Q: Where did the name O-Snipuls come from?
You would not believe how many times I have been asked this or maybe you do. The name Snipuls is a popular last name in England and I put the O in front of it to give it that touch of spice. Say it loud and say it proud 0-Snipuls!
Q: Do you have a blog?
Why yes we do! Here is the link:
Q: Where are you located?
I am currently a small home based business out of Savannah, Ga.
Q: What is O-Snipuls position on animal testing?
Our products are tested on O-Snipuls employees, friends, and family but never on animals! We love animals to much to cause any harm to them!<3I assure you that every product I make with my own hands will never be tested on animals! O-Snipuls believes in safe and effective testing alternatives, while ensuring product and consumer safety.
Q: How long has O-Snipuls been in business?
We were developed towards the end of 2013 and launched our company in 2015.
Q: Is the information I provide O-Snipuls confidential?
Yes, nothing that is emailed to me will never be shared.
Q: Do you sell or trade emails lists and names?
Never, you signed up to be part of O-Snipuls and we will keep your information safe.
Q: Do you have vegan products?
All of them are vegan. I am a 100% vegan store. I am personally vegan and I have incorporated my lifestyle into my company.
Q: Do you have a list of your ingredients?
Of course, This is a example list of some but not all of our ingredients we do provide a breakdown of ingredients on each listing.
Key: *Organic, “Handmade
*Castor oil: Is used in skincare applications where it can effectively deeply penetrate the skin to help retain moisture. Another benefit is the ability to act as a binding agent in certain cosmetic formulations.
*Cocoa Butter: Thought to reduce skin dryness and improve elasticity. This is a relatively hard butter ideal for body care products. Chocolate-like aroma.
*Coconut Oil: This is one oil everyone should know about it is so beneficial. The Lauric Acid in Coconut Oil Can Kill Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi, Helping to Stave Off Infections. Coconut Oil Can Protect Hair against Damage, Moisturize Skin and Function as Sunscreen. I could go on and on all day about coconut oil but I will let you find out for yourself after you use my products.
*Coconut Milk: Coconut milk is immensely rich in vitamins and minerals. Coconut milk contains high levels of some of the crucial minerals like, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and zinc. It also contains a significant amount of vitamin C and E.
*Coconut Water: t's clear liquid is sweet, and sterile and composed of unique chemicals such as sugars, vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, enzymes, amino acids, cytokine, and phyto-hormones.
*Golden Jojoba Oil: In fact, it can be used as an emollient to treat acne and unclog hair follicles encouraging the re-growth of thinning hair. Remove makeup and condition eyelashes at the same time. Add to your soap to moisturize with oil that closely resembles that produced naturally in the human body.
*Grapeseed Oil: Lightweight oil that is high in Vitamins, Minerals & Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids. Believed to preserve the natural moisture in aging skin. Easily penetrates the skin.
*Hempseed Oil: Excellent moisturizing properties. Excellent glide without being greasy. Penetrates quickly - one of the “driest“natural oils available. High in Essential Fatty Acids. Excellent choice for dry or damaged skin (i.e. eczema, psoriasis and mastaligia.) Darker color and slight natural odor when compared to Refined Hemp Seed Oil.
*Mango Butter: Exhibits excellent moisturizing for lotions and good lubricity on skin. Readily at skin temperatures making it ideal for sticks and balms. Counters the drying effects of bar soaps and cleansers. Is a great additive for products that target dry, damaged, and aging skin.
*Olive Oil Promace: Production begins by transforming the fruit into a paste. Droplets are then pressed from the paste. The remaining paste is called pomace. Pomace Olive Oil is a blend of pomace and vegetable oil. All Natural. Pomace portion of oil is solvent extracted. Oil portion warm pressed and refined without the use of solvents.
*Sunflower Oil: Excellent penetrating and moisturizing qualities while displaying good spread ability on the skin. Ideal as a massage oil. Well tolerated by all skin types. Economical alternative to expensive oils. Does not clog pores.
*Sweet Almond Oil: Is an excellent penetrating qualities and good spread ability on the skin, making it ideal as a massage oil. Adds moisturizing attributes. Excellent substitute for petroleum based oils. Does not clog pores.
