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The short answer is no. Saponification is the chemical process of making soap that involves an exothermic reaction between lye (sodium hydroxide) and a fat (oils and butters). Soap cannot be made without using lye. When made correctly, no lye will remain in the bar of soap. The saponification generally takes about 24 to 48 hours to complete once the lye and oils have been mixed and the raw soap has been poured into the mold. Both solid bar and liquid soaps are made from lye.

Handmade soap is gentler on your skin. Industrial made soaps are made in the thousands at a time using synthetic detergents, stabilizers, fragrances which can be harsh to your skin.

To extend the life of your bar, keep it out of direct contact with water and let the bar dry between uses.After using your soap, place on a soap saver. This will help your soap last longer.

We use only the highest quality food grade oils and butters in crafting our products. We do not use phthalates, parabens, or sulfates in any of our products.