Adama got its name from the word 'Earth' in Hebrew. They try to buy all possible ingredients directly from the farmer or the producer. In this way there is a short chain and a connection with the land.
Yacintah is Adama's soap maker and has a deep passion for nature. After traveling for a long time and living in close proximity to nature as her teacher, she has developed her knowledge of plants.
All soaps are also made in a traditional way and are all unique, even the packaging. Not a single soap goes out without Yacintah touching it!
-Working with beautiful ingredients in such a traditional way is like a dream come true.-