Our Ingredients


Every batch of handcrafted, hand poured and hand labeled goods
we prayerfully produce is natural.
We’re unlike mass-produced commercial soap and body products that dry out your skin, we keep the natural moisturizers in. While knowing what goes in Saturday’s Soap and goods you can derive more pleasure from it.
Pure Vegetable Oil
Extracted from plant sources, known as oil plants - sweet almond, palm, olive, coconut, soybean and Vitamin E.
Shea & Cocoa Butters
Shea is a West African tree from the seed of which is extracted shea butter. Shea butter is known especially for its cosmetic properties as a moisturizer and an emollient for the skin. It is the ideal treatment for dry or aging skin while protecting the skin against the damaging effects of the sun while repairing cellular degeneration.
Cocoa butter made from the beans of the cacao tree, is a pure and has the beautiful, rich aroma of dark chocolate. It too has been used to heal and moisturize skin that has been exposed to the elements.
Botanicals / Herbs / Grains
Only the finest and organic ingredients are carefully selected
and used: Chamomile, poppy seed, oatmeal, flax seed, green tea, rosemary, peppermint, lavender, seaweed, bamboo, loofah, rose petals, sea salt, muscavo and turbinado sugars, green tea, lemon verbana and many more.
What are Essential Oils?
Pure Essential Oils are highly aromatic extracts derived from seeds, flowers, plants, root, bark, fruits or leaves. They are powerful, natural and highly concentrated oils that can treat conditions from acne to anxiety and many common health complaints in between.
What is Aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy implies that a treatment lies in the inhalation of the aroma of essential oils. Used for thousands of years, but it wasn’t until the 1920’s that a French chemist actually coined the term.
Sensitive Skin Smarts
If you have – or suspect you may have sensitive skin; we suggest you do a skin patch test before applying any product to your skin. A patch test is simple. Apply a small dab on your inside wrist or inside elbow and leave on for as much as 5 minutes to 3 hours or so.
If any redness or tenderness occurs, you may have sensitivity and you should avoid that product or products that contain the same ingredients.
What If You Get an Allergic Reaction?
Discontinue use and thoroughly rinse the affected area with fresh water. If you develop an allergic reaction, seek the advice of your health care professional immediately.