*Unrefined Shea Butter: can improve skin elasticity, which has made it popular with both men and women. Today it is used as an essential ingredient for belly butters and stretch mark creams. More than that, though, Shea Butter can also block the sun’s ultraviolet rays, so you will often find it as a major ingredient in sun block products, lip balms, and lip-gloss. It can also be used as an anti-inflammatory and humectants, which makes it very useful in medicinal ointments and creams.
*Candelilla Wax: Is a wax that is derived from a small shrub native to northern part of Mexico and southwestern part of the U.S.A.
Coarse Sea Salt: Sea salt is produced from the evaporation of seawater. Coarse sea salt is a bit more chunky than regular fine sea salt. Sea salt contains minerals that plays a key role in our skin's health.
*European Spa Salt: Is harvested from the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Solar evaporation is the ancient process of salt collected in a pollution free region with high evaporation rates. One of the purest salts in the world.
*Dead Sea Salt: The Secret is the Dead Sea has around 10x's more mineral content than any other sea in the world! Yes, you read that right. 10x's That sea packs a punch. Dead Sea is packed full of Potassium, Zinc, Magnesium, Sulfur, Chlorine, Iodine and Calcium.
Epsom Salt: Epsom Salt has some awesome benefits for the skin. Magnesium sulphate is the second most abundant element in the human body and the fourth-most important positively charged ion in the body.
Baking soda: Is a white compound that is used in an assortment of my products. A binding agent for bath bombs and bath soaks.
*Citric Acid: is a weak organic acid that is used to give bath bombs that fizzy. It is also a natural preservative.
Stearic Acid: The one I used is triple pressed palm stearic acid. I use it in the body and facial scrubs. Used to thicken from scratch foaming bath whip.
*Assorted Teas: I use only organic and natural teas in my products. For example: Detox tea and chamomile ea
*'Assorted Color: I don't use any mica in my products. I only use natural flowers and plants for coloring. Some are homemade and some are store brought. For example: Rose hip powder and Lemon powder
*Associated Spices: we all use spices for cooking so why not for soaping or other products? Used for natural coloring. For example: Cocoa powder and Cinnamon powder.
*Vitamin E: Can be helpful in protecting skin from sun damage, anti-aging, and helps heal cuts. It great if you have a vitamin E deficiency and want a extra way to soak in vitamin E naturally.
Witch hazel: Comes from a plant. It is used for skin irritation, acne, and itching. Instead of using water in my bath bombs I use witch hazel to give your skin that extra benefit.
*Sugar: I only use two types of sugar in my products and that is coconut sugar and raw cane sugar.
*Sodium Cocoyl Isenthionate: Is derived from coconut oil. It helps cleans the skin and hair by helping water to mix with oil and dirt so they can rinsed away. One of my ingredients in all my scrubs.
*Cocamidopropl Betaine: Is derived from coconut oil. It is used to boost bubbles in bath and body products. One of my ingredients in all my scrubs.
*Vegatable Glycerin: Is used to soften dry skin. Vegetable Source and all natural. It also help boost bubbles in bath and body products.
*Jojoba Beans: Are made from jojoba oil and minerals. It is odorless and perfect for bar soap, scrubs, and much more. Used to gently exfoliate your skin.
*Colombian Supremo Coffee: Anytime you want to fight cellulite coffee is your go to. I use this in my cellulite scrub and also a coffee soap coming soon
* Apple Cider Vinegar: Is a miracle in a bottle with over 75 known uses. I use it in my flea spray. The smell mixed in with the essential oils keep fleas and ticks away naturally. Coming soon ACV shampoo bar to help regulate PH level.
*Coconut Milk: Is loaded with fats, nutrients, and minerals that are good for your skin and hair. Some reports says coconut milk can do the following reduce symptoms of psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis. (I have psoriasis and I agree) and soften skin and helps relieve dryness and flaking. There is so much that coconut milk does. **A blog coming soon**
*Coconut Water: Is rich in antioxidants and electrolytes. It helps to replenish and nourish for healthier and younger looking skin.
Optiphen Plus: Is ideal for products with a low level PH system. It will not damage your skin. Anytime you use water in a product you need a preservative or your product will become moldy. I use this is my scrubs. A very small small amount.