Our Gardener’s Scrub Soap is great at getting your hands clean after a long day in the garden. As avid gardeners, we’ve extensively tested this one and we wouldn't change a thing.
A blend of black poppy seeds, corn meal, coffee grounds and pumice scrub away at caked on and ground in dirt with ease. The different grit sizes make the clean up quicker and more efficient. No more scrubbing away and not getting your hands truly clean!
We've also included a generous portion of Shea butter to this recipe to ensure that your hands are not only clean but moisturized too. Our Gardeners Scrub Soap is a wonderful massaging, cleansing treat for tired hands that like to play in the dirt.
Ingredients: Coconut oil, palm oil, lye, olive oil, rice bran, avocado oil, water, canola oil, castor oil, shea butter, pumice, coffee grounds, corn meal, black poppy seeds
In the spirit of working with nature, we use the traditional cold process method in the creation of all of our soaps. We like to think that our soaps are guided by human hand, but made by nature.
Soap Weight: 5 oz.
Soap Dimensions: 3.5 x 2.75 x 1 inch
Unscented: No essential oils or fragrance oils added
We use RSPO certified sustainable harvested palm oi.
Handmade soap will last a long time if kept dry between uses. We recommend using a draining soap dish and keeping bars away from direct streams of water.
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