Garnet Soap, Bergamot, Lemon, Ylang Ylang Essential Oils, Natural Soap, Coconut Oil, Cold Process, Apricot Kernel Oil, Red Wine
I had just enough red wine to make this wonderful batch of soap. The smell of the wine pairs well with the essential oils I used -- bergamot, lemon and ylang ylang -- deep rich aromas. The wine gave it the rich brownish red color.
I love making soap with all natural ingredients. To me, these are so much better than the store bought soaps. Give it a try and you may agree!
After each use, please remember to place the bar in a soap dish that drains well. If the soap remains in any bit of water, it will slowly disintegrate. Air flow is a must for a longer lasting bar.
All soaps need an alkali to react with the oils and butters. I have made each of my soaps from scratch using the cold process method. Even though I use sodium hydroxide, all the lye has been removed when it saponifies with the oils/butter. I have tested each batch of soap to make sure it is pH balanced.
Each soap will be labeled with the ingredients and then shrink wrapped. The longer you keep a bar of soap, the harder and longer lasting it will become but will not affect it's cleaning power.
Minimum Weight: 4 oz.
INGREDIENTS: canola oil, olive oil, grape seed oil, palm oil, red wine, coconut oil, sodium hydroxide, apricot kernel oil, castor oil, bergamot essential oil, lemon essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil