About our Handcrafted Artisan Olive Oil Based Soaps
Our natural handmade handcrafted soaps are formulated to deliver the very best in skin care while using only safe, truly natural ingredients. We never use harmful synthetic chemicals, preservatives, artificial dyes, or synthetic fragrance oils All of our soaps are made in small batches to ensure the quality of each batch. We hand stir, hand cut and hand wrap every bar. We even make our own wrapper. Every bar is given a long cure period so that when it reaches you it is mild and ready to use..
We hand-make many different varieties of soap. Every bar begins with carrier oils , we use a high percentage of cold pressed organic extra virgin Greek olive oil to which we add organic un-refined coconut oil. We also use sustainable palm oil and castor, avocado, Brazilian nut, almond and hazelnut oils ,Some of our essential oils include tea tree, and copaiba oils for a rich creamy lather that nourishes as it moisturizes and is great for skin care.
Next we add botanicals, butters, and cleansing earth clay's for their exceptional skin care benefits. Finally we scent our fragrant soaps with only pure essential oils extracted from plants - fresh clean scents, the way mother nature intended.
We import oils from Italy, Greece, and Spain, clay's and flowers from Morocco and France, essential oils and butters from Africa, France, Australia and Egypt, and of course the good old USA, all our honey and milk is local, straight from the farm..
Our handmade soap is truly 100% natural from start to finish. You can feel the difference! Treat yourself to a bar and experience how good natural soap can be to your skin. Beautifully simple.
Century Old Family of Natural Handcrafted Soap
Santa Lucia Murari Borba was a farmer's daughter from Murari's Borba, born in Italy 1904. She moved to Brazil in 1917 from her home in Tuscany - Italy , where she had to learn to make soap from scratch and essential oils from the plants out of necessity.
After years of making soap for her 13 children, her family finally convinced her to open a small soap shop in Sao Paulo Brazil where she made soaps with her family for 25 years, those soap recipes found there way to North Carolina last year when I went back to Brazil for Christmas and asked grandmother for food recipes to bring back to NC. While looking through boxes of recipes we came across all her old soap and essential oil recipes.