Our Hand-milled Earl Grey and Bergamot Soap is all natural, vegan friendly and handcrafted with our organic coconut milk soap with organic Earl Grey tea and therapeutic bergamot essential oil for a classic light citrusy scent that is good for your skin!
Each bar comes with a parchment paper label (ingredients are listed on the back of label) and also a heat seal band around the center to hold the label in place. Average weight of each bar is approximately 4 ounces, and the average size is about 2.25" x 3.25" x 1.25" thick. (Sizes and weights are approximate.) This listing is for one bar of soap, additional bars in photograph are to show texture.
Ingredients: Hand-milled with handmade organic coconut milk soap (saponified organic palm oil, organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, organic palm kernel oil, organic coconut milk (organic coconut milk, organic guar gum), organic shea butter, organic cocoa butter and organic castor oil) plus organic Earl Grey tea (organic black tea, organic bergamot) and therapeutic grade bergamot essential oil.
Our handcrafted, all natural, vegan friendly soaps are a labor of love from start to finish! We do not use a pre-made soap base -- we always make our own soaps from scratch! Organic vegetable oils, butters and coconut milk combine to create our Unscented Organic Coconut Milk Cold Process Soap that is thoughtfully formulated to be gentle and good for your skin. This unscented soap lathers well in hard and soft water and also hand-mills beautifully! Plus it has great texture and hardness – not slimy like some all-vegetable bars. Then, this soap is grated by hand and re-melted, or hand-milled (also called rebatched), to create one of our many varieties of hand-milled soap. These hand-milled soaps are dried for three weeks or more before being offered for sale. As with all handmade soaps, they are best kept dry between uses and a soap dish that drains away excess water works best. Our process takes a lot more time, but we think you will agree they are some of the best bars of soap you will ever use and with so many varieties to choose from, the hardest decision is usually which ones to try first!