Holiday Gift Sets Now Available

  • Moisturizing Bars

  • Get some for the whole family!
  • Oat Bath Infusions

  • Gift a relaxing bath infusion to a special friend!
  • Face and Beard Oils

  • Moisturize your skin, Grow a healthy beard!

Moisturizing Bars

Get some for the whole family! Shop Now

Oat Bath Infusions

Gift a relaxing bath infusion to a special friend! Shop Now

Face and Beard Oils

Moisturize your skin, Grow a healthy beard! Shop Now

Words from the Owner

Words from our clients

I love your soaps so so so so much!! I just used it in the shower and it’s so soft and smells amazing!!! This will definitely be my new body soap.


“I’m not usually one to buy special made soaps, I’m a creature of habit so dove is my go to. After trying the charcoal and tea tree infused soap bar, I’ve fallen in love ! This soap leaves my skin super soft and clean, you can really tell the tea tree is working. I will for sure be trying more products”

Jeffrey Hibler

I’ve been using your bars for a week and half now and my eczema patch on my shoulder is so much better! Keep doing what you’re doing!!!


I love, love my soaps. Great product. And it arrived very fast!

Joanna Pierce

The bars I ordered made my skin feel so soft!

Lisa Rubalcava

Petals to the Sunflower

Shea Butter

The concentration of natural vitamins makes it incredibly nourishing and moisturizing for skin. It is often used to remedy dry skin and to help protect the skin’s natural oils. 

Cocoa Butter

Chocolate for the skin, Cocoa butter has anti-aging and is known to help the healing process for scars or stretches. Let's not forget its a super moisturizer.

Jojoba Oil

Say it with me, "moisturizing, antibacterial, antioxidant, hypoallergenic!" need I say more.

Aloe Vera

Known for its antibacterial, antiviral, and antiseptic properties. Facts to why it helps heal wounds and treat skin problems.

Coconut Oil

Including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized and helping heal wounds, coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria.

Sunflower Oil

Talk about a multivitamin oil! Sunflower oil has vitamin E, A, C, and D, making it effective in the treatment of acne. It also contains fatty acids that act as antioxidants to regenerate new skin cells and help your skin rid of bacteria. 

Castor Oil

What doesn’t Castor oil do? It prevents wrinkles, contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body, fights acne, and has antibacterial properties. But it doesn’t stop there, it reduces  puffiness, moisturizes the skin, soothes the skin from sunburn, and overall promotes skin health.

Palm Kernel Oil

Palm kernel oil is extremely rich in antioxidants that contain vitamin E. It helps with preventing the signs of aging like wrinkles or shagging of the skin 

Vitamin E

Literally the vitamin for skin nourishes the skin, treats stretches, lightens scars, cures muscle spasms, anti-ageing properties, acts as a moisturiser, and treats dark circles.

Olive Oil

The reason why I use Olive oil in almost all of my products is because it protects your skin and balances its moisture levels. Just that alone helps with wrinkles, acne, and extreme dryness. 

Rosehip Oil

Rosehip oil does miracles for the skin. It helps exfoliate and brightens skin. It helps boost collagen formation at the same time reduces  inflammation. It also protectS against sun damage. And if your like me, someone who struggles with hyperpigmentation, you need this oil because it reduces it.