Ashley Rodriguez on Mar 1, 2016
So far I am in love with this product and I will be happy to buy again. Even though the tin is 2 oz, a little can go a long way and it also cleared up most of my blemishes.
Susan Stanton on Feb 20, 2016
Shipped very quickly. Got fed up with the smell of spray bottle stain fighters, even the organic unscented ones made for "baby" marked. And when I switched to using organic liquid castile soap as a stain remover instead, one family member developed a skin rash. I have used this stain stick several times now on two different types of stains (oil-based and protein-based) with good results: stain removed, no residual chemical smell and no skin irritation.
Finding Beauty in the Simple Things
Bella Luna Soaps & Farm was founded in the fall of 2010 at my farm in Northeastern Tennessee in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. I am a second generation soaper and I love what I do!
100% Natural is important to me as I have struggled with health issues all my life. Sourcing pure and clean ingredients is of utmost importance to me.
What you will find in my products:
food grade vegetable oils and butters
local ingredients when possible
pure essential oils
natural colors from veggies, herbs, oils and roots
100% handcrafted from scratch
small batches for quality control and freshness
hand raised and harvested herbs and flowers at the farm
What you will NOT find in my products:
hydrogenated oils, GMO oils, junk/cheap oils
fragrance oils (chemical smells produced in a lab to smell like natural fauna)
chemicals or byproducts
dyes and colorants
Bella Luna utilizes several different soapmaking methods. The bar soap is made using the 'Cold Process' method. This method is the old fashioned way of making natural soap, mixing an alkali (lye/sodium hydroxide) with oils making a chemical reaction which enables the soap to form. This method takes between 4-6 weeks minimum for the bars to cure and be ready for use. The liquid soap is made using the 'Hot Process' method. A more modern method which requires no curing time as you are using direct heat and cooking the soap. This method takes more time initially, but once done it is ready for use. I have also dabbled with cream soap, a process which combines a little of both methods. At this time I do not sell this kind as it requires preservatives I am unwilling to add to my products.
I am a second generation soap maker and love my work!
Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
- Money Order
If you have special shipping needs please convo me before purchasing and I will try to accommodate you.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please read all ingredients prior to purchasing to avoid any skin sensitivities or allergies. All ingredients are included in the listing.