Falls River Soap Company Body Moisturizer

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Falls River Soap Company
$9.00 $4.75

Handmade organic soap bar- Avocado Oil, Jasmine Oil, Cucumber Soap with fresh Avocado fruit. A wonderfully light scent blending ri...pened avocado with tropical fruits, refreshing cucumber and soothing jasmine. We use organic and high quality natural... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$9.00 $4.75

Handmade organic soap bar- Cafe Au Lait with Vanilla Essential oil and Coffee Oil Soap. Infused with the intoxicating aroma of a m...orning freshly, roasted coffee with hints of vanilla. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$7.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Green Tea Soap. Invigorating green tea enjoyed for centuries in the Orient and renowned for its ...antioxidant properties. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from all over the world to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, it takes time to create a Falls River Soap. We work in small batches at a low temperature and age the soaps for up to four to six weeks to preserve the natural glycerin, producing the most luxurious, pure and gentle moisturizing soap imaginable. With proper storage and in-use care, you’ll get the most of your handmade natural soap!: 1. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses 2. Store soaps in cool, dry location that allows air circulation. Handmade natural soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oils; non-ventilated storage may result in a “weepy” or rancid soap bar 3. Keep your stored soaps out of direct sunlight, as natural ingredient colors may fade 4. If storing several soaps, it’s best to store similar scents together How to avoid typical problems in Handmade soaps: > Soap is not lathering well – Most likely you have hard water. The soap will not lather well if you have hard water > Soap becomes soggy and disintegrates quickly – Keep the soap dry between uses. Handmade soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oil which tend to make the soap soggy and disintegrate if kept in water or in humid condition. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses read more

Falls River Soap Company
$19.95

Handmade organic soap bar- oatmeal soap with natural honey. The luxurious feel of warm golden blossom honey blended with old-fashi...oned oats as a natural exfoliate. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanicals to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, it takes time to create a Falls River Soap. We work in small batches at a low temperature and age the soaps for up to four to six weeks to preserve the natural glycerin, producing the most luxurious, pure and gentle moisturizing soap imaginable. With proper storage and in-use care, you’ll get the most of your handmade natural soap!: 1. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses 2. Store soaps in cool, dry location that allows air circulation. Handmade natural soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oils; non-ventilated storage may result in a “weepy” or rancid soap bar 3. Keep your stored soaps out of direct sunlight, as natural ingredient colors may fade 4. If storing several soaps, it’s best to store similar scents together How to avoid typical problems in Handmade soaps: > Soap is not lathering well – Most likely you have hard water. The soap will not lather well if you have hard water > Soap becomes soggy and disintegrates quickly – Keep the soap dry between uses. Handmade soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oil which tend to make the soap soggy and disintegrate if kept in water or in humid condition. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses read more

Falls River Soap Company
$20.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Green Tea Soap. Invigorating green tea enjoyed for centuries in the Orient and renowned for its ...antioxidant properties. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from all over the world to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, it takes time to create a Falls River Soap. We work in small batches at a low temperature and age the soaps for up to four to six weeks to preserve the natural glycerin, producing the most luxurious, pure and gentle moisturizing soap imaginable. With proper storage and in-use care, you’ll get the most of your handmade natural soap!: 1. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses 2. Store soaps in cool, dry location that allows air circulation. Handmade natural soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oils; non-ventilated storage may result in a “weepy” or rancid soap bar 3. Keep your stored soaps out of direct sunlight, as natural ingredient colors may fade 4. If storing several soaps, it’s best to store similar scents together How to avoid typical problems in Handmade soaps: > Soap is not lathering well – Most likely you have hard water. The soap will not lather well if you have hard water > Soap becomes soggy and disintegrates quickly – Keep the soap dry between uses. Handmade soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oil which tend to make the soap soggy and disintegrate if kept in water or in humid condition. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses read more

Falls River Soap Company
$19.95

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Green Tea Soap. Invigorating green tea enjoyed for centuries in the Orient and renowned for its ...antioxidant properties. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from all over the world to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, it takes time to create a Falls River Soap. We work in small batches at a low temperature and age the soaps for up to four to six weeks to preserve the natural glycerin, producing the most luxurious, pure and gentle moisturizing soap imaginable. With proper storage and in-use care, you’ll get the most of your handmade natural soap!: 1. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses 2. Store soaps in cool, dry location that allows air circulation. Handmade natural soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oils; non-ventilated storage may result in a “weepy” or rancid soap bar 3. Keep your stored soaps out of direct sunlight, as natural ingredient colors may fade 4. If storing several soaps, it’s best to store similar scents together How to avoid typical problems in Handmade soaps: > Soap is not lathering well – Most likely you have hard water. The soap will not lather well if you have hard water > Soap becomes soggy and disintegrates quickly – Keep the soap dry between uses. Handmade soaps are high in natural glycerin and vegetable oil which tend to make the soap soggy and disintegrate if kept in water or in humid condition. Use a soap dish that offers drainage (e.g. slotted) so the soap can dry between uses read more

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