In the Nude

July 25, 2014

Ever wonder what lies beneath the bright geometric patterns and quirky animal drawings of our sweet smelling bar soap? We got [them] undressed and here’s the reveal:

Each bar is chock full of organic and natural botanicals, seeds, nuts and grains that color and provide the unique look of the soap. We also LOVE exfoliating, so they all have a different level of exfoliation from light to super scrubby. Poppy seeds, cornmeal and walnut hull are featured in our scrubbiest soaps, while mint leaves, oats and lavender buds are in our mild bars. They are ordered in the above photograph according to their scrubbiness (left to right, least to most).

dog shampoo, beer shampoo, fennel orange, citronella fir, tea tree eucalyptus, grapefruit mint, lavender lemon, black walnut sage, rosemary lime, tangerine basil

All soaps are made, cured, hand-cut, and wrapped, one-by-one, by us, in small batches in our Brooklyn studio.




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