Discover what's inside:

  • - Natural Glycerin

-Certified Organic Aloe, Chamomile, Arnica, Lavender and Green Tea


Our Cleansers
do not have

- Sulfates
( SLS or ALS)
- Parabens
-Colors or Dyes
-Animal by -products


-Formulated with gentle, non-toxic ingredients
-Coconut derived cleansers
-pH Balanced
-Vegan / Cruelty-free


-Made in the USA
-Recyclable packaging
-Biodegradable Packaging materials
-Women owned and operated


Natural cleansing & ingredients that are pH Balanced (ideal for sensitive skin). Coconut based cleansers made with natural and organic ingredients:

  • Organic aloe vera leaf
  • Green tea
  • Lavender extracts
  • Arnica
  • Chamomile

Try our Body Wash and Hand Soap in all 7 scents!


At DANI Naturals, we believe living well is the key to happiness, and we’re on a mission to invite joy into every home. It all starts with you, elevating your home life to cultivate happiness and inspire relaxation. Our handcrafted, natural formulas refresh and transport you. Redefine the concept of living well with DANI Naturals. All crafted with love, from our family to yours.

Our products have always been cruelty-free and free from sulfates, parabens, phthalates, artificial colors, petroleum, paraffin, GMOs and a long list of other no-no’s.


What Is Cocamidopropyl Betaine?

One ingredient you may see listed is cocamidopropyl betaine. It's a cleansing ingredient found in dozens of products. It's been used in personal care products for decades, especially in items meant to clean skin or hair. If you tried to use it alone, it wouldn't give you a deep cleaning effect on your hair or skin, but it makes cleansers work better when it's combined with other ingredients.

What Does Cocamidopropyl Betaine Do?

Cocamidopropyl betaine has been in commercial use since the 1950s. It was initially used during World War II as a cleanser that could lather up in cold water. Later, the first cocamidopropyl betaine shampoo was developed using coconut oil as a base. The mild formula lathered well but wasn't as astringent as typical detergents. It became the famous "no more tears" baby shampoo.
Cocamidopropyl betaine works as a cleanser and conditioner, though it’s primarily a surfactant. Surfactants are ingredients that attract dirt and oil so that you can rinse them off of your skin or hair. Soaps and shampoos are all surfactants.

Why is pH balance important in skin care?

The pH balance of our skin is crucial in maintaining a healthy skin barrier, which protects against environmental pollutants, harmful microorganisms, and water loss.

How can glycerin benefit your skin?

Glycerin is great for the skin because it acts as a humectant, which is a substance that allows the skin to retain moisture. It can increase skin hydration, relieve dryness, and refresh the skin's surface. It's also an emollient, which means it can soften skin.

How are sulfates harmful for skin?

Sulphates can strip away part of the skin's natural oils, disrupting the moisture barrier and causing dryness or irritation. Individuals with sensitive skin or those who prefer to avoid sulphates may benefit from sulfate-free products or products with milder surfactants.

Are parabens bad for sensitive skin?

Many people – especially those with eczema, dermatitis, and sensitive skin – may find parabens irritating, which is why we recommend checking any skin care product for parabens.

What are the harmful effects of phthalates?

Phthalates have been linked to changes in hormone levels, reduced sperm count and motility, birth defects in the male reproductive system, obesity, diabetes and thyroid irregularities.