Make a difference: Every soap you purchase sends a soap to someone in need
SLS free: Clean your skin deeply with one less thing to worry about. This soap is made without mineral oil, artificial fragrance, phthalates, harsh detergents and sulfates.
Custom crafted: Every detail of this soap has been given careful attention. It’s made from scratch, and it’s never made in plastic.
Made with certified organic essential oils: Using carefully chosen essential oils prevents exploitation of natural resources in developing countries and ensures purity.
I make this soap with saponified oils of certified organic shea butter, cold-pressed extra premium virgin olive oil, pure expeller pressed coconut oil, lard, certified organic castor oil, grade A whole goat milk, and 100% natural colloidal oatmeal. I use a proprietary blend of certified organic essential oils, including patchouli and tea tree. I also add a touch of chamomile and riverside clay for extra special cleansing power.
Each bar of soap weighs at least 2.5 ounces. To use, simply lather and rinse.
From hosting friends to mentoring local youth, Vanessa loves to spend time with others. She also loves a good workout in her yard.
Using the Patchouli Tea Tree soap after a weekend workout in the yard and just before hosting a gathering at her home sealed the deal. She couldn’t believe how “squeaky clean” she felt because of this bar of soap. No longer worried about her appearance, she’s free to enjoy time with her friends.
Patchouli dates back to the ancient world. When silks and textiles were traded, they were often accompanied by dried patchouli leaves to prevent insect infestation. Traders would often smell of the carpets and materials, looking for the familiar patchouli scent, which indicated an authentic piece. Who knew the ancient world had knock-offs and their own version of moth balls!
Tea tree has reportedly been used by the indigenous people of Eastern Australia for centuries. It was named by Captain James Cook, who observed the people steeping a tea from the leaves of the plant. Tea tree began its claim to fame when it became an an essential part of every Australian soldier’s kit during World War II.
Both plants received attention in the 70’s as a symbol of renaissance and as a counter-culture toward nature. I find that the two blend perfectly not only functionally, but they also represent the renaissance of this beautiful soap. It’s my rebellion against synthetic detergents and cleansers that leave you dirty.