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Calendula (Scented or Unscented)

Calendula (Scented or Unscented)

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Saponified Calendula Infused Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, and Castor Oil, Calendula, Colloidal Oatmeal and Wasabi Oil.


Scent Profile:

Wasabi: Eucalyptus, Ginger and Peppermint make up the base of this fragrance. With light hints of amber and musk.



Sometimes referred to as marigold, calendula is super effective when it comes to fighting dermatitis or eczema. 


Benefits of oatmeal in soap:

Oatmeal offers some really awesome benefits for your skin and many of these benefits can be passed on to your skin through soap.  Oatmeal can:

  • Improves Skin Barrier-The avenanthramides in oatmeal work as a skin protectant and protective barrier by restoring the top layer of skin. By helping to heal the outer layer of skin, not only can more moisture can be retained, but also it will keep infection and irritants out.
  • Exfoliates-When ground, oatmeal can gently buff the top layer of skin.
  • Soothes Irritated and Inflamed Skin-Avenanthramides are the principle polyphenolic antioxidants in oats, and they have been shown to alleviate inflammation and also reduce itching.
  • Absorbs Oil-Oatmeal absorbs oil without over-drying. Oatmeal has astringent properties and helps gently draw oil out of our pores.
  • Cleanses-While we don't really have to worry about the cleaning ability of oatmeal when used in soap, nevertheless oats contain natural saponins.  Saponins are the chemical structure of soap.  Yes, that means oatmeal contains soap.


Benefits of each oils

Olive Oil

Olive oil is high in antioxidants and has a cleansing power. It is also high in vitamin E. Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is great for cleansing the skin.

Castor Oil

Castor oil is good for treating skin rashes and infections. It is also great for cleansing the skin.

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