Avocado & a Twist of Lime


Regular price $6.50

Coconut oil Keep your skin hydrating and repairing itself while you sleep by applying coconut oil gently on your face. If you are prone to acne or have very oily skin, try adding a few drops to your normal moisturizer instead to ramp up hydration without adding extra oil. Helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles on your skin making the skin look healthy because of the coconut oil benefits. Since it is predominantly medium chain fatty acids (called Triglycerides that can be long or medium chain), the skin easily absorbs these.

Virgin olive oil has been used topically to relieve every day skin ailments. It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and anti-aging properties because it is packed with antioxidants and vitamins. It hydrates the skin by building the skin's moisture barrier to prevent loss of moisture.

Shea butter is full of vitamins that are great for your skin, including vitamins A, E, and F. It also contains linolenic acid and other types of fatty acids your skin needs. This makes shea butter a natural moisturizer. You can use shea butter to help prevent dry skin and to keep your skin nourished and healthy. Shea butter soap is less harsh than other types of soap. This combined with its moisturizing properties will leave your skin feeling smooth and soft. 

However, shea butter soap also contains unsaponifiable compounds. These compounds allow more of the shea butter to be delivered to your skin than other types of soap made with oils. 

Shea butter is loaded with linolenic, palmitic, oleic, and stearic acids that protect your skin from drying out and helps the skin produce its own natural collagen. Because of this, shea butter soap can be an effective anti-aging product. 

There's a compound in shea butter soap—called lupeol cinnamate—that gives it anti-inflammatory properties. Along with being anti-inflammatory, shea butter soap has many antibacterial qualities as well. 

Castor Oil When applied to the skin penetrates deeply and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. This, in turn, helps soften and hydrate the skin. It delays the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines and makes the skin smoother, softer, and younger. It leaves you with smooth, supple, and revitalized skin. The highly concentrated fatty acids penetrate the skin easily. This helps remove dry patches and restores hydration of the skin. It has the ability to moisturize the skin effectively.

Shea butter is full of vitamins that are great for your skin, including vitamins A, E, and F. It also contains linolenic acid and other types of fatty acids your skin needs. This makes shea butter a natural moisturizer. You can use shea butter to help prevent dry skin and to keep your skin nourished and healthy. Shea butter soap is less harsh than other types of soap. This combined with its moisturizing properties will leave your skin feeling smooth and soft. 

However, shea butter soap also contains unsaponifiable compounds. These compounds allow more of the shea butter to be delivered to your skin than other types of soap made with oils. 

Shea butter is loaded with linolenic, palmitic, oleic, and stearic acids that protect your skin from drying out and helps the skin produce its own natural collagen. Because of this, shea butter soap can be an effective anti-aging product. 

There's a compound in shea butter soap—called lupeol cinnamate—that gives it anti-inflammatory properties. Along with being anti-inflammatory, shea butter soap has many antibacterial qualities as well. 

Palm oil adds a unique feeling to cold process soap. It helps harden the bars and it creates lather when paired with coconut oil.