Handcrafted Artisan soaps & Sea Salt Spa Soaps handcrafted in small batches using all-natural ingredients, butters, herbs and spices in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.
Flower Power Soap
Flower Power Soap
I'm not usually a fan of floral scents in cosmetics. They're usually too sweet, too obnoxious and just too, too much. I do, however, LOVE the smell of our jasmine bushes every spring and purple happens to be my favorite color so I set out to create a soap to embody the spirit of spring and blossoms.
Our Flower Power Soap is the perfect harmonious blend of rose geranium, lavender and ylang-ylang essential oils. Subtle and flowery, just perfect for a spring morning or year round.
All of our products are: Natural * Eco Friendly * Paraben Free * Decadent * Handmade in Vermont using solar power
This soap is made with lard & tallow (beef and pig fat) - which doesn't quite sound that sexy but both make for amazing soap with their skin friendly properties. Here's a cool article that explains why using lard/tallow just makes sense and helps reduce waste.
Ingredients: Adeps Suillus (lard), Sodium Tallowate Adeps Bovis (beef tallow), Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, aqua (water), Sodium Hydroxide*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Pelargonium Roseum Asperum (Geranium) Oil, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Oil, Pink and Purple Australian Clay.
We did, however, listen to our vegan friends and created an equally mild, skin loving and all around awesome vegan version of this soap. Note that the lead time for this soap is 6 weeks to allow the soap time to cure & harden.
Every single one of our artisan soaps is handcrafted from scratch using our own recipes, made in small batches right here in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains.
We use only natural, skin-loving oils, fats and butters, organic whenever possible. At North Country Soapworks, we support fellow local businesses and try to source locally as much as we can. We only use pure essential oils, natural plant-based colorants, herbs and cosmetic grade clays. We never use premade soap bases, detergents, preservatives, sulfates, synthetic ingredients, mineral oils, micas, dioxides or any other synthetic garbage.
Each handmade bar may vary slightly in shape and color and vary in appearance from what you see on this page.
PLEASE NOTE: Handmade soap will last a long time if allowed to dry between uses. To extend your soap's life, use a draining soap dish and keep it away from direct streams of water.
*Lye is used to turn oils into soap - this process is called saponification. All soaps are made with lye (if they're not made with lye, they're not "soap" but technically a "detergent"). No lye remains in the final end product.