Our bar soaps are handcrafted from the best oils and butters so that you can give your skin the love it deserves! Some of our favorites are Shea Butter, Kukui Nut Oil, and Rice Bran Oil. These key ingredients are rich in vitamins and natural antioxidants, and moisturize and soothe your skin. We include oatmeal and kaolin clay in every batch of soap as well, both of which are excellent for sensitive, irritated, or dry skin.
While eucalyptus and peppermint are the obvious forefront of this bar, the addition of refreshing lemongrass creates the perfect rejuvenating experience for your shower! Scent is comparable to Outback Mate by Lush*.
*We are not associated or affiliated with Lush in any way*
These beautiful bars have unique swirls in two shades of green.
Each bar is approximately 4-5 ounces.
Palm Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Rice Bran Oil, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Kukui Oil, Fragrance, Oatmeal, Buttermilk Powder, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lactate, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Chromium Oxide Green, Fluorphlogopite, Tin Dioxide, Silk Fibers.
Sodium Hydroxide (lye) is used to saponify the oils to turn them into soap. Lye is used in every bar of soap that you use, no matter where it is made, or who made it. Some companies do not include Lye in their ingredient list, but we find that it would be dishonest not to disclose all ingredients used in our soaps. No lye remains in the final product.
All of our products are handcrafted in small batches. We use the cold process method and each batch is cured for 4-6 weeks. Each bar is created, cut, labeled, packaged, and shipped with love and care. Colors and sizes may vary slightly from photos.
To extend the life of handcrafted soap, please keep your bar out of direct shower spray and allow the soap to dry between each use. Do not let it sit in water. A draining soap dish is recommended - get one here!
Handcrafted soap gets better with age, but the scent may fade over time.
Not edible/Do not consume
For external use only
Keep out of eyes and mouth
Discontinue use if irritation occurs (consult a physician with concerns)