Seychelles – Eucalyptus & Lemongrass | Handmade Beef Tallow Soap
Refreshing and clean are the first things that come to mind if you’ve ever taken a dip in the crystal waters of the Seychelles. You’ll think you’re there as you close your eyes and lather up with this beautiful and natural soap.
INGREDIENTS: Grass-Fed Tallow, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil*, Essential Oils [Lemongrass*, Eucalyptus*]. *Certified Organic Ingredient
NT WT 4 oz
OUR HANDMADE SOAPS
We start with grass-finished beef fat from cattle raised on a local regenerative farm. The tallow is rendered using traditional methods in small batches. Each bar of soap is hand-poured, cut, and cured for 28 days.
OUR BODY CARE PRODUCTS
All of our body care products are handmade in small batches from nature’s first (and best) natural skin care product; beef tallow. We use as few ingredients as humanly possible to not interrupt the skin’s natural balance. While other soaps and products strip your skin of moisture and other necessary components, ours enhance and give back.
We also avoid all “natural” fragrances. This is an unregulated term that can mean just about anything. Our only fragrances are from 100% essential oils straight from nature. Do your own research on the difference between “natural” fragrances and essential oils and come back when you’re done 🙂
The majority ingredient in each of our body care products is tallow from grass finished, regeneratively raised cattle. Not only is the fat from these animals the most pure, but you’re doing the environment a favor as well. Regenerative agriculture “describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle” according to Regeneration International.
The first body care products were natural fats. That’s all we had access to for all of history. Our first mention of soap in recorded history comes from ancient Rome. “Ancient Roman legend has it that the word ‘soap’ is derived from Mount Sapo, where animals were sacrificed, and from where rainwater washed a mixture of melted animal fats (tallow, a foul-smelling substance also used to make candles) and wood ashes into the River Tiber below. There, the soapy mixture was found to be useful for washing clothing and skin.” According to the History of Soap Making
The other staple ingredients in our products are coconut oil and beeswax. These also have ancient traditions in body care products that go back thousands of years. We hope you enjoy using (to our knowledge) the most natural and ancestral body care products available today.