Ingredients Breakdown

We know how easy it is to feel overwhelmed when looking at an ingredients list. We want to be as transparent as possible on what we use and why, so you can be confident when buying and using our products. If you have questions regarding a particular product or ingredient, please contact us and we will be happy to help!

 *work in progress, more ingredients will be added overtime*


Castor Oil

Castor Oil has many benefits for the skin, including preventing wrinkles (from antioxidants), fights acne (due to antibacterial properties), is moisturizing, and promotes overall skin health. Castor Oil can be found in our Soaps.


Citric Acid

Citric Acid, along with Baking Soda, is a main ingredient in bath bombs. The combination between Citric Acid and Baking Soda creates the fizzing reaction in water. Citric Acid is also a mild preservative, and is often found in candy. Citric Acid is an ingredient used in our Bath Bombs, Flower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.


Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is used for moisturizing dry skin, reducing inflammation, and is antibacterial and antifungal. In soap, Coconut Oil creates a rich lather and can help reduce side effects of Eczema and Acne. Coconut Oil can be found in our Soaps.


Cream of Tartar

Cream of Tartar is used in conjunction with Citric Acid to activate the fizz and aid in the hardening process of bath bombs. Cream of Tartar is an ingredient used in our Bath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.


Distilled Water

We use Distilled Water in our Soap. This is because Distilled Water is more consistent, and trace amounts of metals in tap water can disrupt the quality of handmade soap. 


Epsom Salt

Epsom Salts have been used for hundreds of years to ease body aches, pains, and skin issues. When put in water, these salts breakdown into magnesium and sulfate. People often use Epsom Salts in bath water to treat: swelling and pain caused by Arthritis, Insomnia, Psoriasis, and to aid with sore muscles from working out. Epsom Salt is an ingredient used in the Ache Away Bath Bomb.


Isopropyl Alcohol

Isopropyl Alcohol is used when making bath bombs to wet your mixture without setting off a reaction. After about 24 hours, the alcohol evaporates from the bath bomb, leaving it smooth and hard. We use Isopropyl Alcohol in our Bath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.


Kaolin Clay

Kaolin Clay adds structure and sturdiness to bath bombs. It is considered a disinfectant, and has the ability to remove toxins from the body while also moisturizing your skin. Kaolin Clay also has benefits including: tightening skin, anti-aging properties, and combats cellulite. Kaolin Clay is used in our SoapsBath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.



Micas are a group of minerals, which are common in igneous and metamorphic rock and sometimes sedimentary rock. Micas are used in many products, including cosmetics such as eye shadows. We use Mica in our SoapsBath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers to add color. 


Olive Oil


Olive Oil has many benefits for your skin, including protecting and hydrating sensitive skin, repairs damaged skin tissues, revitalizes and strengthens skin's tonicity, and has antioxidants to combat aging. Olive Oil can be found in our Soaps.


Polysorbate 80


Polysorbate 80 is an emulsifier that is sourced from vegetables. It allows oil to bind with water, and can help incorporate colored mica into products. Polysorbate 80 is found in our Bath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.


Shea Butter

Shea Butter has many benefits for the skin, including softening and hydrating the skin, reducing inflammation, help prevent breakouts due to oily skin, and it contains antioxidants including vitamin A and E (which some experts say can promote anti-aging benefits, but more research is needed to validate if this is true). Shea Butter is found in our SoapsBath Bombs, and Flower Bombs


Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda)

Baking Soda is used along with Citric Acid to not only aid with the hardening, fizzing, and dissolving of bath bombs, but it also helps diffuse any colorants and fragrance. Baking Soda is an ingredient used in our Bath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.


Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)


In order for soap to be considered soap, it must contain Lye. Lye is an ingredient that is used for soap making, as well as in the food and cleaning industries. All types of Lye are metal hydroxides and are alkaline, meaning they have a very high pH. A 'soap' bar made without Lye is actually considered a detergent, and is often made with chemicals. During the soap making process, Lye is added along with the other ingredients but is not left over in the finished product. This is because of the chemical reaction that occurs when making soap. 


Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate (SLSA)

SLSA is a surfactant (a substance which tends to reduce the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved) that is 100% derived naturally from coconut oil and palm oil. We only buy from companies that are committed to sourcing palm oil responsibly. SLSA aids in the fizzing and foaming of bath bombs. This is an ingredient used in our Bath BombsFlower Bombs, and Shower Steamers.