What is Cold Process Soap?
Cold process soap is made by combining oils with lye water. This is an undertaking that requires a great deal of precision in order to get the right combination at the right temperature. Once the soap has hardened and been cut, it is set aside to cure for about 4 weeks to allow any excess moisture to leave the bars.
This listing is for one bar weighing about 5 oz.
Tallow, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Lye, Water, Pumice, Salt, Mica
This pumice soap has a rough texture and is not advised for use as a body soap.
As someone with multiple chemical sensitivities, I am focused on creating products that are as safe and natural as possible. These soaps are made with natural products and do not contain paraben, alcohol, petroleum or other preservatives found in commercially made soap. These beautifully handmade soaps are created with the finest ingredients and great care.