Soap manufacture must go through a chemical process called saponification, wherein the oils and butters combine with sodium hydroxide (or lye). A natural byproduct of this process is glycerin. Glycerin is a humectant, which means it pulls moisture from the surrounding air and draws it to itself. 

Commercially manufactured soaps use a cocktail of detergents & synthetic ingredients in making a soap that dries the skin & sometimes causes allergic reaction. They also remove the glycerin that is formed as a by-product and use in other products such as lotions.

Handmade soaps are made of vegetable oils and butters that are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients that are essential to healthy skin. These soap makers also allow the glycerin to remain in the soap. This creates a soap that is moisturising and hydrating to the skin.

Our range of soaps are completely different from commercially made soaps. We take our handmade, natural soaps a step further. We use nourishing organic oils and Australian botanical ingredients that are known to have beneficial effects for different skin conditions.