Top5 / or the Top of the Soap Mountain

January 21, 2013

(today’s Top5 feature includes 5 things needed to make our bar soap!)

1. Botanicals

2. Essential Oils (steam distilled or cold pressed- always from a plant- never manufactured)

3. Organic coconut oil (for a rad lather)

4. A drawing to dress it (laser cut rubber stamp) 

5. Soap cutter 

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organic calendula petals, soothes the skin

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rosemary essential oil, it takes approximately 6 pounds of plant to make 1 oz of essential oil (pictured here). respect.

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coconut oil is good for everything

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magic hands

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ouch! jk, it’s not sharp at all. you can cut soap with a butter knife.




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