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Oatmeal Honey Soap - Handmade Soap, Cold Process Soap, Homemade Soap, Exfoliating Soap, Gifts for Her, Gifts for Him, Just Because, Gifts

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With finely ground oats, handmade almond milk, and honey, this luxurious soap will pamper your skin and tickle your senses. My Oatmeal Honey soap produces a creamy, bubbly lather and has oats sprinkled on the top.

Each bar of soap weighs at least 4 oz. (weight varies, as the soaps are cut by hand). All of my soaps are handmade in Washington and cured for at least four weeks. Whatever the occasion, homemade soap makes the perfect gift!

Interested in how this soap was made? Find out more on the Emily's Handmade Soaps blog here:
http://www.emilyshandmadesoaps.com/2014/10/the-complexity-of-oatmeal-and-honey.html

You can also see a video of how the soap logs are cut here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQEE1e1ioUk

Oatmeal Honey Soap Ingredients: Olive Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Almond Milk [Water, Almonds], Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Oats, Fragrance, Honey

www.emilyshandmadesoaps.com

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(96)
Reviewed by burpet
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 26, 2017
I've ALWAYS loved Lemongrass! Can't wait to try it out! Thank you!
Bath and Body Gift Set

Reviewed by Natalie K
5 out of 5 stars
May 16, 2017
My second time buying from Emily. These soaps are incredibly fragrant and longlasting!
Soap - 4 for 30 Homemade Soap, Natural Soap, Vegan Soap, Handmade Soap

Reviewed by jtmissjules
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 31, 2017
Very responsive and my cousin loved the items!
Bath and Body Gift Set - FREE SHIPPING

Reviewed by GiaJa
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 17, 2017
Soap, Body Butter, and Sugar Scrub Gift Set

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Additional policies

I strive to use primarily natural, cruelty-free products in my soaps. All of my scented soaps use either essential oils or high-quality fragrance (phthalate free) oils from reputable vendors. Most of my soaps are vegan, however a few use honey (Oatmeal Honey Soap), and my lotion bars contain beeswax.

Palm oil is a somewhat hot button issue, so I make sure to purchase palm oil only from reputable vendors who source their palm oil from participants in the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).

Generally speaking, I use mica and iron oxides, ultramarines, and titanium dioxide to color my soaps (along with other natural colorants like coffee, calendula petals, etc.). Iron oxides are naturally occurring, however, when found in nature they contain impurities that would be dangerous. Oxides used in cosmetics are "nature identical" which means it has the same structural components, but is created in a lab to ensure the product is free of impurities. Because the term "all natural" is not regulated, it is up to each individual to determine what they consider natural. Oxides are generally recognized as being a natural product.

Every once in a while I like to experiment with colorants that might not be considered "all natural." I always include full ingredient lists on both the item description and on the soap packaging. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!
I strive to use primarily natural, cruelty-free products in my soaps. All of my scented soaps use either essential oils or high-quality fragrance (phthalate free) oils from reputable vendors. Most of my soaps are vegan, however a few use honey (Oatmeal Honey Soap), and my lotion bars contain beeswax.

Palm oil is a somewhat hot button issue, so I make sure to purchase palm oil only from reputable vendors who source their palm oil from participants in the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).

Generally speaking, I use mica and iron oxides, ultramarines, and titanium dioxide to color my soaps (along with other natural colorants like coffee, calendula petals, etc.). Iron oxides are naturally occurring, however, when found in nature they contain impurities that would be dangerous. Oxides used in cosmetics are "nature identical" which means it has the same structural components, but is created in a lab to ensure the product is free of impurities. Because the term "all natural" is not regulated, it is up to each individual to determine what they consider natural. Oxides are generally recognized as being a natural product.

Every once in a while I like to experiment with colorants that might not be considered "all natural." I always include full ingredient lists on both the item description and on the soap packaging. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!

Oatmeal Honey Soap - Handmade Soap, Cold Process Soap, Homemade Soap, Exfoliating Soap, Gifts for Her, Gifts for Him, Just Because, Gifts

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Handmade Almond Milk, Organic Honey, Ground Oats, Avocado Oil, Fragrance Oil, Oats
  • Feedback: 96 reviews
  • Favorited by: 75 people
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