Olive Oil Soap Ingredients

Below you will find the ingredients used in our soaps. They are listed in alphabetical order.

Amla

 

Botanical name: Emblica officinalis

Part of plant used: fruit

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: rich in vitamin C, Amla has an astringent action that will cleanse the skin.

Which soap is it used in:

All of our olive oil soaps

Clove buds & clove bud oil

 

Botanical name: Syzygium aromaticum

Part of plant used: Bud & Bud oil

Certified Organic with ACO 

Properties: mild antiseptic action. Used to create an exfoliating bar & enhance and add a spicy fragrance to our soap.

 

Which soap is it used in:

Masala olive oil soap

 

Cinnamon & cinnamon leaf oil

 

Botanical name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Part of plant used: bark & bark powder & leaf oil

Certified Organic with ACO 

Properties: mild antiseptic, astringent, circulation stimulator. Used to create a mild exfoliating bar & enhance and add a spicy fragrance to the soap.

Which soap is it used in:

Masala olive oil soap

 

Geranium Essential oil 

 

Botanical name: Pelagonium graveolens

Part of plant used: flower

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: antiseptic, astringent & mood enhancer. Used to add a sweet fragrance to our soap. 

Which soap is it used in:

Nebu olive oil soap

 

Green Clay (Australian)

 

Place of origin: Australia

Part of plant used: leaves

Properties: assists in cleansing the skin by removing dirt and oil. Purifies and tones the skin, leaving it soft and glowing.

Which soap is it used in:

Moroccan Mint olive oil soap

 

H2O (water)

 

Symbol: H2O

Source: Distilled 

Use: used in lye solution

 

Kaolin Clay (Australian)

 

Place of origin: Australia

Properties: assists in cleansing the skin by removing dirt and oil. Purifies and tones the skin, leaving it soft and glowing.

Which soap is it used in:

Masala olive oil soap

Nebu olive oil soap

 

Lake Salt (Australian)

Place of origin: Western Australia

Properties: Lake salt is naturally harvested in remote WA. The salt is taken from the top, filtered and dried, keeping all of it trace elements and mineral properties intact.

Which soap is it used in:

All of our olive oil soaps

 

Lye

 

Symbol: NaOH

Properties: when dissolved in water and bound with oil, the chemical reaction creates soap. 

Which soap is it used in:

All of our olive oil soaps

 

Nutmeg & Nutmeg Oil 

 

Botanical name: Myristica fragrans

Part of plant used: nut powder and oil

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: mild antiseptic, stimulates circulation and gives a calming fragrance. Used to add a spicy note to our soap.

Which soap is it used in:

Masala olive oil soap

 

Olive Oil 

 

Place of origin: Maragret River, Western Australia

Botanical name:

Part of plant used: fruit

Biodynamically grown with organic principles (not certified)

Properties: 

Which soap is it used in:

All of our olive oil soaps

 

Orange Essential Oil 

 

Botanical name: Citrus sinensis

Part of plant used: fruit peel

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: uplifting, stimulating and mild antiseptic. Used to give a sweet and uplifting fragrance to our soap.

Which soap is it used in:

Nebu olive oil soap

 

Peppermint leaf & oil

 

Part of plant used: leaf

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: cooling properties of menthol. Used as a minty fragrance in our soap.

Which soap is it used in:

Moroccan Mint olive oil soap

 

Star Anise

 

Botanical name:

Part of plant used: seed

Certified Organic with NASAA 

Properties: 

Which soap is it used in:

Masala olive oil soaps

 

Tumeric 

 

Botanical name: Curcuma longa

Part of plant used: root

Certified Organic with NASAA & USDA

Properties: A natural skin brightener, we use numeric in our soap to give it a natural golden colour.

Which soap is it used in:

Nebu olive oil soap

 

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