• Nature’s Secret to Soothing Skin: Discover MetaClean Soap with Ayurvedic Neem & Karanja Oil

    MetaClean with Ayurvedic Neem & Karanja Oil MetaClean Shampoo Soap by Keys is a unique product that combines the traditional benefits of Castile soap with the therapeutic properties of Ayurvedic oils, specifically Neem and Karanja oil. This article delves into the features, benefits, and advantages of MetaClean Soap, highlighting its natural, chemical-free formulation and its suitability for addressing common skin disorders, itching, and allergies. Features…

  • Unlock the Secret to Radiant Skin with Island Rx Liquid Soap

    Nature’s Answer to Skin Health! Keys Island Rx Liquid Castile Soap stands out in the realm of natural skincare products, offering a unique blend of benefits for the skin. This article delves into the features, benefits, and advantages of using Keys Island Rx Liquid Castile Soap, highlighting its significance in promoting healthy skin. Features of Keys Island Rx Liquid Castile Soap Pure Castile Base: At…

  • Keys Island RX Soap – Micellar

    The secret to clean vibrant skin is a natural oil-based soap that is full of Micelle.  They are magical in almost every way imaginable. When I first developed Island Rx soap, it was because I could not find a Castile soap that was lower in alkalinity. As I formulated and saponified oils like Avocado, Jojoba, Coconut and Olive oil, I not only noticed that they…

  • Galleyon Antibacterial Foaming Soap is Now Supercharged

    Galleyon Natural Antibacterial Foaming Soap has been a cornerstone of Keys for near 15 years. Galleyon is an alternative to soaps that contained Triclosan. Unlike antibacterial soaps, it is not a biocide, so it does not kill our skin's natural Probiome. It reduces the levels of harmful bacteria without harming the natural colonies of bacteria on our skin. Galleyon is now supercharged! Try it now.

  • FDA Taking Closer Look at ‘Antibacterial’ Soap

    "New data suggest that the risks associated with long-term, daily use of antibacterial soaps may outweigh the benefits," Rogers says. There are indications that certain ingredients in these soaps may contribute to bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and may have unanticipated hormonal effects that are of concern to FDA.