What is Sage Cedar Soap?
Made with sage/cedar tea, this sage cedar soap has a lovely woodsy smell and was a top seller in the Etsy shop! I was inspired to make it after a friend of mine suggested I made a soap to smudge and bless your body the way that you would smudge or bless your home. Give your feet a soak in some epsom salts and you have a spa day worthy enough to ease your troubled soles.
How to store it?
We recommend that you use a draining soap dish with any handmade soap. Because a draining soap dish will give your bar of soap the opportunity to dry out between uses. This way you bar of soap will last much longer. Have you ever noticed that the bar of soap sitting in the puddle of water in your shower has become soft and mushy? When you’re soap is sitting in water, it is slowly dissolving.
What’s in Sage Cedar Soap?
- olive oil pomace/Rice Bran Oil Blend
- Palm Oil
- Coconut Oil
- Avocado Oil
- Palm Kernel Oil Flakes
- Sodium Hydroxide (needed for the chemical reaction to make soap. No sodium hydroxide remains in the soap)
- Sage Fragrance Oil
- Cedar Fragrance Oil
- Sweet Grass Fragrance Oil
- ground sage & cedar
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