Experience Nature’s Freshness

Delight your senses with our incredibly refreshing lemon-scented soap. Crafted with the finest vegan ingredients, it's a testament to our commitment to cruelty-free beauty.

Each bar is a luxurious escape into a world of zesty lemon groves and sun-kissed freshness. Embrace the essence of nature, and let your skin glow with the golden touch of lemons.

Enjoy the perfect lather that leaves your skin feeling clean, nourished, and rejuvenated.


Triple Butter & Aloe Soap Base (Made in the USA)

All Vegan and cruelty free vegetable glycerin derived soap base
  • Glycerin: Generally safe and beneficial for the skin. It's a humectant, meaning it helps retain moisture.

  • Water: Safe and is the base ingredient in many skincare products.

  • Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, commonly known as aloe vera juice, is widely regarded as safe and beneficial for skin care. It is known for its soothing, moisturizing, and healing properties.
  • Sodium Stearate: Typically safe; it's a surfactant that helps to create lather.

  • Sorbitol: Safe for most people. It's used as a humectant and can also improve the texture of the product.

  • Propylene Glycol: Generally considered safe but can cause irritation in some people with sensitive skin.

  • Sodium Laurate: Safe; it's another surfactant and helps with cleansing and lathering.

  • Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES): A widely used surfactant. It can cause irritation or dryness in some individuals, especially at higher concentrations.

  • Sodium Chloride: Essentially table salt, it's safe and often used as a thickener in soaps and shampoos.

  • Stearic Acid: Generally safe; used as an emulsifier and to help maintain the product's shape and texture.

  • Lauric Acid: Safe; it's a fatty acid that contributes to the hardness and lather of soap.

  • Sodium Thiosulfate: Generally safe; used in soaps as a chelating agent.

  • Pentasodium Penetate: Typically safe; used as a chelating agent and can help improve the soap's appearance and stability.

  • Tetrasodium Etidronate: Generally safe; also a chelating agent, preventing soap scum and improving lather.

  • Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter: Safe and beneficial for the skin, known for its moisturizing properties.

  • Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Seed Butter: Safe and often used for its moisturizing and skin-conditioning properties.

  • Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Oil: Safe and well-regarded for its moisturizing and skin-conditioning benefits.

  • Titanium Dioxide: Generally safe as a colorant or sunscreen agent in cosmetics, but inhaling titanium dioxide particles in powder form can be harmful.

Additional Ingredients

  • Lemon-Based Essential Oils: Generally considered safe for use in soap and skincare products, but with some precautions. Lemon essential oil is popular for its refreshing scent and potential skin benefits, including astringent and antimicrobial properties.
  • Turmeric: Generally safe for use in skincare products. Turmeric is known for its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties, which can be beneficial for the skin. It's often used to improve skin tone and reduce scarring or inflammation. However, turmeric can sometimes cause a mild staining of the skin, which is temporary, and may cause allergic reactions or irritation in some individuals, especially those with sensitive skin. As with any ingredient, a patch test is recommended to check for any adverse reactions before using it widely on the skin.


Important note about the risks of using lemon based essential oils in skincare products:
  • Photosensitivity: Lemon essential oil can make the skin more sensitive to sunlight, leading to a higher risk of sunburn. It's crucial to use sun protection if you're using products containing lemon essential oil, especially on exposed skin areas.

  • Skin Irritation: Like other citrus oils, lemon essential oil can cause skin irritation or allergic reactions in some individuals, especially if used in high concentrations. It's recommended to dilute it appropriately in the soap formulation.

In summary, while the risks associated with lemon essential oil are reduced in a wash-off soap format, it is still prudent to be cautious, especially for individuals with sensitive skin or a history of allergic reactions. As always, patch testing any new product containing lemon oil is advisable.


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