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Falls River Soap Company
$17.51

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

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Tea Soap with Ginger. Light white tea leaves and the warmth and spiciness of fresh ginger stimul...ate the body any time of day. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from all... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$73.68

Handmade organic soap bar- French Lavender soap with sweet essentials like lavender essential oil French Soap. A relaxing, soothin...g floral scent of lavender mingled with the refreshing, crispness of sweet basil. We use organic and high quality natural... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$18.33

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... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$17.51

Handmade organic soap bar- Orange Calendula Oil and Calendula flower Soap. Sun-drenched golden marigold flowers meet the fresh, ci...trus scent of mandarin oranges. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

"Handmade organic soap bar- Refreshing Mint and Eucalyptus Eucalyptus Spearmint, Refreshing Mint Soap for Sensitive Skin. This soa...p can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils We use organic and high quality... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$27.00 $18.95

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 botanical sourced from... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$9.00 $5.90

Handmade organic soap bar- Orange Calendula Oil and Calendula flower Soap. Sun-drenched golden marigold flowers meet the fresh, ci...trus scent of mandarin oranges. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.85

Handmade organic soap bar- Orange Calendula Oil and Calendula flower Soap. Sun-drenched golden marigold flowers meet the fresh, ci...trus scent of mandarin oranges. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

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
$23.00 $18.95

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... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Lemongrass essential oil and Sage Oil. Clean, crisp scent of lemongrass and the ear...thiness of sage meet in this luxurious goat milk soap. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

"Handmade organic Facial Bar- infused with Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary Refreshing and therapeutic Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary So...ap for Sensitive Skin. This soap can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

"Handmade organic soap bar- Natural White Soap Bar - Fragrance Free and Dye Free. Fragrance Free and Dye Free for Extra Sensitive ...Skin. If you are allergic or have Eczema or other skin conditions then this is the soap you should try. We use organic and... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

Handmade organic soap bar- Bamboo and Lilac Soap with Bamboo powder and Lilac Oil. Experience renewal with flowering wild bamboo u...nited with the soft, powdery scent of fresh lilac blossoms. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

Handmade organic soap bar- French Lavender soap with sweet essentials like lavender essential oil French Soap. A relaxing, soothin...g floral scent of lavender mingled with the refreshing, crispness of sweet basil. We use organic and high quality natural... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Tea Soap with Ginger. Light white tea leaves and the warmth and spiciness of fresh ginger stimul...ate the body any time of day. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical sourced from all... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

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... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$23.00 $18.95

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... read more

Falls River Soap Company
$8.50 $8.45

Handmade organic soap bar- Orange Calendula Oil and Calendula flower Soap. Sun-drenched golden marigold flowers meet the fresh, ci...trus scent of mandarin oranges. 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
$8.50 $8.45

Handmade organic soap bar- French Lavender soap with sweet essentials like lavender essential oil French Soap. A relaxing, soothin...g floral scent of lavender mingled with the refreshing, crispness of sweet basil. 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
$9.00 $8.95

Handmade organic soap bar- Himalayan pink salt with Rose clay and essential oil. Rejuvenating and revitalizing rose clay blended w...ith mineral-rich, exfoliating Himalayan pink salt. 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
$11.20 $9.50

Handmade organic Facial Bar- infused with Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary Refreshing and therapeutic Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary Soa...p for Sensitive Skin. This soap can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils 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
$9.00

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 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
$8.50 $8.45

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Rose Clay and essential Oil. Perfect Valentine gift for the special one you love. S...oft Creamy Goat Milk texture and English Rose essential oil with Rose Clay makes it a unique Spa soap. The scent of freshly cut ruby red rose petals and the promise of romance floating in this luxurious goat milk soap. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, 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
$8.50 $8.45

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Tea Soap with Ginger. Light white tea leaves and the warmth and spiciness of fresh ginger stimul...ate the body any time of day. 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
$8.99 $8.94

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
$9.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Refreshing Mint and Eucalyptus Eucalyptus Spearmint,Refreshing Mint Soap for Sensitive Skin. This soap ...can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils 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 so the soap can dry between uses read more

