Terapia - The natural soaps in the group Terapia are indicated for sensitive skin and for specific skin conditions.

There are 5 different soaps in this group and each soap has a different recipe and specific ingredients that are added to help heal skin problems.

Green clay, pink clay, activated charcoal, himalyan salt and zinc oxide are some of the ingredients that are added to make these unique and therapeutic soaps.


Serra The natural soaps in the group Serra are made with ingredients that can be found locally  in Portugal. Serra in portuguese means mountain range.

Morango (Strawberry) soap with chia seeds that give a natural nice smooth exfoliation (instead of using plastic beads that are used in most exfoliating products).

Laranja (Orange) soap is made with fresh natural orange juice for some extra antioxidants that help the skin rejuvenate. 

Lavanda (Lavender) soap with lavender essential oil which will help you unwind and relax.  


Luxúria - The natural soaps in the group Luxúria  have a very powerful extra ingredient. To these soaps we added cocoa butter for extra moisturizing and antioxidants that help neutralize the free radicals that are occur naturally and that are responsible for our skin aging. Reducing the occurrence of oxidative stress, cocoa butter can help reduce the signs of aging, including wrinkles and age marks.

These soaps are great for mature skin and for very dry skin. 


Origem The natural soaps in the group Origem also have special ingredients that do wonders for the skin.


The soap Sabonete Mar (Sea Soap) is made with sea water from our beautiful beach Nazaré in Portugal (please google Nazaré and see the images of our beautiful beach). Due to the salt in sea water this soap is a great purifier and cleans the skin leaving it feeling fresh and reinvigorated.

The soap Vinho Tinto (Red Wine Soap) is made with red wine, which is rich in antioxidants that help heal damaged skin and help neutralize the free radicals.

Did you know there are wine baths, also known as vinotherapy, where the leftover residue from winemaking, called "marc" (grape pips and grape pulps) are used for bathing and soaking? These baths are full of health, wellness, and benefits that are retrieved from the grapes, including vitamins and minerals (which include polyphenols like reservatrol). The Fountain of Youth, some might say.