All soap is made with a liquid and lye mixed together with various oils and
butters. LYE?! Yes, the same way our grandmothers made it. Yes, even that clear glycerin soap you thought
was mild and good for your skin contains lye (or worse, a detergent).
So why isn't our soap harsh like your grandma's soap? We superfat our
soaps to make sure that all the lye was used up during the soapmaking process
and to give your skin the moisture it needs to stay healthy.
Another fact you should consider, large manufacturers of soap (glycerin soap
included) remove the naturally occurring glycerin and add lots of chemicals to
make their soaps last longer, or smell good, or even to remove the smell.
carefully select our ingredients to produce a long lasting bar while maintaining
the natural glycerin and moisture.