Bath Essentials


Usher in a new morning, refresh and rejuvenate an afternoon, or wash away the day with our authentic African soaps.

Hawaiian Sunshine
Hawaiian Sunshine
This soap smells exactly how it sounds, refreshing and energizing. While containing a light unisex fragrance, being cold processed, this soap is strong enough to stand up to the dirtiest jobs and mild enough to soothe the most sensitive skin
Obsidian Black Soap
Obsidian Black Soap
Black soap has been known historically as a great soap for facial washing. Our Obsidian Black Soap continues that tradition with natural essential oils and mild ingredients that will cleanse your body, preserve your natural glow while not irritating your skin.
Handsome Blue
Handsome Blue
Handsome Blue is made with a light but masculine fragrance. Although it contains fragrance, the premium ingredients (coconut oil, jojoba oil, shea butter, olive oil, castor oil) are not disturbed and will perform at optimum level leaving you clean and smelling HANDSOME
Charcoal & Aloe
Charcoal & Aloe
Two powerhouse ingredients in order excellent soap. Charcoal is great for exfoliation and removing toxins, while aloe is natures' Lebron James of adding moisture and healing. Get this soap if you struggle with acne, oily skin or have unwanted blemishes.
Mango Delight
Mango Delight
Ladies love mango! All of our soaps contain a light fragrance. This mango scent soap is no different in quality from our other soaps, while containing mango butter. Mango butter is an excellent hydration catalyst and also softens skin.
Feeling GREAT!
Preserve your sexy!
All clean!
Getting ahead.


  • During saponification, glycerin, a natural byproduct of making soap, is produced. Glycerin pulls water into the outer layer of your skin and traps it there. So basically, it helps to hydrate and moisturize your skin. Large soap companies extract glycerin for use in cosmetics, resulting in extremely harsh, drying soaps. We of course don't do that, so each bar is made up of 5-10% glycerin!
  • We “superfat" our soap, which means 6% of the oils are left unsaponified during the soap making process, making the finished bars super hydrating. 
  • Cold processed soap is known for its silky smoothness. In our case, this is mostly due to the large percentage of olive oil that we use. This is something that you will be hard pressed to find in commercial soap. Our bars also provide a super bubbly lather, a benefit of using unadulterated oils like coconut and castor.
  • Washing your hands with cold processed soap is healthy for your skin. Soaps with synthetic ingredients strip your skin of natural oils. Ours cleans your skin and leaves it feeling moisturized and soft.
  • Bar soap is as equally effective as liquid soap. According to studies, soap and water reduce the presence of bacteria to 8%. Despite the rumors, bar soap does not transfer bacteria from person to person and bacteria cannot grow on a bar of soap. As far as antibacterial soap is concerned, studies show, that antibacterial soap is no more effective in reducing bacteria than regular soap.
  • Cold process soap allows for a bit more creativity and visual appeal, and produces a bar that is both a work of art, and functional.
  • From an environmental perspective, bar soap production requires significantly less chemical raw materials, and is packaged without the use of plastics as opposed to liquid soap bottles. Researchers have also found that when washing, we use six times more liquid soap than bar soap. Liquid soap has a large carbon footprint as it is less efficient to transport and typically comes in a plastic container which is not completely recyclable. When it comes to the environment, bar soap is the clear winner!





Cold process soap is made with heat generated by the chemical reaction between the fatty acid (plant oils) and the base, instead of a heat source like most available soap bars on the market. 

Soap is made by combining oils and a base. By using heat and friction, the oil and the base are neutralized into soap. The sodium hydroxide (base) is completely neutralized until none of it remains in the finished product. This process is called saponification.