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Seaside Rose Soap
Seaside Rose Soap
Seaside Rose Soap
Seaside Rose Soap

Seaside Rose Soap

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Seaside Roses was inspired by a day I spent along the coast of Maine. I was at a lighthouse- on one side of the lighthouse was a forest full of fir trees. On the other side was the ocean. Planted all around the lighthouse were roses. The wind was blowing, and it mixed scents of rose, fir trees, and fresh ocean air all together. One smell of this soap instantly takes me back to that beautiful day. Nothing can ever compare to that scent, but I feel like I came pretty close with my blend of Rose, Geranium, and Fir essential oils.
Seaside Roses is soft, feminine, and clean. It's topped with organic rose petals, and it happens to be one of my personal favorites!

My soaps are handmade in small batches using the traditional cold-process method and the finest, simplest natural ingredients. I believe simple is best! I strictly stay away from palm oil, harmful chemicals, foaming agents and detergents. All of my packaging is zero waste or recyclable. All soaps are vegan friendly with the exception of Milk and Honey.

Key Ingredients:
-A rich blend of olive oil, shea butter, and coconut oil give this soap a fluffy clean lather to make you feel squeaky clean without drying your skin.
-Kaolin clay is added to this soap to give it a pretty in pink look. Kaolin clay is very gentle on the skin, and great for those with eczema.

-In an effort to be less wasteful, do not be surprised if your order arrives at your door in reused packaging. While I strive to keep the packaging on my products plastic free, I do use recycled bubble mailers, along with random boxes, kraft paper, bubble wrap, etc. I encourage you to reuse/recycle our packaging as well. Although the outside may not be pretty, the inside will look (and smell) wonderful. It is what's on the inside that counts anyways, right?