Organic Shea Butter
- Ethically & Sustainably Sourced from a Women's Cooperative in Ghana
- We love getting out in the community & meeting new people by sharing our knowledge and art.
Behind The Scenes
- Preparing for the magical process of cold process soapmaking
Organic Shea ButterEthically & Sustainably Sourced from a Women's Cooperative in Ghana
CommunityWe love getting out in the community & meeting new people by sharing our knowledge and art.
Behind The ScenesPreparing for the magical process of cold process soapmaking
Our Fall Feature Soap
Step into autumn with the warm, spicy & bright blend of our Patchouli & Orange soap. Take your summer glow into fall with turmeric and prep your skin for the dry winter months with moisturizing coconut milk.
Menthol Shower Steamers
Chalked full of aromatherapy grade essential oils and menthol crystals! Start everyday with FOCUS & CHILLAX at the end of every night. Inhale again with BREATHE.
To say I have sensitive skin is an understatement. Not to mention allergies make finding a good cleansing regimen all the more difficult. This detox bar has changed my entire life. Showers usually resort in some sort of dry, itchy skin for me due to the chemicals in many soaps. But this detox body soap literally changed my showering regimen. Amazing total body product. I don’t plan to return to store shelf soap anytime soon.
BEAUTIFUL high quality soap. Solid ( not flaky) soft. Scent is heavenly.
Beautifully and securely wrapped and shipped.
It was a gift and the recipient was delighted. I cannot recommend this seller and product enough.
(Patchouli & Black Tea Soap)
I LOVE THIS MOISTURIZER.....UNIQUE.. I have tried many all natural products, spent money etc...this is hands down the best. It smells of orange and patchouli which I love. The trick is to shower and rub the moisturizer between your hands then apply to wet skin. The scent calms me down before bed!
(Essentials Whipped Shea Butter Cream)
“Gifted Hands Artisan Soap is my story of beauty for ashes, and my heart is for the woman who is still holding on to her ashes, whatever it may be. My ashes were infertility, and God is helping me shed my ashes so that I may see the beauty of the journey he is bringing me through.” - Abby Moore Keith | TOWN Magazine