A case study in determination
Rhamnaceae (Buckthorn Family) Ceanothus, the Wild Lilac is a native of the West Coast and is one of the most fragrant and colorful shrubs to dot the foothills of Southern Oregon and Northern California. Because of their inherent survival abilities these lilacs anchor in poor, dry, rocky soil and flourish in drought stricken areas.
Remarkably sweet and floral, this soap smells like lilacs in full bloom; the perfect fragrance to herald the arrival of spring. Our soap softens your skin with natural oils and leaves you feeling moisturized while you contemplate this plant’s tenacity.
Soap is made with: Organic Olive Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Water, Organic Shea Butter Lye, Avocado Oil, Organic Castor Oil, Essential Oil Blend of Nerolina, Ylang Ylang and Lavender, Mineral Pigment.
Net Wt. 4oz (113g).
Handmade soap is a simple pleasure that you’ll want to carefully guard against moisture except when you’re using it. A dark linen closet is the best place to store your soap until use.
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