Lemon Lavender Landscape - Artisan Series Soap (100% Natural)
Lemon Lavender Landscape - Artisan Series Soap (100% Natural)
Lemon Lavender Landscape - Artisan Series Soap (100% Natural)
Lemon Lavender Landscape - Artisan Series Soap (100% Natural)

Lemon Lavender Landscape - Artisan Series Soap (100% Natural)

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Lemon Lavender Landscape is part of my Artisan Soap Series and is 100% natural, vegan, and palm-oil free. 

NOTE: This soap can be purchased as a wide bar with a label or a tall-skinny bar with no label. The cost is the same for both. Once it sells out, this soap will no longer be made.

This soap is a 25% Shea Butter Soap, for a luxurious moisturizing lather. It also contains coconut water and is colored with all-natural brazilian clays and has cocoa powder pencil lines.

SCENT
This soap is scented with beautiful blend of lavender, lemon, and litsea essential oils. The lavender is more dominant, but is softened by the citrus notes.

INGREDIENTS (in order of weight)
Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Coconut Water, Distilled Water, Cocoa Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Essential Oil Blend { lavender + lemon + litsea }, Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Cocoa Powder, Brazilian Clay.

SOAP STORY
Naturally colored with clays and scented with Lavender + Lemon + Litsea essential oils. This soap will be the second soap displayed for the East Boulder County Artists and is meant to evoke an abstract hilly landscape and showcases clay colorants (vs the plant based colorants in my last soap). The pencil lines were all made with Cocoa Powder.

SIZE

  • these bars weigh about 5 oz each in weight
  • bar dimensions are 3.5" w x 2.5" h x 1.125" d

TIPS FOR EXTENDING THE LIFE OF YOUR SOAP
Place your soap in a dish that drains (not flat on the tile or in a non-draining dish!) and ensure that it doesn't get wet between uses. This is optional, but it will definitely make your soap last longer.

ABOUT ME
All my products are handmade by me in very small batches in my studio in Longmont, Colorado. My soap is cold process soap, which means that I make the recipe from scratch with full control of all the ingredients. Each bar of soap cures for 4 to 6 weeks. This ensures that all the water has evaporated and leads to a harder bar of soap that will last longer.