Do you use lye to make your soap?
    All our soaps are made after the cold or hot process method. That means I use lye (Sodium or Potassium Hydroxide) to make them. All natural soaps are initially made with lye. It is impossible to make a soap without lye to saponify the oils. When the process is done correctly, nearly 90% of the lye is eliminated on the first moments of the saponifying reaction, the rest goes along with the curing and in the end NO lye is left in the finished bar. In the finished bar there are only the saponified oils. All soaps are PH tested to insure that.