Frequently Asked Questions
What ingredients do you use?
We use a base of Coconut Oil, Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Goatsmilk, Grade A Olive Oil, Kaolin Clay, and depending on the bar Essential or Fragrance oil. All of our ingredients are Spa-Grade and we provide only the best ingredients for our products.
Are your products eco-friendly?
Yes! Everything we use is sustainable and responsibly sourced so we can lower our impact on the environment.
Can I order your products in a smaller size?
You certainly can, we provide hotel-sized bars and other variations! Feel free to Contact Us anytime regarding special orders!
What are Shower Steamers?
Shower Steamers are very much like Bathbombs but they are more aromatherapy based. Depending on the scent you choose they can assist with an array of ailments like Allergies, Colds, Chest Congestion, or Headaches. They can also act as a great wake-up call in the morning if you choose something with Citrus!
How do I use a Shower Steamer?
For our Shower Steamers, we recommend either placing them on the floor or keeping them mid to head level while in the shower. From there you want to ensure you get heat and steam going in the shower and provide enough water for the shower steamer to start fizzling. It will activate much as a Bath Bomb would. With these three things the Steamer will diffuse the essential oils into the air and melt away.
What is a Konjac Sponge?
A Konjac sponge is a body and facial exfoliator that is meant to be very gentle on the skin and can even be used for people with sensitive skin. It is made out of the powder from the Konjac root which is known to have wound healing properties and it is also infused with charcoal which naturally pulls out impurities from your pores. The Konjac sponge will biodegrade over time with consistent use it will most likely last for about a month.
Do you use Lye?
We do! In fact, every soap contains a Lye water solution otherwise it isn't considered a soap. When lye mixes with oil, it becomes soap after it is saponified. At the beginning of the soap-making process, you will mix water, oil, and lye. But then you cure the soap and everything changes. As the chemicals harden, the liquid becomes a soap bar. And if you cure the soap for three to four weeks, there is no oil, water, or lye left in the soap. Our soaps cure for 4-6 weeks to ensure that the mixture has completely cured.
How do I properly care for my candles?
1. Let the wax pool for the best burn and fragrance, let your candle burn until the top layer becomes a pool of liquid wax from edge to edge before putting it out.
2. Keep the wick trimmed to about 1/8th-1/4th inch after each use. This will keep the wax clean and allows the wick to burn nicely.
3. Only burn the candle when 1/2’’ of wax remains. Overheating the glass can cause it to break. Reuse or recycle the container.
4. Always burn your candle on a heat-resistant surface avoiding drafts and never leave it unattended. Burn for 5 to 4 hours at one time.