$ 12.00 Regular price

Lemon Breeze Soap

This beautiful soap bar is infused with tart citrus essential oils and local wildflower honey to create a subtle fresh scent. It's important to note that the scent does not linger on your skin as is the case with fragrance oils, but our natural extracts and oils do leave behind a light clean scent. Our gentle creamy lather will leave behind clean, soft & happy skin. 

What You Will Love

  • lightly scented for sensitive noses with notes of tart citrus

  • enriched with Texas wildflower honey and aloe for a creamy lather

  • created with kaolin clay for its gentle cleansing properties

  • made with skin-loving olive oil, babassu oil and kokum butter 

  • organic ingredients

  • palm oil free

Our artisan soap is heart made in small batches using the cold process method. In our soapy experience, a little less lather in our soaps as compared to other soap bars may be due to our gentle formula and the mineral content in your water source. 

To get the most lather from our gentle bar, use a washcloth, konjac bath sponge or mesh pouf.

For a long-lasting bar, store on a well-drained soap dish and keep bar dry between uses. 

Avoid getting soap in eyes. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. 

A dry soap is a happy soap!

Ingredients: Olea europaea (olive) oil*, Orbignya oleifera (babassu) seed oil*, Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, Garcinia indica (kokum) butter, sodium hydroxide†, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*, aqua, Ricinus communis (castor) oil*, fragrance (parfum)‡, honey, maris sal, kaolin, tocopherol (mixed)§

*certified organic †none remains after saponification of oils ‡organic and/or wild-harvested essential oils, extracts & absolutes §non-gmo

This soap is lovingly made with local wildflower honey that is harvested using ethical beekeeping practices.

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