Red Clay & Rose Bar Soap
Only 5 left in stock
Nor’Eastern Herb Company, LLC’s Red Clay & Rose Bar Soap is the perfect addition to your shower and bath routine to make your skin supple, smooth, and ready to be touched. The scent of Spring roses coupled with cleansing and nourishing red clay ensures a sensual clean perfect for any time of the year.
Red clay is amazing when it comes to opening pores and drawing out dirt, grime, and sebum. While this may seem like a harsh process, red clay is undeniably gentle and soothing. Skin is gently exfoliated, pores are minimized, and excess oils are removed leaving skin luminous, soft, and supple.
Soothing and fortifying, roses are also antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and full of antioxidants. Roses radiate love and encourage us to love ourselves and others with a full and open heart. By gently releasing grief, hurt, and disappointment, roses enable us to welcome love and compassion into our lives. For generations, herbalists have used roses to heal broken hearts, lessen grief, sorrow, and depression, and inspire optimism and hope. When applied to our skin, roses are nourishing for even the most sensitive and blemish prone skin types. The astringency of rose helps to tighten and tone leading to softer and smoother skin.
Red Clay & Rose Bar Soap DOES NOT contain any 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 Red Clay & Rose Bar Soap. Each bar is handmade and may differ slightly.
Red Clay & Rose Bar Soap contains our signature oil blend (non-GMO coconut oil, non-GMO grapeseed oil, and olive oil) infused with rose petals and rosehips, rose water infusion, red clay, rose 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.