OUR INGREDIENTS: Explained
What you'll see on our label - Cetearyl Alcohol and Polysorbate 60
Emulsifying wax is used to binds oils and water together in recipes for lotions, creams, scrubs, and hair conditioner. It provides a powdery, soft, silky feel to lotion formulas.
Goat Milk Soap (Detergent Free)
What you'll see on our label - Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoate, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Stearate, Glycerin, Water, Goat Milk, Titanium Dioxide.
Goat Milk Soap is a detergent free soap base that is opaque and white in colour. It contains goat milk, which is loaded with vitamins, beta-casein, and protein for properties that will hydrate and nourish dry skin.
What you'll see on our label - Glycerin
Glycerin is a humectant that absorbs moisture from the air and when diluted, can soften dry skin.
What you'll see on our label - Optiphen Plus (Preservative)
Optipehn is a broad spectrum preservative without parabens or formaldehyde. This preservative functions particularly well in slightly acidic formulations and is globally approved.
Consisting of Phenoxyethanol (an aromatic ether alcohol), Sorbic Acid (a natural product that offers protection from yeast, fungus, and mold), and Caprylyl Glycol (an emollient base), Optiphen Plus contains reliable agents for anti-fungal and anti-mold activity.
What you'll see on our label - Stearic Acid
Stearic Acid is an organic, fatty acid that is found in vegetable fats and oils. It works harmoniously with other fatty acids to support the skin and offers versatility in texture. Stearic Acid is commonly used to emulsify (bind) lotions made from scratch.
Note: Scrub & Butter does not test on animals and is against unnecessary, repeated, or senseless animal testing. We are committed to partnering with organizations and vendors to find safe and effective testing alternatives to establish product and consumer safety.