Michigan is affectionately called the "Third Coast" for it's miles of shoreline. This soap is reminiscent of our Great Lakes with layers of sand, lake and waves. The scent is described as a blend of frosty florals, a puff of the North wind, great glaciers and a slight note of evergreen. In other words, Michigan.
Because these are hand cut, bars will vary in weight but each are at least 3.5 oz. (99g)
Ingredients: saponified olive oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, shea butter and castor oil, sweet almond oil, fragrance, ground walnut shells, color
Third Coast Soap
All of my soap is made using the "Cold Process" method. In this method, fats are mixed with an alkali (sodium hydroxide) that produces a chemical reaction causing saponification. During this reaction the fats are turned in to soap. It is a centuries old method of soap making and is actually the very definition of soap. The soap you buy in the store is usually not really soap but rather a detergent made by mixing chemical compounds in a mixer.