Hand-crafted and hand-cut in New York, all batches of soap begin with dark green Italian food-grade olive oil to which herbs, butters, natural extracts and essential oils are added. Soap is hand-wrapped in decorative paper. Saipua is made with all-natural ingredients and fragrances and is safe for those with sensitive skin.
Handcrafted in N.Y.
Cedarwood - With a grounding aroma of warm and woody cedarwood, it is a Saipua’s take on this all-time classic scent. The wood was burned by the Greeks and Romans to fragrance the air. The many benefits of cedar wood oil have been used for centuries to promote vitality and soothe the mind.
Rose Geranium - An intoxicating and uplifting floral essential oil blend focusing on rose geranium. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter and essential oils.
Coffee Mint - Made with coffee grounds and peppermint essential oil, this is a great soap for removing the smell of garlic or onions from your hands next to the kitchen sink, though many people like this invigorating bar for their morning shower. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, coffee, and essential oils.
Goat Milk Soap with Basil - A creamy, soothing soap suitable for face or body blended with basil essential oil; peppery and sweet with notes of anise. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, goat milk, and essential oils.
Vetiver - French green clay works in this soap to gently draw out impurities and tighten the pores. A good facial soap for those with sensitive and oily skin. The essential oil blend focuses on vetiver, a smoky scent, rounded out by the addition of citrus. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, french green clay, and essential oils.
Lavender Oatmeal - A classic combination of lavender essential oil and ground oats, this mild exfoliating soap is terrific for the face or body. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, oatmeal, and essential oils.