Ingredients— Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Safflowerate, Sodium Olivate, Goat Milk, Glycerin, Centaurea Cyanus (Cornflower) Flower Extract
Goat milk is full of vitamins such as A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, E, etc., and minerals such as zinc, copper, iron, selenium, etc. Apart from that, also fatty acids, amino acids, citric acid, antioxidants, and enzymes. All of these are required not only for the body, but are also important for our skin. However, the best part is that goat milk can penetrate the surface layer of the skin quickly and provide each of our tissues with adequate amounts of nutrients. In short, regular use of goat milk soap can nourish and nourish the skin from within.
The shea butter makes this soap extra hydrating and is extremely gentle on your skin. Also, for the little ones.
The anthocyanins, the blue colorants in the cornflowers, have strong anti-inflammatory properties and associated numerous antioxidants.
This product is made with love and mostly organic ingredients. I make the soaps bar with cold process. Cold-process soap has the advantage of a gradual, more natural chemical reaction, resulting in a more nourishing, skin-compatible soap bar. It takes more time to dry, but I think it is worth it if you want to have good and clean products.
Olive oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing olives, the fruit of the olive tree. Mankind has been familiar with olive oil for a long time, the oldest records show that this oil was already used 4000 years before the beginning of our era. I use a Greek, organic olive oil. The olive oil add a lot of moisture to damaged hair and is caring for the scalp. It also prevents split ends in your hair. So your hair looks shiny and healthy.
I use an organic sheabutter, grade A, unrefined and raw. Because I believe the less processed a product is, the better it is for your skin. Even though shea butter is from nuts, it almost never triggers allergies. Sheabutter is really moisturizing, anti-inflammatory and has high levels of vitamin A and E, which stimulates antioxidant activity. And is stimulates the collagen production. This means that is it anti-aging as well. Sheabutter is the main ingredient in this soap. That is why it is almost like using a body lotion on your skin.
A crop that is primarily grown in areas of the Western Great Plains is an annual broadleaf oil seed named, Safflower. Safflower does indeed have a flower, but it is grown for the oil pressed from the seeds of the plant. I use safflower oil in the soaps because of the nourishing effect it has on your skin. It is one of the most conditioning oils you find.
We shouldn’t only think of ourselves when we buy products. Of course, you want the best for yourself and your family, but we also have a planet to think of. And because of that, I have no plastics wrap around the products. The soaps and shampoo bars have a paper wrap around them with the product information. The creams come in small metal boxes that are easy and fun to reuse. Only the arnica cream comes in a plastic holder, because I haven’t found a better solution for that.
I try to send everything in envelopes, not in big boxes that have to be filled up with plastic. Please try to reuse the envelopes as much as possible too. So we will all do our bit for our beautiful planet!
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