Thea | Apple & Rose Soap
This soap fragrance makes you yearn to take a leisurely stroll through Grandmother Thea’s rose garden by the orchard at sunset after a spring rain freshly bloomed roses and greenery in the forefront. On the breeze, you smell tart green apples not yet ready for picking.
About Us: Our journey from hobby to passion started in 2015 when we created one ugly loaf of soap in our kitchen late one night, one of many first failures that have led us too today. We have grown that learning experience into a passion for creating small-batch artisan cold process soap. Our brand has grown with our talent providing exceptional products in scents, swirls, colors, and a product that their skin and body will absolutely love. This journey has started with soap and has expanded into many different products and a passion for creating and providing. How it’s made: In simple terms making soap is the combination of oils, water, and caustic salts to the point of emulsification. When this happens, a chemical reaction causes everything to heat up, undergoing saponification, and within 24-48 hours, you have soap. After a cure time of 4-6 weeks a lot of water evaporates hardening the soap to last longer in the shower. Each soap maker has its own ways of doing things; some keep it simple, and others will give you a product filled with unique oils and butters that your skin loves. This product is usable art of intricate swirls, patterns, and colors. We strive to provide skin-nourishing products and usable art as well. No two bars are ever the same.
Ingredients: (by weight) - [Water] Aqua, [Canola] Canola oil, [Coconut] Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, [Shortening 0 Trans], [Soybean] Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, [Lye (NaOH)] Sodium Hydroxide, [Castor] Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, [Mica] Mica (Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Activated Charcoal).
WARNING: Some people have a sensitivity to lye (sodium hydroxide) or fragrance oils before using test soap on the inner arm to test for a reaction before using it on the rest of the body.