Soap making, because of its' chemistry, cannot ever reach above the 85% level of organic content. Bar of soaps require sodium hydroxide (NaOH, or lye) for their production.
Sodium hydroxide is on the allowed list of nonorganic ingredients that can be used in making organic products, and it accounts for approximately 10-15% of the ingredients, by weight (not including water or salt and depending on the recipe).
Even if every other ingredient in a bar of soap were certified organic, the soap would never have an organic content of more than 85-90%, as this is the maximum level of organic content in a bar of soap.
At Just Skin Food, we maintain a minimum organic content level of 85% in our entire bars of soap.
We have also taken the additional steps of making sure all of our ingredients that can be organic are certified under the USDA National Organic Program.
Our soaps are certified by PCO USDA certifying agent (Pennsylvania Certified Organic Agents)
Please visit our Learn More About Us section to read about the chemistry of organic soap making.
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