Our most detoxifying bar, kaolin clay and activated charcoal swirl with cool, organic Peppermint, fresh Cypress Leaf, and wild Lavender to wake and refresh you.
SMELLS LIKE: frozen pine, kindling, herbal tea
This essential oil blend may relieve sore muscles, support respiratory health, and energize. All of our batches contain a rich swirl of kaolin clay, a deeply cleansing and gently exfoliating mineral. Activated charcoal is a gentle exfoliant known for its powerful ability to draw impurities out of the skin.
Lather up + breathe deeply. Our small batch soaps are handcrafted and air-cured for one month. This time-honored method means bars may vary in look. Please allow your triangle to fully dry in between uses for a longer life span. Great for travel, cleansing, and shaving. We also recommend keeping among your clothing or linens before use.
INGREDIENTS: saponified oils of: cocos nucifera - coconut (certified organic + unrefined + fair trade), olea europaea - olive (certified organic + unrefined), butyrospermum parkii - shea butter (certified organic + unrefined), camellia oleifera (certified organic + unrefined), ricinus communis - castor (certified organic); kaolin clay (naturally occurring), steam-distilled essential oils, activated charcoal
vegan | palm-free | cruelty-free
Partner Artisan Spotlight:
Wild Lather is made by two people who really love handmade soap (and each other). After returning from an eight month adventure around the world, we set out to create a vegan, palm-free bar soap that could provide the lathering qualities of a liquid soap without the plastic packaging. Our five nourishing and versatile unrefined base oils are certified organic and we use carefully sourced organic or wild harvested botanicals and steam-distilled essential oils. These ingredients make our multi-use soaps biodegradable and great for travel, cleansing, shaving, and gifting. The shape represents a simple, triangular breathing exercise to help bring a sense of calm and mindfulness to the shower (breathe in - pause - breathe out).