Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide (lye), Mica and Fragrances; Frankincense, Patchouli and a touch of Bergamot – 100% all natural essential oils.
Soap Making Process:
Shelly is a one-band-woman soapmaking process machine, so due to all the products being homemade and the drying/ hand cutting process, all soaps varies in sizes. All bars are usually between 2.0 and 3.5oz per bar.
Due to the cold process soap making techniques – all soaps are cured for 4-6 weeks. All soaps have moisturizers and beneficial properties of the oils used.
Each soap is free of any synthetic colors, dyes, or other harmful preservatives. The color of each soap is a reflection of the oils, natural mica powders and other ingredients used in the soap making process including high-quality fragrance/essential oils to provide you with the best value soaps possible.
Be sure to store your soap in a dry area with airflow. During usage, keep soap out of any puddles of water, consistent running water, and use dish soap with proper drainage. This will maintain the hardness of the bar and increase the numbers of use per wash.
Thank you to my amazing niece, Cece who drew this picture of me personally for the use and representation of Little People Big Kitchen!
You are truly gifted!!
Love you, xoxo!!!
Chasing the American dream
Words can not explain how much love and passion, I have…not only for my hobby but for my daily life! I am pleased that my soap can play homage to my country, my home and the love ones that have and hopefully will get a chance to use my homemade, vegan/plant-base soap.
Words of Gucci man, “If you keep looking back you’ll trip going forward”.
Live in the present.
But cherish your past memories and always be optimistic for the future!
And remember to be mindful.
Guyana, ‘The Golden Arrowhead’.
What better way to pay tribute and show my love to – Guyana. Hope my love ones and yours…can enjoy my homemade, vegan/plant-base deodorant.
“One people, one nation and one destiny”
you have to find that place
that brings out the human in you
the soul in you. the love in you.