Falls River Soap Company
$10.87

The skin is the largest organ of the human body the ingredients we put on our skin are just as important as the ones we don't, sin...ce most ingredients that we apply on our bodies can be absorbed. Most lotions in the marketplace these days have chemicals and artificial dyes and fragrances added to their formula falls river soap's hand and body lotion: - Never use dyes. - Pure and the highest grade sweet almond oil, jojoba oil and shea butter - non-gmo, vegan, and gluten-free ingredients - our formulas are sustainably crafted, so our lotions are good for you and the planet new skin growth for healthier skin - penetrates the inner layers of the skin and promotes vigorous cell growth for smoother, softer and glowing skin. read more

Falls River Soap Company
$8.50

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
$8.50 $8.48

Handmade organic soap bar- Bamboo and Lilac Soap with Bamboo powder and Lilac Oil. Experience renewal with flowering wild bamboo u...nited with the soft, powdery scent of fresh lilac blossoms. 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
$9.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Pure Lavender essential oil and Fennel Brazilian Soap. An artful blend of five different mineral-rich B...razilian mud and a cavalcade of sensual aromatics, including lavender, fennel and patchouli 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
$8.50 $8.45

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Lemongrass essential oil and Sage Oil. Clean, crisp scent of lemongrass and the ear...thiness of sage meet in this luxurious goat milk soap. 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
$23.78

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 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
$30.00 $23.50

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Rose Clay and essential Oil. Perfect Valentine gift for the special one you love. S...oft Creamy Goat Milk texture and English Rose essential oil with Rose Clay makes it a unique Spa soap. The scent of freshly cut ruby red rose petals and the promise of romance floating in this luxurious goat milk soap. We use organic and high quality natural essential oils, herbs and botanical to create homemade soaps the old-fashioned way, through the cold-process method of soap-making. Unlike mass-produced commercial soaps, 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
$30.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Orange Calendula Oil and Calendula flower Soap. Sun-drenched golden marigold flowers meet the fresh, ci...trusy scent of mandarin oranges. 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
$23.85 $23.73

Handmade organic soap bar- French Lavender soap with sweet essentials like lavender essential oil French Soap. A relaxing, soothin...g floral scent of lavender mingled with the refreshing, crispness of sweet basil. 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
$22.45 $20.84

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Lemongrass essential oil and Sage Oil. Clean, crisp scent of lemongrass and the ear...thiness of sage meet in this luxurious goat milk soap. 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
$23.73 $23.26

Handmade organic soap bar- Refreshing Mint and Eucalyptus Eucalyptus Spearmint, Refreshing Mint Soap for Sensitive Skin. This soap... can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils 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
$24.49

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 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
$24.00

Handmade organic Facial Bar- infused with Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary Refreshing and therapeutic Oatmeal, Lavender & Rosemary Soa...p for Sensitive Skin. This soap can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils 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
$24.33 $24.30

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 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
$23.96 $23.91

Handmade organic soap bar- Pure Lavender essential oil and Fennel Brazilian Soap. An artful blend of five different mineral-rich B...razilian muds and a cavalcade of sensual aromatics, including lavender, fennel and patchouli. 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
$23.91

Handmade organic soap bar- Bamboo and Lilac Soap with Bamboo powder and Lilac Oil. Experience renewal with flowering wild bamboo u...nited with the soft, powdery scent of fresh lilac blossoms. 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
$30.00 $22.07

Handmade organic soap bar- Herbal Tea Soap with Ginger. Light white tea leaves and the warmth and spiciness of fresh ginger stimul...ate the body any time of day. 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
$30.00

Handmade organic soap bar- Goat Milk soap with Lemongrass essential oil and Sage Oil. Clean, crisp scent of lemongrass and the ear...thiness of sage meet in this luxurious goat milk soap. 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
$24.11 $23.96

Handmade organic soap bar- Beer Soap with Bay Rum essential Oil. A sweet and spicy restorative scent of the exotic Caribbean from ...the leaves of the West Indian bay tree. 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
$24.49

Handmade organic soap bar- Natural White Soap Bar - Fragrance Free and Dye Free. Fragrance Free and Dye Free for Extra Sensitive S...kin. If you are allergic or have Eczema or other skin conditions then this is the soap you should try. 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
$25.66

Handmade organic soap bar- Bamboo and Lilac Soap with Bamboo powder and Lilac Oil. Experience renewal with flowering wild bamboo u...nited with the soft, powdery scent of fresh lilac blossoms. 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
$24.48

Handmade organic soap bar- Refreshing Mint and Eucalyptus Eucalyptus Spearmint, Refreshing Mint Soap for Sensitive Skin. This soap... can charge you up and take away tiredness with the fresh refreshing mint essential oils 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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