Sunset Sands Soap
Clean, fresh air, and Ozone nice scent.
Made with real sand from Tybee Island. Not recommended for the face.
Keep in mind that our soaps are handmade and hand-cut. That simply means that they may differ a bit in shape and color from the ones in the pictures. Handmade crafts are always unique!
Each soap weight is between 6-6.5 oz.
Packaged in an Eco-friendly manner. PLASTIC FREE.
I use both cold process method to create these works of nature.
PLEASE NOTE: Handmade products will last longer if kept dry between uses. A draining soap dish is recommended and keep away from streams of water.
I use both cold process and hot process methods to create these works of nature.
*Olive Oil- an excellent oil to use in soap as it is a moisturizer that forms a "breathable" layer on the skin, preventing loss of internal moisture. Produces small, silky bubbles and contributes hardness to the bar.
*Coconut Milk- The huge amount of nutrients as well as fatty acids present in coconut milk soaps offer intense hydration to dry, dull and lifeless skin. Coconut milk doesn't dry out the skin while cleansing it. It has been found that coconut milk is enriched with powerful antioxidants including Vitamin C and Vitamin E, which lower the number of harmful free radicals in our body and prevent oxidative damages caused by them. It is also full of essential micronutrients like selenium, iron, copper, zinc, and so on, which take care of the health and nourishment of the skin.
*Coconut Oil- Coconut is the only oil that will lather in *any* type of water - even seawater. Coconut oil is moisturizing and adds lots of fluffy lather. We use coconut oil to take advantage of its moisturizing benefits to enhance your soft glowing skin. It is also known to delay the occurrence of wrinkles with its antioxidant properties.
*Unrefined Shea Butter- Fabulous for soaps to add moisture and nourish the skin. Shea butter can reduce stretch marks, help diminish skin irritations. It also contributes to a very hard bar.
*Castor Oil- Acts as a humectant by attracting and retaining moisture to the skin. It also contributes lots of bubbles to soap - a "bubble booster".
Mica- used in cosmetics and soap, begin with naturally mined mica and ground to a fine powder (is greyish white in color which is then coated with pigments) Colored micas are comprised of pigments. Pigments, however, are not natural. They are lab-created because naturally mined pigments contain unhealthy levels of lead, arsenic, and mercury which are deadly. Pigments are lab-created to keep us all safe.
Saponified *Olive Oil, *Coconut Milk, *Coconut Oil, *Unrefined Shea Butter, *Castor Oil, Mica and Fragrance Oil