Patchouli Sandalwood Soap Patchouli Sandalwood Soap
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A warm & earthy blend bringing out the best of both Patchouli & Sandalwood.
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  • Patchouli Sandalwood Soap

Patchouli Sandalwood Soap

A warm & earthy blend bringing out the best of both Patchouli & Sandalwood.
  • $7.00
[shortcode] [short-description] A warm & earthy blend bringing out the best of both Patchouli & Sandalwood.[/short-description] [/shortcode]
[shortcode] [how-to-use]Our soaps lather well (really because we're lather kinda people) & will clean your skin without leaving you with that dry, tight, alligator skin feeling. Great as a hand & all over body soap.[/how-to-use] [/shortcode]
[shortcode] [why-made] Soaps are what started it all. In 2002, Heather needed a creative outlet and took a soapmaking class. To make a long story short (if you want to read the long story - click here ) she (and everyone else) loved it.[/why-made] [/shortcode]

A soap for free spirits, outdoor enthusiasts, and inner hippies who want a little rugged spice in their life.

 

Contains Saponified Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Olive Oil, Refined Sweet Almond Oil, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Responsibly Sourced Palm Kernel Oil, Powdered Walnut Shell, Fragrance & Essential Oil.

 

We make our soaps from scratch the same way grandma did (with the exception of digital scales & refined ingredients) & each ingredient in our bars has a purpose. Because our soaps are made the old fashioned way, each bar retains the glycerin that is naturally produced in the soap making process.

 

99% naturally derived ingredients, gluten-free, vegan-friendly

 

Approx. 4.25 oz

 

Tip #1 - Cut your soap in half & it will last longer.

Tip #2 - Don't let your bar sit in a puddle or sit in the constant flow of water.

Our soaps lather well (really because we're lather kinda people) & will clean your skin without leaving you with that dry, tight, alligator skin feeling. Great as a hand & all over body soap.
Soaps are what started it all. In 2002, Heather needed a creative outlet and took a soapmaking class. To make a long story short (if you want to read the long story - click here ) she (and everyone else) loved it.