Clear and Clean Soap. Sometimes you just want a simple bar of soap and that's what this handmade artisan soap is. The maker doesn't not add any color to this bar, keeping it a simple white. But you still get the big bubbles and the same smooth feeling of their other soaps.
Choose Unscented or Orange.
The maker only uses essential oils. This is one of our favorite bars. It leaves your skin feeling soft and silky. This is a perfect soap for anyone with sensitive skin or if your skin tends to feel dry after a shower.
Each bar is between 4 to 5 ounces and comes packaged in a beautiful kraft box.
This is not a vegan bar. It is made with Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Canola Oil, Lard and Avocado Oil. Some people are put off by lard in their soap. But this is how soap has been made since your great grandma's days. Lard is a wonderfully moisturizing ingredient, it cleans without stripping. Give it a try, we think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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!