Indigo Wild - Zum Mist Room/Body Spray Patchouli-Orange - 4 oz. Indigo Wild Zum Mist Room/Body Spray Patchouli-Orange. Spray the bad karma (and funk) away with a mist that cona't be missed. Give it a shake and give it a shot. Patchouli-Orange Mist. Opposites do attract in this intoxicating combo of woodsy and citrus. Frequently Asked Questions Is their soap made using the Cold Process Method? Yes, they make soap the old fashioned way-from scratch. Zum Bars are made from a combination of fats (natural oils) with a lye solution until a process of saponification takes place. Saponification is a chemical process, which converts a fat into soap by reaction with an alkali (also known as 'lye'). Saponification occurs as the raw materials are combined, stirred and neutralized. As a result of this process, a very important by product emerges-Glycerin, which is a natural skin softener and the foundation of all natural soap. Why goats milk? Goats milk is naturally ultra-moisturizing. Goats milk soap contains capric, caprylic and capronic acids and natural occurring triglycerides. Otherwise known as good fats. The result is a pH level that is good for healthy human hair and skin, while commercial soap can dry out the skin to the point at which it feels taut and itchy. The oil glands are forced to counteract, overproducing oils in an attempt to rebalance the pH of the skin. The result can be oily skin, clogged pores, blackheads and yuck - pimples. Do they use lye in their soap? Yes, they do use lye in our soap making process. They use sodium hydroxide in our soaps. All soaps (excluding detergent bars, which are totally synthetic and chemical laden) are made with lye but no lye is left in the finished soap. Our soaps are balanced so the chemical reaction has the correct amounts of both lye and oil for a balanced reaction. The result is that our soap is very close to neutral. What is the burn time on their candles? Their Zum Glow candles burn for approx.