Choose three scents from: lemon sage, peppermint, citrus ginger hops, lavender, rosemary, orange chamomile almond, unscented with calendula petals for sensitive skin/dry skin/face soap, shaving soap (spruce needle), shampoo bar (rosemary peppermint eucalyptus), gardener soap (spearmint orange). Let me know your choices in your note to seller or a convo.
For a list of ingredients see each individual soap's listing:
Three small bars of soap measuring approximately 2.5 inches tall by 1.5-1.75 inches wide by .75-1 inch thick and weighing between 1.75-2.5 oz. and are perfect for hand washing. Since soaps are made in small batches using only natural ingredients which vary from season to season, and every bar is hand cut -the size, shape, color, and scent of each soap bar may vary slightly and from batch to batch. Soaps are labeled with the name of the soap as well as a list of ingredients.
I make all of our soap the old fashioned way in small batches here at the Kirk Estate, the 19th century haunted farmhouse and surrounding property where I live that has been preserved for five generations. Using the cold process method and a combination of natural and organic vegetable oils as well as organic herbs from our small scale farm, all of our soap is free of animal byproducts and artificial ingredients and has a light natural scent.
Handmade soap lasts longer if it is kept away from direct streams of water and is stored in a draining soap dish.
Each item you buy helps to support The Kirk Estate – the 19th century haunted farmhouse and surrounding property where I live that has been preserved for five generations. These photos were taken there. Our small scale farm is worked the old fashioned way; no chemicals, no petroleum intensive machines -only sustainable farming practices that help to improve the land, the environment, the wildlife, and the people. Thank you for your support of this time and effort intensive process. Your purchase is helping to make a difference. To learn more about The Kirk Estate visit: www.thekirkestate.com
photos by The Little Ragamuffin