Native Woods is a particularly sentimental fragrance for me. It reminds me of childhood summer nights spent around a campfire, breathing in the humid, midwest heat.
pine • balsam • citrus • bergamot • white flowers • sandalwood • patchouli • musk
Happy-skin blend of soft + luxurious (detergent free!) soap made with coconut milk and coloured with natural clays and powders.
Since this soap is naturally coloured with french green clay, the colour of each bar can differ, though you'll have all the goodness that french green clay provides. French green clay is wonderful for pulling impurities out from your skin, toning and reducing inflammation. This clay can work wonders for oily skin, since it will pull excess oil out from your pores, but not strip your skin of your natural oils… you need those!
Ingredients: sorbitol (sorbitol), coconut oil (sodium cocoate), propylene glycol (propylene glycol), stearic acid (sodium stearate), water, sodium hydroxide, glycerin, coconut milk (cocos nucifera fruit juice), titanium dioxide, french green clay.
Coconuts are one of my absolute favourite ingredients to work with because it's basically a miracle worker for your skin + hair.
Coconut milk is wonderful for moisturizing dehydrated, damaged skin and hair. With its high levels of vitamin C, coconut milk helps maintain resiliency + suppleness of the skin. And because of the copper that's naturally found in coconut milk, it can also prevent wrinkles, sagging skin + sunspots! (Who would turn that down?!). Gentle utilization of coconut milk is great for fighting dry skin ailments like eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis. The natural fatty acids in coconut milk help heal dry + bothered skin and remove harmful bacteria.
Coconut milk, packed with vitamins C, E, B1, B3, B5, B6 along with iron, selenium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, is the liquid that's found within the "meat" of the coconut. It's the product of blending the coconut "meat" from mature coconuts and straining it. Why mature coconuts? As a coconut grows, the coconut water transforms into more of the coconut meat, resulting in more coconut milk.