The base oils used are vegetable, organic, cold-pressed (which means that the oil is extracted only with mechanical pressure from the fruit) without the use of chemical solvents or high temperatures in order to keep natural the smell, color and nutrients.
The essential oils are derived from organically grown herbs that are either distilled in steam or from compression (eg. Citrus). They give not only pleasant aroma to the final product but also regenerating, soothing, healing, anti-wrinkle etc. properties.
The small scale machinery used is of low disturbance and energy consumption (household scale) while all standardization procedures are made in hand.
The method used is that of cold-process, where the oils used are not heated, in order to keep their nutrients.
The caustic soda used in the saponification is chemically pure with no unidentified chemical additives (in contrast with the commercial caustic soda) so there is no trace of it in the final product as it reacts completely with the fatty acids of the oils added. Also the glycerin produced naturally during saponification is not removed making the soaps even more soft for the skin.
Creams, balms and gels are prepared at low temperatures to keep the nutrients of the raw materials.
Water is replaced with herbal extracts and floral waters to have further therapeutic and cosmetic qualities.
Emulsification (oil and water binding) is made with natural gelling agents, food emulsifiers or vegetable oil derivatives.
Their preservation is made with vitamins, herbal tinctures or ingredients approved for use in organic cosmetics.