oil are combined to create an extra moisturizing soap. Lavender is added for its antiseptic properties and soothing scent. Olive oil and green tea are used for antioxidant and anti-inflammatory purposes. Verbena can be combined with olive oil soap because of its scent and creaminess. 

Shea Butter Soap  

Proven to be useful for treating many skin ailments, like psoriasis and eczema. It helps to heal cuts and burns, without leaving any scars. It also helps to restore the natural elasticity of the skin. Till now, cocoa butter was popular for minimizing the stretch marks, however shea butter does an even deeper moisturizing job, and is more useful for lightening up stretch marks. It also offers natural sun protection to your skin and hair, and works great for bumps and rashes. The most important shea butter benefit is that they are perfect for people who have extra dry skin, as shea butter is one of the best moisturizer available. Unrefined Shea Butter is naturally rich in a number of vitamins. Vitamins A, E, & F are the most popular. Shea Butter evens skin tone & returns luster to the skin & hair. That’s right, Shea butter is also good for your hair. It also absorbs quickly without leaving a greasy residue like petroleum, beeswax or mineral oil based products. Another great benefit is that shea butter does not clog your pores. 

Aloe Vera Soap 

The common skin benefits of aloe vera include moisturizing dry skin, maintaining the healthy skin and utilized in many topical creams. It is also known that it can helps to heal pimples / acne. Aloe Vera Soap is great for cuts, minor burns, psoriasis, shingles, itching, and other skin conditions. It can penetrate several layers of tissue and has the ability to break down and digest dead cells. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it can also alleviate the pain associated with these skin conditions by anesthetizing tissue. One can reduce acne by applying soaps which contain aloe gel and extract. 

Cocoa Butter Soap 

Cocoa Butter is a superb moisturizer which slows down moisture loss. It is known for its hydrating effects and gentleness to the skin. Cocoa Butter is excellent when used on dry skin or on wrinkles. Cocoa Butter is one of the most stable, highly concentrated natural fats known, and melts at body temperature so that it is readily absorbed into the skin. Since Cocoa Butter absorbs so quickly, it immediately relieves dry and irritated skin. Those with serious or persistent skin problems, such as eczema, should consult a physician before using Cocoa Butter. Cocoa Butter is often mistakenly used by people to expedite a suntan and while it will enhance a natural tan, it does not have a sun protection factor (SPF). To prevent the harmful effects of the sun, use a suntan lotion with an SPF of at least 15 that contains Cocoa Butter. Not recommended by those with nut allergies.  

Mango Butter Soap  

Mango Butter has natural emollient properties, high oxidative ability, wound healing, and regenerative activity due to its high unsaponiable. Mango Butter has been traditionally used in the rainforests and tropics for its skin softening, soothing, moisturizing and protective properties and to restore flexibility and reduce degeneration of skin cells. It has a protective effect against UV radiation. Mango Butter will provide improvements and benefits in all the conditions listed below. As you use this butter you are likely to discover additional uses. Dermatologists often recommend Mango Butter for treatment of wrinkles, as most people who use it will notice decreased signs of aging and the disappearance of lines and wrinkles within 4 to 6 weeks of daily use. 

Reasons to use Mango Butter: 

• Effectively treats dry skin 
• Heals skin rash 
• Heals skin peeling, after tanning 
• Clears blemishes and wrinkles 
• Relieves itching skin 
• Heals sunburn 
• Shaving cream for a smooth shave 
• Treats small skin wounds and skin cracks 
• Moisturizes and smoothes tough or rough skin 
• Fights frost bite 
• Prevents stretch marks during pregnancy 
• Relieves insect bites 
• Promotes healthy rejuvenated skin 
• Heals muscle fatigue, aches and tension 
• Relieves skin allergies such as poison ivy or poison oak 
• Treats eczema and dermatitis 
• Fights off fine lines and wrinkle 

Soya Milk Soap 


Soy soap adds an invigorating, moisturizing experience that leaves your skin silky and smooth. Use daily to improve skin elasticity making your skin softer. Soy Soap comes from nature that restores, renews, clarifies, and calms your skin. Soy contains a large amount of Vitamin E, which helps repair damaged skin cells and regenerates growth. Soy also helps maintain a youthful appearance as it transfers female hormones to the skin.