A is for Apple Soap
An afternoon stroll through the apple orchard and what do we find? Green, red and yellow, the full spectrum of apples in all their glory. And, the smell! That wondrous sweet smell! Grab a basket and start picking. An A-list of apple recipes awaits... apple juice, apple cider, apple sauce, apple butter, apple pie, apple strudel and apple soap. Huh? That's right, apple soap, the latest concoction from the Violet Valley Soap and Lavender Shoppe, aptly named "A is for Apple". What's better, this recipe includes some of the most beneficial ingredients for your skin. We are very confident you will enjoy!
Saponified Oils of Olive, Coconut, Shea Butter, Avocado and Castor, Fragrance Oil, Sodium Lactate, Kaolin Clay, Titanium Dioxide, Glycerin Soap Base, Mica and Oxide for Color
Olive Oil: a natural oil that creates a very gentle moisturizing soap with mild and creamy lather and tiny bubbles. Perfect for babies, the elderly and people with sensitive skin. This is among our favorite and most utilized base oils.
Coconut Oil: a natural oil that has excellent cleansing properties and creates plentiful bubbles. It is used in conjunction with other base oils such as Olive in order to contribute hardness to make soap longer-lasting.
Shea Butter: a natural base oil used for its softening and moisturizing qualities.
Avocado: a natural base oil used for its moisturizing and conditioning qualities. Because it is not fully converted to soap like other base oils, it retains skin-loving oil in your soap bar and is loaded with vitamins A, B, D and E.
Castor Oil: a natural oil that contributes to a stable, bountiful lather. More importantly, it draws moisture to the skin.
Net Weight: 4.0-4.5 oz.
Our soaps are made in small batches, each of which may have slight variation in color and design.
Allow your soap bar to completely dry out after each use to increase its longevity. Use a draining soap dish to encourage drying.
Discontinue use of this product immediately and contact a health care provider if irritation or allergic reaction occurs.