Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap
Nor’Eastern Herb Company’s Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap lathers a perfectly indulgent bathing experience for the Empress in all of us. Cleansing and brightening organic coconut milk and deeply moisturizing organic shea butter are blended with sensual flowers and herbs to connect with and release your inner Empress, allowing your power to flow and your spirit to glow.
Our updated blend has all the familiar floral and herbal allies we know and love but now with added Shea butter and coconut milk, making the Empress vegan and imbued with that powerful, sensual, deeply feminine energy we all know, love, and crave.
Why a milk soap? Milks contain lactic acid which helps break the grip dead skin has on the surface of your body so it can be washed away. Ideal for even the most sensitive skin, milk baths are possibly the most gentile way to exfoliate skin because they do not require any rubbing or abrasive scrubs to reveal beautiful, radiant skin. The natural fats and proteins in milk help to absorb and hold on to moisture keeping all your curves soft and supple. No wonder Cleopatra famously bathed in milk regularly!
Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap DOES NOT contain any animal products, parabens, phthalates, SLS, palm oil, fragrance, dye, coloring, or essential oils!
Constant contact with water may result in softening or melting. Keep dry when not in use.
Avoid direct contact with eyes and broken skin. Do not ingest; external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Listing is for one bar of Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap. Each bar of Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap is handmade and may differ slightly.
Empress Milk Bath Bar Soap contains our signature oil blend (non-GMO coconut oil, non-GMO and Kosher grapeseed oil, and olive oil), organic coconut milk, organic shea butter, orange peel, chamomile, French lavender, rosemary, rose petals, water, and lye. We always use organic and non-GMO oils, herbs, and flowers when available.
Note: Lye (98.5% Sodium hydroxide, 0.5% Sodium carbonate) is used only in the saponification process and does not remain in the finished soap.