Soap Ingredient Glossary

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a popular ingredient in soap because of its moisturizing and soothing properties. It also helps remove dirt and grime from the skin, making it ideal for getting a deep clean without harsh chemicals.

Soy Bean Protein (Conditioner)

A nutrient rich in vitamin E that helps promote skin health and maintain soft skin.


Ahhhh- water, the key ingredient in not only our soaps, but almost all of our products for a variety of reasons.

Jojoba Oil

A non-toxic, bio-degradable extract that helps bubbles stay bubblier and allows the lather to longer.

Essential Oils (fragrance)

We use essential oils extracted from plants as a natural fragrant which also keeps the moisture level of the skin intact.

Thermochromatic Compound

Made using organic leuco dyes, this compund is the facilitator of the color changing effect manifested in our soaps.

Lye (Saponification)

One of the critical ingredients in soap-making is traditionally lye. Lye is the agent responsible for reacting with oils to form soap and glycerin, changing liquid oils into a solid soap bar. This process is called saponification.


Glycerin is an essential and versatile ingredient that we use in all our soap products. It acts as an humectant, helping to hydrate the hair and skin by drawing in moisture from water in the air. Glycerin also helps hold in moisture for long-lasting hydration and smoothness.

Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier)

This emulsifier helps bind ingredients together and keep the soap from separating. Additionally, it evenly distributes the fragrance throughout the soap.