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13+ Amazing Ways To Use Castile Soap & 5 Rad Reasons to Try DʘAPSʘAP

April 19, 2018 Shiva Shakti

Clean your home and body with the incredibly versatile castile soap. From your clothes to your toes, you can feel great about using castile soap like DʘAPSʘAP to clean anything with water because it’s completely free of harmful chemicals used in conventional soaps everywhere.  Shampoo: A great shampoo alternative, castile soap makes your hair and scalp squeaky clean without stripping off the beneficial oils like traditional shampoos commonly do. This is because the abrasive detergents found in most shampoos are absent in pure castile soap. In its place you will find natural oils that only bring benefits without compromise. There...


#DOSOMETHINGDOAP with Kelly Halpin

March 27, 2018 Shiva Shakti

Photographed by Matty Berube { { { • } } } Growing up in Jackson Hole's summers, in between Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, Kelly fell in love with the mountains and the wilderness at a young age. The grand inspiration from this raw landscape has imbued her with a strength of mind to push the body and an artistic eye that she harnessed as an illustrator. Photographed by Bree Buckley What is your motivation to practice rock climbing? I absolutely LOVE being outside. I like to be away from cell phones, emails, cars, etc. Climbing, running, and snowboarding all allow...


#DoSomethingDoap with Hayden Price

February 27, 2018 Shiva Shakti

Photographed by Christopher Whitaker { { { • } } } Born from a mother and father who love to ski, Hayden Price grew up on the mountains of Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah. Raised in the rich ski culture of Alta, Utah; Hayden was quick to pick up the height and speed of gliding down the white slopes filled with surprises, as the cliffs and turns of the raw natural landscape provide a practice to approach life with the same vigor. #DoSomethingDoap with Hayden Price - Interview - 2/27/18 Photographed by Sam Watson What motivates you to ski? I have...


#DoSomethingDoap with Miles Toland

January 29, 2018 Shiva Shakti

•<<<•>>>• .::DʘAPSʘAP::. Creative Director, Miles Toland, emerged from the enchanting city of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Growing up in graffiti culture, he has traveled the world embellishing the streets with his unique style, merging naturalistic human forms with transcendental designs. These human forms come to life with the expanding aura of mandalas and sacred geometry, illuminating the space in which they dwell, as a portal into the ethereal nature of consciousness on the hard concretes of decaying walls. #DoSomethingDoap with Miles Toland - Interview - 1/29/18  Miles' self portrait sitting in a secret underground spot in Paris, France. What motivates your...


Castile Soap: Origins

August 31, 2017 Shiva Shakti

The Castile region of Spain birthed a new style of soap after the popular Aleppo, which was made from mixing laurel oil (bay leaf) with olive oil and soda. This is where Castile got its inspiration. Soap revolutionized public sanitation and personal hygiene in Europe, preventing the spreading of various diseases which were a serious problem in the Middle Ages. The arrival of Muslim soap makers to Spain and Italy during the 12th century allowed certain Spanish and Italian cities to become soap export centers of Europe. Castile soap became very popular because the Spanish city of Castile had easy access...