This soap offers a distinct feel from our others in its simplicity. The coconut and thyme combination offers an awesome bathing experience. It also will leave skin feeling smooth.



  • All natural and handmade
  • Single bar of soap
  • Soap lasts longest when allowed to dry



We all start somewhere. Chris started with hot process in a crockpot and answered the call to help make soaps in exchange for learning about cold process soaps.  This is his inspired creation. The picture of the multiple soaps shows how the colors will morph throughout the curing process from cut to 2 weeks out and the due to the nature of natural colorants the colors will continue to mellow out. 



Coconut Oil, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Grapeseed Oil, Thyme Red Essential Oil, and Madder Root.

Cross Embed: Coconut Oil, Water, Sodium Hydroxide.

Chris Cross Homemade Soap

  • Due to the nature of health care products, we do not do refunds or exchanges (with limited exceptions). If your package is damaged due to the negligence of the courier service we would be happy to send a replacement. Simply send us a photograph of the damaged parcel so we can submit a claim through insurance on your behalf. As long as we have the item in stock we will ship out your replacement. If we are out of stock on that particular item, we will notify you and you may select a different product of equal or lesser value.

  • Borrowing from my lovely ladies over at without their guidance and tutorials on making soaps, I would still be making my simply soap:


    COLD PROCESS: Cold Process soapmaking is the act of mixing fixed oils (common oils include Olive, Coconut and Palm) with an alkali (Sodium Hydroxide or Lye). The result is a chemical process called saponification, where the composition of the oils change with the help of the lye to create a bar of soap. One of the main benefits of cold process soapmaking is having complete control over ingredients. Depending on the ingredients you use, cold process soapmaking typically yields a long-lasting bar of soap. A downfall is that due to the chemical process, there are serious safety considerations to take into account and not all fragrance oils, essential oils, and colorants survive in cold process, thus limiting design options. Plus, patience is a virtue as this process involves a 4-6 week curing time.

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