Keeping you clean in a dirty world.
It’s a dirty world out there. Some companies like to throw terms like “all-natural” around while still using chemicals in their products, so it can be difficult to know what’s real and what isn’t these days. It's my job to keep you clean, and that’s why I want to be up front with what’s in Sugar Bee Bath soaps:
Sugar Bee Bath scented soaps are made in small batches with a proprietary blend of coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, cocoa butter, and castor oil. Some may contain grapeseed, sunflower, or canola oil. Every batch is handmade with sodium hydroxide (yes, lye) and water using a traditional cold process. Due to the saponification process, there is no sodium hydroxide left in the soap. Kaolin clay is added for extra cleansing benefits, and to help create a creamy lather. Some are scented using only essential oils, some are scented with fragrance oils, and some contain a blend of both. They are colored with mica coloring which includes skin-safe synthetic dyes. Grey or black colors are created using activated charcoal.
Due to concerns that the production of palm oil by some manufacturers is causing damage to the environment and those that live among it, I have sourced a supplier that is committed to only purchasing from a certified sustainable source, which must meet strict standards to ensure it is being produced in a way that is healthy to the environment.
As a Canadian-based company, Sugar Bee makes every attempt to purchase from Canadian-based suppliers whenever possible.