I grew up in South Florida and spent every weekend of my young life at the beach, swimming in the warm waters of the Atlantic. I always loved the way that my skin felt after a salty swim, so when I started researching how to make salt bars I was intrigued. Would it be drying? Lather well? I’ve read several claims that sea salt bars are fabulous for acne and skin conditions, and while I’m not sure about that, I know that the fine sea salt does a beautiful gentle exfoliation and leaves skin super soft. The salt gives these bars a rich, lotion-like lather. The sea salt also makes these bars extra hard and long-lasting. I’m obsessed with them.
You can watch me make these bars here:
> These bars have quite a bit of natural glycerin, which is a byproduct of saponification, so they may attract water droplets in humid environments. It's harmless, so just rinse it off.
> Each bar is hand-made so the exact weight varies slightly!
> The Measurements of ALL SEA SALT BARS are the same:
2.5” X 2.5” X 1” / Weight: 5 oz. (approx)*
> Deep Ocean Vast Sea ~~ Ozone, Citrus, Sea Salt, Jasmine
> La Sirena ~~ Coconut Water, Sea Salt, Lotus, Sage leaf, Lemon, Grapefruit,
> Midnight Margaritas ~~ Lime, Neroli, and Frankincense
> Some Sunny Day (Made with Organic Aloe Vera) ~~ Juicy Melon, Citrus Slices, Freshly Picked Leaves, Light Florals, Tropical Succulents
> Water Nymph ~~ Tropical Orchids, Jasmine, Ozone, Sea Grass, Tonka Beans
> Salted Pamplemousse ~~ Salted Grapefruit, Rhubarb, Rose, and Vanilla Bean
> Jammy Black Rose ~~ Sticky Rose Jam with Tonka, Lemon, and Geranium
> #13 Baby ~~ Earthy Saffron, Cedar, Boughs of Fir, Ambergris, Ritual Incense Smoke, and Jasmine
> The Poison Path ~~ Baneful herbs and blossoms grow in a dilapidated, wrought-iron, Victorian greenhouse. The misty, midnight air is filled with the scent of sweet basil, mint leaves, thyme, ancient vines, woods, amber, marigold, violet, vetiver, geranium, sage, datura, mossy pathways, and broken glass.
Ingredients in ALL Bars:
Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Sea Salt, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Kaolin Clay, Fragrance, Mica ("Some Sunny Day" has Organic Aloe Vera in it as well.)
------> Allow this soap to dry completely between uses to preserve the longevity of the bar. A soap dish with drainage holes or a wooden rack-type dish is the best. If you keep handmade soap in a dish with no drainage, it will turn to mush pretty quickly.
------> If you need a proper Soap Rack, I usually have some in my shop.
100% Handmade Soap | Palm Oil FREE | Vegan & Cruelty-Free
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