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Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap
Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap
Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap
Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap
Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap
Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap

Fishnet // Lavender Litsea Rosemary Double Butter Charcoal + Brazilian Clay Soap

Vendor
Delta Tule
Regular price
$6.00
Sale price
$6.00

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These fun little soaps are smaller than regular bars and feature a pour/pull-through design I learned from participating in a monthly soap challenge club where we learn a new design technique each month. This super cool method is based on acrylic paint pouring and the results were a very interesting design! They have a light and refreshing lemon lavender scent from a blend of lavender, litsea cubeba and rosemary essential oils.

The soap base is made mostly of olive and coconut oils, plus a 20% butter blend of Shea and cocoa butter. Colored with activated charcoal and yellow Brazilian clay which add mild cleansing properties suitable for most skin types. Plant-based and palm oil free.

INGREDIENTS BY WEIGHT: Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Apricot Kernel Oil, Castor Oil, Lavender Essential Oil, Litsea Cubeba Essential Oil, Rosemary Essential Oil, Sodium Lactate, White Kaolin Clay, Yellow Brazilian Clay, Activated Charcoal, Rosemary Oleoresin Extract.

SCENT: Light lemon and lavender with a hint of rosemary

SIZE*: Each bar weighs approx. 2.5-3.25 oz

Dimensions: 3" w x 3" h x .5" d
*Minor variations in size and weight due to being hand-cut & beveled

Photos represent a sample of bars, and each design will be unique.

All soap is handmade personally by me in small batches using the cold process method, then cured for 4 to 6 weeks to fully harden and mellow.

Extend the life of your soap by keeping it on a dish that drains, not a flat surface. Avoid direct streams of water.