Rusty Cactus Bar Soap

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Rusty Cactus Bar Soap

A good soap bar loaded with a handful of naturally made ingredients starts with two cups of Almond Milk. Handmade from scratch, raw and unsweetened with a little patience and you have the making of a nourishing base, rich with vitamin B, calcium, protein and iron. Almond milk is lactose free, moisturizes, slows and reduces fine lines and wrinkles and with the presence of vitamin D, E, calcium and antioxidants known to relieve symptoms of acne, dry skin, and sunburn. I feel we are ready to make some soap!

So… what’s in this Rusty Cactus soap? A masculine unisex fragrance green citrus, coconut and floral, and lush black currants which are distinctive when creating flavored liqueur with vibrant notes of amber, forest wood, black pepper, amyris and patchouli.

Now that we know the root of our soap bar, let’s talk about the other additives. As a tall soap bar, there is plenty of goodness to go around. Large enough to cut in half, share with a friend or keep for yourself and use over and over. For centuries, Olive Oil has played a delicious role in some of the finest soaps. It has inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-aging properties. Olive Oil hydrates and moisturized dry skin. Many soaps are Olive Oil based and for a good reason.

Green Tea Butter steals the show by inviting that greenish yellow hue throughout the soap layers designed to sooth the skin with a healthy sheen.
Infused Plantain leaf, Yarrow and Dandelion were added, commonly used in herbal medicines to treat a variety of ailments. Giving a boost to the generation of new skin cells to slow aging, ideal for sensitive skin, reduce to annoyance of itchy bug bites, inflammation and scarring.

There are plenty of beneficial and body delicious oils that go into this hefty soap bar which include Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Avocado, and much more. Soap made with lard as one of the ingredients combined, brings back a long history of simple soap making from the farm. A long-lasting hard bar of soap to thoroughly enjoy.

Some may say, how many oils does it take to create one of the most luxurious bar soaps. With the aroma of natural Almonds in the milk, a grand display of beneficial oils and butters, and a fragrance loved by both men and woman, you just can’t put a price on healthy skin.

Listing is for 1 bar soap
Net weight 6.6 oz. Length 4.5" width 2.5 depth 1"

Have you ever made your own Almond Milk?
It’s easy and fun to make all on your own with a few simple steps. You can benefit by using Almond Milk in soap making or to enjoy as a delicious and healthy alternative to soy or cow milk. Fresh Almond milk has no added preservatives, full of vitamins, minerals and fatty acids that deeply moisturize the skin, help UV damage and reduce irritation. They are rich in calcium, vitamin E, magnesium and potassium. Almonds also double as a healthy pick-me-up to curb your appetite.

Soaking Almonds in fresh water breaking them down, blending and straining. The results are fresh, tasty and you made it yourself and that’s always the best.
1. Fill a mason jar with 1 cup of raw, unsalted almonds in 4 cups of distilled water if soap making and filtered water if drinking. Cover and soak over night or for 8 to 12 hrs.
2. Drain and discard water keeping the almonds.
3. Add almonds to a blender with 4 cups of fresh distilled or filtered water. Blend at high speed for approx. 1 minute.
4. Strain in a sifter or nut milk bag over a large bowl keeping only the almond milk. Strain again using a finer mesh until all almond’s granules are removed from milk.
5. For drinking, leave plain or flavor-up your almond milk for a creamy, sweet satisfying flavor with cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla bean, maple syrup or sugar
6. The almond pulp can be used to make cookies.
7. Store in refrigerator for up to 3 days. Freeze if you prefer for soap making.

Almonds (Prunus dulcis), Distilled Water, Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Saponified Lard, Olive Oil Pomace (Olea Europaea), Sodium Hydroxide, Matcha Green Tea Butter (Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Powder), Avocado Oil (Persea Americana), Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus Armeniaca), Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis Seed Oil), Infused Yarrow and Dandelion Grapeseed Oil (Vitus vinifera), Infused Plantain Leaf Safflower Oil (Carthamus tinctorius), Cocoa Butter (Theobroma Cacao), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Black Walnut Hull Powder (Juglans nigra), Camu Camu (Myrciaria dubia), Spinach Powder (Spinacia Oleracea), Red Sandalwood Powder (Pterocarpus santalinus), Alfalfa Powder (Medicago sativa), Alkanet Powder (Alkanna tinctorial), Bentonite Clay, Rose Clay, Turmeric (Curcuma longa), Botanicals, Juniper Berry, Fragrance

This content is for informational purposes based on collected study and extended self-testing. White Dormouse Artisan Soaps believes in the nutritional benefits of the ingredients added to create all bath and body products for skincare. We strive to create a more natural, milder and healthier way to care for our skin. Therefore, each ingredient has been fully researched and has been used in alternative remedies for generations. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The benefits and use of herbs, oils, and natural ingredients are not meant to substitute the advice of your Doctor or health professional nor are they intended to be construed as medical advice to diagnose, treat, cure health problems or diseases. If you are pregnant or nursing, please consult your physician before using any products including those with essential oils. If you have an allergic reaction or are sensitive to the ingredients in our products, please discontinue use. White Dormouse Artisan Soaps extends our product description on our website and platform including ingredients for your health, safety happiness.

Soap Directions: Keep handcrafted artisan soaps in a dry, ventilated area when not in use. This will create an ideal environment allowing your soaps to last longer. With each use, rest on a slotted soap dish to allow for drainage and a longer lasting bar.