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No. 11: Devotion™ [Lavender Alkanet Soap, 5.5 oz] More coming July 4!

SKU# 12-1007

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$5.00

Quick Overview

  • All natural, handmade olive oil soap, scented with pure, aromatherapeutic grade lavendin oil.
  • Lavendin is a hybrid of English and Portuguese lavender.
  • Castor oil gives a boost of lather and gentle conditioning.
  • Colored with alkanet root, a natural colorant made of dried Bugloss plant root. 
  • Lavender contains richly aromatic esters that contribute tonic and antispasmodic properties
  • Lavender is naturally antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory and has been used to promote respiratory relief.
  • Current batch features a cream colored background with swirls of heathered purple alkanet throughout.
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Historical Significance

Throughout their travels, the crew of the HMS Helvetica has employed various methods of encryption and coding to ensure messages travel secretly and securely. It seems only natural then, that they would be drawn to the peculiar Victorian system of Floriography, a secret language which assigns particular meanings to flowers to communicate that which cannot be spoken.

Lavender, which signifies devotion, was chosen by The Soap Alchemist to represent the devotion of the Captain, crew and herself to their mission of seeking out the best natural soap ingredients, and sharing them with the universe. Expertly blended with alkanet root to create gorgeous ribbons of swirls, this natural olive oil soap features exfoliating lavender buds, loads of creamy lather and nostalgically beautiful lavender scent.

Specifications
Formula No. 011
Scent Lavender Soap
Ingredients Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, Water (Aqua), Sustainable Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Lavendula Hybrida Grosso (Lavendin) Oil, Alkanna Tinctoria (Alkanet) Root Powder, Lavendula Augustifolia (Lavender) Flower.

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