Saponification- This is a process that produces soap, in this case from fats, not lye.
Sea Salt- This is made from sea salt. It contains all the goodness of the sea. It exfoliates the skin and helps to remove excess oil from the skin and hair.
Shea Butter- This creamy butter is used to improve skin conditions; wrinkles, blemishes and eczema. It is used to moisturize the skin, helps to promote wound healing and is an anti-inflammatory.
Sodium Chloride- This is salt. It acts as an astringent and an anti-inflammatory agent.
Sodium Cocoate- This is made from coconut oil. It acts as a surfactant and an emulsifier.
Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate- This comes from sugar and palm kernal oil. It cleanses the skin from impurities without drying or stripping. Works well for those with sensitive skin.
Sodium Methyl-2 Sulfolaurate- This is derived from coconuts. It is a mild nondrying cleanser.
Sodium Palmate- This is made from palm oil and is used in the saponification process. It acts as a surfactant and an emulsifier.
Sodium Palm Kernate- This is made from plants, fruits and vegetables. It acts as a moisturizer and an emollient.
Sorbitan Laurate- This is made from berries. It is a natural alcohol that is used as a binder.
Stearic Acid- This is derived from the fatty acids of vegetables. It acts as a skin conditioner and a natural deodorizer. Can comes from animal or plant. Halal if only when it comes from plant
Sweet Basil Essential Oil- This oil is used as an analgesic and a relaxant. It helps to ease itching from insect bites and it great for treating infections.
Sweet Orange Peel Essential Oil- This oil is used to treat dull, dry skin. It is, also, used as an aromatic.