Black Raspberry Vanilla Natural Handmade Soap
Gentle handmade soap scented with sweet, ripe black raspberries mixed with dark plums and warm vanilla.
All soap bars are luxuriously handcrafted with love, care and attention to detail to ensure each soap bar is extremely gentle for your face and body while providing a luxurious and relaxing spa-like experience right in your own home.
At Sweet Surrender, every handmade soap recipe is carefully curated with the highest quality oils and luxurious butter to nourish and revitalize your delicate, sensitive skin and gently cleanse without stripping the natural oils needed to sustain the health and vitality of your skin.
To promote healthy, beautiful skin that glows, our natural soap bars are handcrafted with:
- Colloidal Oatmeal to calm and soothe itchy, irritated skin
- Kaolin Clay to lightly detoxify your skin, and gently remove toxins and impurities
- Organic Milks and milk powders such as Goat Milk, Coconut Milk, and Buttermilk to gently exfoliate and moisturize dry thirsty skin
- Tussah Silk for a luxuriously silky lather that provides even more moisture to your skin.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Water, Palm Oil, Olive Oil, Food Grade Sodium Hydroxide, Canola Oil, Castor Oil, Mango Butter, Colloidal Oatmeal, Kaolin Clay, Goat Milk Powder, Tussah Silk
Each bar of soap weighs approximately 5.5 ounces; however, because each soap is hand-cut there may be slight variations in weight. Once cut, each bar of soap is left to cure for 4 to 6 weeks to evaporate excess water to create a hard, long-lasting, gentle bar of soap.
To get the most out of your handcrafted soap, it should be kept dry between uses and out of direct streams of water. Keeping your handcrafted soap bar on a draining soap dish is recommended to keep your handmade soap from becoming soft and to help it last longer.
As amazing as our handmade bath and body care products look and smell, please do not eat.
All handmade bath and body care products are for external use only.
Keep out of eyes, and discontinue use if irritation occurs.