ingredient info n-z
Here you'll find a list of ingredients (N-Z) found in our products with information about their sources and uses.

• Niacinamide  Also known as Vitamin B3, its ability to help skin retain moisture and reduce environmental damage, inflammation, irritation and redness make it an important component in skin soothing and repair. Excellent for reducing hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone.
• Oat protein  A conditioner and humectant, oat protein also provides a silky feel.
• Palm (Elaesis guineensis) oil  High in fatty acids, Palm oil is commonly used in soapmaking for its moisturizing and hardening properties (similar to tallow). Sourced from companies that comply with RSPO.
• Rosehip (Rosa mosqueta) oil  Recognized for its skin healing properties, and extremely high in essential fatty acids. Suitable for treating burns, scars and stretch marks.
• Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) oil  The same oil commonly used in cooking is also an excellent moisturizer for mature, dry, damaged skin due to its high levels of linoleic acid.
• Shea (Butyrosperum parkii) butter  The fat extracted from the nut of the African shea tree is loaded with saturated fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Superior moisturizer and skin softener.
• Silver dihydrogen citrate  A broad-spectrum, all-natural, anti-microbial preservative made from a stabilized silver ion complex that is non-toxic, non-caustic, colorless, odorless, tasteless and does not produce toxic fumes. Note: Silver dihydrogen citrate is NOT colloidal silver and as such, does not cause Argyria.
• Sodium hydroxide (lye) 
Saponifying agent. You can't make soap without it, period. Lye reacts with oils to cause a chemical reaction called saponification, which creates a glycerin-rich soap. After saponification, no lye remains in our cleansing bars.
• Sorbic acid  A preservative and humectant obtained from berries.
• Sorbitan oleate  An emulsifying ingredient (from berries).
• Sorbitol  A humectant derived from berries and other fruits that gives a velvety feel to skin.
• Stearic acid  A naturally occurring fatty acid in vegetable fats used for emulsifying and thickening.
• Sweet almond (Prunus dulcis) oil  An excellent emollient and known for its ability to soften and re-condition the skin. Rich in proteins and Vitamin D, Sweet almond oil is considered extremely nourishing. Soothes dry skin and irritated areas.

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