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Mountain Rose

Our beautifully fragrant rougosa rose bush begs us to turn the lovely petals into soap! Every day in early summer, hundreds of these roses open, and within a day, the petals loosen and fall. We make lovely rose water with the petals which is the water base of this soap. We add rosehip oil, rose kaolin clay, and a rose essential oil blend. Rose lovers rejoice!


ingredients- avocado oil, castor oil, olive oil, organic coconut oil, raw shea butter, lye, mountain spring rose water, rose kaolin clay, French red clay, rosehip oil, rose, cedarwood, black pepper, bergamot, and lavender pure essential oils, topped with dried rose petals.

Mountain Rose

    • All of our bath and body products are palm oil free. We only use essential oils for fragrance and natural colors like herbs and clays. All of our products are plant based although some recipes contain raw honey and bees wax.
    • Keep your soaps dry between uses by storing them in a draining soap dish rather than laying flat in a pool of water, this will help prolong the life of your soap.
    • If you're not using right away, keep soaps in a bag or air tight container. This is optional but will keep the essential oils smelling fresh longer!
    • Soaps are minimally packaged with a wrap label including the name of the product and ingredients. Pictures on website are for referance only.
    • We make all of our soaps by hand and try our best to duplicate the recipes. Please allow some variation between batches and sizes. Our body soaps are around 4 ounces, and around 2.75" long, 3" tall, and 1" wide.
    • The FDA prohibits bath and body companies from making health related claims about their products. I am not a medical professional and do not claim that the use of my products may have a positive effect on pre-existing physical and/or mental health conditions. The information provided in my listings pertains to the properties of the specific ingredients used. 
    • Feel free to contact us with any questions about our products. We're happy to help!
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