Oatmeal Honey Handmade Soap Bar - Honey Bee Good
Made with gluten free oats and local honey this bar smells almost edible. Honey gives this bar a wonderful lather and is also full of antioxidants. Oatmeal is great for exfoliation and actually soothing skin so the combo is amazing and this soap bar does not disappoint. We handcraft our soap bars in small batches right in downtown Lakeport, California in our brick and mortar store. They are all all olive oil based and than we add our formulation of natural and organic skin loving oils and butters to create the perfect bar of soap that is balanced enough for all skin types leaving your skin refreshed and moisturized. We also add a variety or herbs and clay and other natural additives depending on the bar you choose that benefit the skin in different ways. You will notice that our bars smell amazing and the scent lasts until your bar is used up and that is because we only select the highest quality essential oils and fragrance oils for our products.
Plant the labels?
Yes our soap bar labels are made of seeded paper so you can actually plant them and grow random wild flowers and herbs. Its easy to do just place soil in a pot, right to the top. Gently pack the soil, so it's slightly compressed, but not too hard-packed. Place the seed paper on top, and add another thin layer of soil on top of the paper (about one-eighth of an inch). Give your newly planted seed paper a good soak of water right off the bat. After that, just make sure it's always moist. This may mean watering it a little bit every day or two, but just enough to maintain that level of moisture. Just make sure your planted seed paper is in a sunny area, and you should hopefully start seeing some little green sprouts pop up within a few weeks!
- Handcrafted in small batches
- Leaves your skin feeling refreshed
- Honey gives the bar a bigger lather and is full of antioxidants
- Oatmeal exfoliates while it soothes skin
Distilled water, olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, fragrance, gluten free oatmeal, local honey.