Our By the Sea Soap Shoppe “Australian Eucalyptus" mini soap is a great choice to take with you on trips and vacations. Why? When you travel to another country, the germs and viruses are a little bit different than what your immune system is used to. My daughter, who has done quite a lot of travelling, says that she often gets a cold on her trips. 

     Truth is, some of my family members who have been congested and stuffed up find that the Eucalyptus oil in this soap is enough to clear the sinuses. At least for a while. I'm not saying it's an absolute cure for the common cold! 

     This Australian Eucalyptus soap is moisturizing and healing, with natural antibiotic, antiviral and antifungal properties. 

      We've also included castor oil and cocoa butter for extra moisturizing and lather to pamper your skin.

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Vegan, all-natural ingredients
No parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, artificial colours or synthetic fragrances



Olive Oil, Coconut 0il, Palm Oil, Sunflower Oil, Distilled Water, Lye, Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Green Oxide 

Vegan, all-natural ingredients
No parabens, sulfates, petrochemicals, artificial colours or synthetic fragrances


Eucalyptus Essential Oil

  • Purifies, cleanses and disinfects, eliminating airborne bacteria and viruses on contact
  • Eucalyptus is “phagocytic” – (Yes, I had to look that one up lol). This means it ingests and destroys foreign particles, bacteria and cell debris
  • Clears fluid from respiratory passages, often used in vapour rubs and inhalers

Peppermint Essential Oil:

  • It's an "astringent", meaning it closes your skin pores and tightens your skin
  • Clears your sinuses
  • Relieves muscle and joint pain
  • Energizing 

Castor Oil: 

  • High fatty acid contents - deeply moisturizes, softens and soothes the skin
  • Collagen - boosts elasticity in your skin, keeps you looking younger longer!
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-fungal
  • And adds lots of lather!

 Cocoa Butter: 

  • High fatty acid content - deeply moisturizes, softens and soothes the skin
  • Healing - heals chapped skin and relieves symptoms of skin ailments such as eczema and dermatitis.
  • Antioxidant - meaning it fights free radicals that cause premature aging
  • Anti-inflammatory 

Sunflower Oil: 

  • Antioxidant - Vitamin E helps to prevent skin damage and may prevent premature aging and sun damage. 
  • Antifungal – useful in treating athlete’s foot

Coconut Oil: 

  • Easily absorbed into the outer layer of your skin (called the epidermis)
  • Helps to protect the outside layer of your skin from infection
  • Repairs your skin barrier
  • Helps to regulate how much water you lose through your skin
  • Keeps your skin hydrated 

Olive Oil:

  • Nourishes your skin – contains lots of Vitamins A, D, E and K
  • Vitamin E gets special notice as an “antioxidant”, helping to prevent skin damage and possibly preventing premature aging and sun damage

Palm Oil: 

  • Antioxidant - fighting free radicals that cause premature aging
  • Nourishes your skin with carotenes, Vitamin E and other nutrients
  • High Vitamin E content which helps with skin conditions such as eczema, acne and dermatitis
  • Moisturizing 


     Each bar is approximately 2  in. x 1 in. x 1/2 in. - or 5 cm. x 2.5 cm. x .5 cm. Weight is around 1 oz., or 28 grams. 

     Please note that because this soap is handmade, the appearance of the soap may not be exactly as pictured. 


     Some of you might be wondering, "Lye? Isn’t lye dangerous? Won’t it harm my skin?”

     First - all actual soap is made with lye. No lye, no soap. (A lot of "soap products" in the stores are actually detergent. If you look at the labels, they are not called "soap". They are called "hand wash" or "body cleanser" or some such thing.)

     This could become a chemistry lesson, but to make it short - soap is made from lye, fats and liquid. When the lye mixes with the fats and liquid, some kind of chemical reaction goes on, and the lye and fats change into soap and glycerin. In the process, the lye is all used up. Even though lye is used to make the soap, there is no lye left in the soap at all.

     This is why soap made with lye is not dangerous, and it definitely won’t hurt your skin.


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