Castile Soap 

Ingredients: Olive Oil, Lye, Water. 

The only oil used to make Castile Soap is Olive Oil. The first 100% Olive Oil Soaps were made in Castile, Spain, in the Mediterrean region where Olive Oil is plentiful. So a soap made only of Olive Oil has traditionally been called a Castile Soap
Castile Soap has become widely known as an excellent quality soap, and it is. Olive Oil is one of the most luxurious oils used in handmade soapmaking. A soap being sold as 'Castile' but containing other oils is not a true Castile Soap. So read about the ingredients before buying a soap. 
The lather of a Castile soap is low, with larger, open bubbles, and the Olive Oil acts as a humectant, drawing moisture to the skin. 
Castile Soap is the most gentle soap that can be made, which is why it is recommended as a baby soap. Situations where a gentle soap may be desirable are after surgery, during and after chemotherapy, and daily care for tender, elderly skin.

Hemp Soap Recipe

Our hemp soap recipe has nourishing oils in it such as Olive, Avacado, Tallow and of course Hemp. The scents are all ode to the terpene, the glorious scent producer from the marijauna plant. 

Our Hemp soaps are made for fun. They are named after differnt strain of marijuana and bring a splash of colour and scent to any tub party. Buds with suds, dope on a rope there are so many places we could take this soap name wise, but we will leave all that fun for you.

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