N’Joy Soaps started because of my love for (and slight obsession) with beautifully handcrafted soap. Unlike mass-produced commercial soap that is full of unpronounceable chemicals and detergents which often dry out and irritate the skin, I create small batches of cold processed (old fashioned) soap inside my home workshop in Cypress, Texas. True soap, once crafted, needs to "cure" for at least 4-8 weeks before it is ready to use. The curing process allows for the evaporation of excess water and produces a nice, hard bar of soap. I know waiting can be difficult, but it is necessary in order to provide a good quality bar that will last (and not immediately turn to mush). Other products do not require as long of a wait time. All of my soaps and bath products are hand crafted, poured, molded and cut; therefore items can differ in appearance from one to the next, making it unique. I welcome custom orders, just note the time frame needed to create/cure and fulfill your order. Call (281-615-1985) or email (njoysoaps(at)gmail.com) me to discuss and place your custom order.

I use both essential oils and fragrance oils. Some products contain only essential oils, some products contain only fragrance oils and others contain a combination of the two. This will always be noted in the list of ingredients. All fragrance oils are formaldehyde & phthalate-free.

Colorants: All colorants are FDA approved for cosmetic use. This includes micas, glitters, pigments, clays, herbs, spices, activated charcoal), etc... All colorants are noted in the list of ingredients for each product.

Bath Fizzies are best when used within 6 months of purchase to ensure a longer lasting fizzing action. Store in a cool/dry environment such as an air-tight bag or container in order to avoid humidity/moisture setting them off.

Bath Fizzy Cupcakes: Unfortunately cupcakes are only available locally. These cute little creations will not endure shipping.

$5.00 FLAT RATE SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS MADE AND SHIPPED WITHIN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES!

FAQ

Shipping costs? $5.00 flat rate shipping for all orders made and shipped within the continental United States!

Payment options? I accept PayPal, all major debit and credit cards via the PayPal website or you may call (281)615-1985 and place your order and have your card payment processed at the same time.

Does your soap contain glycerin? Yes! Glycerin, a natural humectant (draws moisture to the skin) that is produced during the soap making process. Sadly, commercial soap makers remove the glycerin from the "soap" they produce and sell it separately for a higher price. This is one of the reasons commercially produced soap can be so drying.

What is Sodium Lactate (SL)? Derived from carbohydrate sugars and purified lactic acid (syrupy acid formed by sour milk) to specifications for cosmetics. The addition of SL aids in the hardening and curing phase of cold process soap. This product is not on the California Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.

Why are there small opening/holes in the shrink wrap for soap? Soap, when made without commercial chemicals, needs to breathe.

What is Polysorbate 80? As you know, water and oil/butters do not like to mix with each other. In order for the skin loving oils to disperse and stay mixed with the bath water (and not remain a ring on the surface) an emulsifier needs to be included. This product is not on the California Prop 65 list of toxic chemicals.

What is coco betaine/Cocamidopropyl Betaine? A natural surfactant derived from coconuts which also produces a gentle foam. Coco Betaine is gentle enough to use in facial washes and baby formulations.

What is SLSA/Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate? Not to be confused with SLES (sodium lauryl ether sulfate) or SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate), which are both harsh chemicals (can be irritating to the skin) and used in the majority of mass-produced cleansing products due to their extremely cheap price. SLSA (Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate) is a safe, natural surfactant and bubble/foaming agent derived from coconut and palm oils. It is mild and skin friendly and doesn't irritate the skin.

Feel free to email me if you have any additional questions at njoysoaps(at)gmail.com