Every choice is a compromise. We are trying to set up a standard with the most possible awareness for our soaps and therefor for our planet and your skin!

Cocoa butter
Cocoa butter leaves a light film on the skin. It supports wound healing and promotes the growth of skin cells.

Coconut oil
We use coconut oil in our soaps as a foaming and cleansing oil. It leaves a pleasant cooling sensation on the skin. Coconut oil is also moisturizing.

Hemp oil
Hemp oil has an anti-inflammatory effect and is quickly absorbed into the skin. The oil is especially suitable for rough, dry and inflamed skin.

Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil is particularly suitable for skin care for oily skin. It ensures that the natural moisture of the skin is maintained, inhibits inflammation. Jojoba oil gives shine and moisturises.

Olive oil
Olive oil is a slow-absorbing, wrapping oil that is popular for dry skin. It has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects. The tradition of olive oil soap goes back for ages.

Shea butter
Shea butter nourishes the skin due to its high content of unsaponifiables and its water-binding capacity. It leaves a delicate protective film on the skin. Shea butter, also known as carité butter, supports wound healing and soothes irritated skin.

Sunflower oil
We use organic sunflower oil rich in oleic acid. It is a light, non-sticking and mildly nourishing oil.