Y’all, they just can’t all be pretty. We try. Believe me, we try. But sometime our ambitions (we’re not pointing any fingers, but they are literally all Aimée’s
whacky lofty ambitions that get us into aesthetic problems). She gets her head so deep into soap chemistry and the what-ifs of fatty acid chains and becomes convinced that she can create the most amazing combination of lather and conditioning that’s ever been experienced by man or beast, and then she decides she’ll try an elaborate design on top of it. It often works, but sometimes it looks like this. If it looks like we had to spoon the soap batter in and push it down into the mold to get it to stay….it may be because we did. If it looks like the soap got too stiff to get all of her beautiful yellow color incorporated…it may be because it did. But, man! It’s a really lovely bar to use.
For all the folks who tell us our soaps are too pretty to use, or all the people who tell us it’s silly to make a pretty soap, because they have never once cared how their soap looked–this is for y’all. A really lovely gender-neutral scent. It smells ever so faintly of cinnamon bark, clove leaf, spiced rum, jasmine petals, tahitian vanilla, sandalwood and musk. It doesn’t have a scent that comes right up to meet you. It has a scent that just gently greets you throughout the day when you’ve washed with it.
Truly a one-of-a-kind loaf, because I don’t think we could ever recreate this bar again if we wanted to.
Palm Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Mango Butter, Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Tussah Silk, Sugar, Coconut Milk, Fragrance, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Tin Oxide.
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.