This soap started as a beautiful collaboration with another LoCo — Loudon County, TN. We wanted to know how we could “Go LoCo” together! The next thing I knew I received the most amazing lavender and bee pollen I’ve ever worked with. We put months into research and development for products that would highlight these perfect ingredients, but not be the same as what’s already being offered there or here! What we eventually developed was this mind-blowing soap.
First we make the most amazing lavender tea with honey and we add our lye to that and then add that liquid lye water mix to our custom blend of oils including coconut, rice bran, castor and olive and shea butter blended with beeswax. After the soap had cooked we added skin-loving sunflower oil and more honey for increased lather and skin conditioning. We ground that bee pollen into the finest powder and used it in half the batter to give it that gorgeous yellow color. A tiny bit of purple mica helps to carry the concept of the lavender throughout the bar. Topped with lavender buds (you can’t put lavender buds inside of real soap, unfortunately, because they turn brown and look…well, gross) and scented with oatmeal, milk and honey which pairs just so perfectly with the natural scent of the lavender, honey, and bee pollen! We are so excited about this collaboration!
Lavender Tea, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Beeswax, Honey, Sunflower Oil, Bee Pollen, Lavender, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Tin Oxide, Fragrance.
Weight: 3.5 oz
Directions for use: Wet soap with warm water and work into a good lather. Use a loofah, bamboo or cotton washcloth, or a sponge to increase the lather. Rinse thoroughly with clear running water. As with all soap products, avoid contact with the eyes. If contact occurs, flush with fresh water. Discontinue use if rash or irritation occurs. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children. To prolong the life of your bar, keep it elevated out of pools of water or moisture using a wooden soap dish or by placing on a dry sponge.