HANDMADE ARTISAN SOAPS
Oatmeal or Aloe Cold-pressed Soaps
Pleasantly scented Artisan Soaps are offered as individually boxed 1 inch thick bars weighing more than 4.5 ounces. High quality Ingredients are used and listed with each soap. The Soaps are made by the cold-pressed method by blending all ingredients in proper proportions and in proper order, pouring the blend into a mold, allowing the ingredients to react overnight at room temperature and cutting bars to appropriate size. The soap bars are aged before being offered for sale.
$4.25 / bar
$12.00 for a set of 3
$18.50 for a set of 5
Oatmeal Exfoliant Cold-pressed Soap
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Soybean Oil, Coconut Oil, Corn Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Water, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Ground Oatmeal Exfoliant, Honey Fragrance
Aloe Cool & Fresh Cold-pressed Soap
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Soybean Oil, Coconut Oil, Corn Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Water, Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Aloe Fragrance
LIQUID CASTILE SOAP - Lavender Scented by NATURE'S OIL
If you've never used Castile Soap, you owe it to yourself to give it a try! Castile Soap dates back to the 16th & 17th centuries and is a vegetable-oil based soap, does not contain any animal fats and is free of harsh chemicals. An all-purpose soap, it can be used as an overall body cleanser, a pet shampoo, a laundry detergent, a liquid dish detergent, and even a hard surface cleaner when diluted. Shake well before use.
Supplied in a 16 fl. oz. plastic bottle - $7.99 each.
Ingredients: Glycerin, Water, Palm Kernel Flakes, Cocos Nucifera Oil (Coconut Oil), Potassium Hydroxide Pellets, Olea Europaea Fruit Oil (Olive Oil), Simmondsia Chinesis Seed Oil (Jojoba Oil), Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E Oil), Citric Acid and Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil (Hempseed Oil). Lavender fragrance added.
Insecticidal Soap Recipe:
Fill a spray bottle with a solution of 1 tbsp Castille Soap in 1 quart of water. Spray on foliage to control thrips and other bug pests on daylilies. Test the solution on a small amount of foliage to ensure the spray is of the right concentration. Wait 24 hours to ensure foliage is not damaged.
Spraying during early morning or evening is recommended to avoid damaging pollinators (butterflies, bees, etc.).