Salty Lemon Apothecary
Lavender artisan soap is vegan, palm oil free, and paraben free. This bar is made with cocoa butter, avocado oil, and grapeseed oil; leaving your skin feeling extra pampered. This soap is scented with pure therapuetic grade lavender and geranium essential oils. These bars are topped off with dried calendula petals and homegrown lavender buds.
Avocado oil and grapeseed oil add conditioning properties to make a lush bar. Grapeseed oil adds a bit of slip, making it a great bar to shave with. A nice helping of castor oil keeps the lather thick and luxurious.
This listing is for one bar approximately 4.5 oz in weight.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Distilled Water, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Grapeseed Oil, Castor Oil, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Lavender EO, Sodium Lactate, Bentonite Clay, Calendula, Lavender Buds
Each Salty Lemon Apothecary soap bar is made in small batches using the old fashioned way to make soap, the cold process method. Each bar is cured for at least 4 weeks to ensure a long lasting and mild soap. In the cold process method sodium hydroxide (lye) is used to turn oils into soap. When fats in the oils and the lye go through a process called saponification glycerin is formed. In the final product lye is no longer present.
Each bar is packed full of skin loving ingredients and luxury butters. We never use palm oil, which has been linked to massive deforestation, habitat degradation, climate change, and contributing to the loss of Orangutans and Sumatran tigers. Many traditional soaps use this ingredient. We believe in making the most ethical choices for our planet to keep Earth and those we share it with healthy.
Our soaps are intended to be used on your body and hands. Handmade soap will not leave your skin feeling dry or itchy after a shower. No residue will be left on your skin. You can even use it to shave with! You will be amazed at the difference from commercial soaps!
You can swipe the bar on a shower pouf or washcloth for about 10 seconds to get a rich creamy lather. Using this method will make your soap last longer.
CARING FOR YOUR SOAP
Be sure to keep your soap dry in between use. Make sure it sits in a dish that has proper drainage and is not directly under your shower stream.