Handcrafted Luxury Resort Soaps.
We make hand-crafted luxury bath soaps in 20 gram and 40 gram sizes for use in hotels and resorts. Available in 18 different exotic variants including a men’s shaving bar and a shampoo bar. Our handcrafted soaps are made with the finest nourishing oils, Himalayan flowers, herbs and pure therapeutic essential oils. All our soaps are made in small batches, using the traditional cold processed method which retains the natural glycerin. Each bar is hand-cut, cured for 2 months in the pure mountain air and individually packed. Our colors are plant-derived; we do not use artificial colors or preservatives.
What is soap?
Soap is what happens when lye ( sodium hydroxide), water or milk and oils are heated up and combined together. The process is called saponification.
What is Handmade Soap?
In the Handmade soap making process, oils and fats are combined with an alkali to produce soap and glycerin. Hand-crafted cold-process soap offers many unique benefits for your skin. Hand-crafted soap is made using a batch process using the highest quality, pure skin-loving oils such as apricot oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, sweet almond oil and hemp oil. Our soaps are naturally colored using various plants and spices. We also use wild- harvested healing herbs and heavenly smelling pure essential oils. Soap cleanses the skin while glycerin moisturizes it. Glycerin is naturally produced during the handmade cold process soap making method. Kilo for kilo glycerin costs more than soap which is why some soap manufacturers remove the glycerin from the soap and sell it to cosmetic manufacturers
Why buy hand-crafted cold process soap when you can easily buy soap at the store?
Most so-called “soaps” are really beauty bars or deodorant bars. They are full of chemicals that are drying to your skin. Handmade soaps, on the other hand, are extremely moisturizing because of the high quality of oils used and the glycerin that is left in the soap. Using hand-made soap leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth all day long.