Natural Soap creation

Our family here at Ananda Valley created a natural soap about one month ago, we have created a short film that describes the process, if you still have not seen the movie I highly recommend you doing it at once.

The soap has now rested and dried and yesterday we tried it for the first time and our impression is that it turned out lovely! It has a nice, thick and smooth lather which moisturizes and smoothes your hands. But don’t take our word for it, we suggest you try it yourself.
We created two fragrances with the same base ingredients. The soap base is made from olive oil which is rich in antioxidants and coconut oil that helps moisturize, heal and protect the skin, in combination they give a firm and comforting feeling. The soaps are 100% Vegan, cruelty-free and handmade.

The first soap is made from calendula leaves and lemongrass oil, the calendula is an antibacterial and antifungal plant that has healing effects towards the skin and is packed with antioxidants. Lemon grass is also antibacterial and can help against pain and swelling.
The second soap is made with organic ground coffee beans and peppermint oil. The coffee is rich in antioxidants and can help reduce cellulites while the peppermint oil has a cooling and refreshing effect to the skin.

We created an abundance of soap and therefore we can offer to send you some, in return we kindly ask for a small donation, we recommend a donation of six euros, if you would like to try both soaps we can offer it for ten euros. Since this has been an economically challenging year we would be ever grateful for your support – and we understand that it has been a challenging year for everyone, so if you would like to try the soap but feel you can not make the full donation please contact us: and so we can find a solution.

But before we are ready to share this soap there is one final step, we will bless the soap with the power of love during our weekly collective meditation. 🙂

Text by Erik Spett

Photos by Isabella

14 December 2020

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