Car Soaps. Make bath time fun with these handmade artisan soaps. There are two great scents available, Oatmeal Stout and English Rain. You can get either scent in a large or small car. The large car is 6 oz and the small is 3 oz. You can choose size and scent for your bar.
Oatmeal Stout.This fragrance smells positively edible! It's a full bodied and smooth beer fragrance blended with Creamy Oatmeal, Orange Peel, Butterscotch, farm-fresh Milk, nutty Almond and rich Vanilla. The maker has added a little oatmeal in this soap which is great for soothing irritated or sensitive skin.
English Rain. A blend of Basil, Green Leaf, Muguet Lily, Rose and Jasmine that bring out the touch of violet in the blend for sweetness and bottom notes of Sandalwood and Tonka to round out the earthy, coast like feel. The maker has added a little avocado powder to this bar. Avocado powder is high in vitamins and Lanolin so it is very nourishing for the skin.
Each bar has been made with Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Canola Oil, Avocado Oil, Lard and Coconut oil.
All of the maker's soaps are made with Certified Organic Oils and Butters. They love making soap because the process is so calming, almost like meditation. Their studio always smells amazing, between the herbs drying and the soaps curing, there are always amazing smells to be enjoyed.
Made in small batches. The maker strives to minimize their environmental footprint and to use recycled, eco friendly packaging.
Each bar of soap will last longer if you allow it to dry completely between uses. We recommend using a well drained soap dish.
Colors may vary batch to batch.
Size: 4 oz bar. Size is approximate.
Made in:Highland, IL
Lead time: 1 - 3 days
About the Manufacturer
Founder Hanna believes in living a healthful life focused on the medicine of Mother Nature and avoiding the chemicals that are prevalent in so many products. She's an advocate for using herbs to maintaining healthy skin and a healthy life. Hanna grows and hand picks her own herbs to use in per products. She dries them slowly and carefully in her herb room, storing them in air tight containers to maintain their freshness. Way to go Hanna!