Our Natural Handmade Soaps

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Choose from our list of natural handmade soaps to find out more about each one, or make your selection from the list on the right side of the page:

UNSCENTED

Aloe Calendula Soap Bar
Castile with Goat Milk Soap Bar
Sensational Shea Butter Soap Bar

CHAMOMILE

Chamomile Neroli Soap Bar
Lavender Chamomile Soap Bar

FIG

Fig & Cranberry Soap Bar

FIR NEEDLE

Fir Needle & Lavender Soap Bar

GERANIUM

Rose Garden Soap Bar

GOAT MILK SOAP

Castile with Goat Milk Soap Bar
Dalmatian Sage, Leaf & Clove Soap Bar
Goat Milk, Honey & Oatmeal Soap Bar
Rose Garden Soap Bar

HONEY

Goat Milk, Honey & Oatmeal Soap Bar

LAVENDER

Croatian Lavender Soap Bar
Lavender Chamomile Soap Bar
Fir Needle & Lavender Soap Bar

ORANGE

Adriatic Sunrise Soap Bar
Baba’s Kitchen Soap Bar

PEPPERMINT

Peppermint Chocolate Swirl Soap Bar
Peppermint Grapefruit Soap Bar

POMEGRANATE

Sweet Tart Pomegranate Pear Soap Bar

ROSEMARY

Rosemary & Mint Soap Bar

SAGE, DALMATIAN

Dalmatian Sage, Leaf & Clove Soap Bar

SOAPS WITH ALOE VERA

Adriatic Sunrise Soap Bar
Aloe Calendula Soap Bar

 

About Natural Handmade Soaps:

At Croatian Soapworks, we craft our natural handmade soaps from Dalmatian olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, goats milk or a combination of these and other natural domestic and imported ingredients. You can’t find handcrafted soaps that are more skin-friendly! Natural handmade soaps can benefit people with all skin types – dry, oily, sensitive – as well as those with problems like acne psoriasis, eczema and other skin ailments.

Our cold process soaps have a very high glycerin content that is created naturally by the saponification process, but they are not what most people call “glycerin soaps”. Those transparent, gel-like soaps contain oils, water and lye, just like ours, but they are continuously heated with sugar and alcohol until they reach that clear, gelatin-like consistency. It’s the alcohol that prevents crystallization and keeps the soap clear. Alcohol is not the most desirable product in soap because it can dehydrate the skin. And some glycerin soaps also contain synthetic foaming agents.

Glycerin is a good thing; it’s a humectant. It absorbs water from the air and attracts moisture to your skin. But manufacturers of commercial “beauty soaps” usually remove the glycerin from their products for other, more lucrative, uses. Then they sell you lotions and creams to help you combat the dry skin caused by their soaps!