Lavender Woods Bastille Soap is made with just a handful of ingredients and features a mild floral and woodsy scent. Bastille bars are great soaps for those with skin conditions or sensitivity!
Lavender Woods Bastille Soap Bar from MW Soapworks
Introducing another palm-free option to our little soap shop! My Lavender Woods Bastille Soap is made with just a handful of ingredients and features a mild floral and woodsy scent. This is a fantastic option for those with sensitive skin!
What’s so special about a Bastille bar? While Castile soap is made with 100% olive oil, a Bastille bar is made of at least 70% olive oil with other oils and butters making up for the rest of the recipe. With the high olive oil content, these bars make for an extremely gentle soap.
I chose to formulate my recipe with just olive oil and coconut oil as my base oils, which means these soaps will also be a great choice for people looking for moisturizing, palm oil-free soaps. I only ever use sustainably sourced palm in my soaps but I know some people try to avoid it altogether and want you all to have more options!
As always, use a draining soap dish to keep your soaps dry between uses and to give them a long happy life! 🌿
This soap is made using a wooden mold using the traditional cold process soap method. We always make our soaps in small batches to ensure quality and never put anything in our soaps that we wouldn´t happily put on our skins ourselves. Each batch is tested and approved!
Each bar weighs approximately 4 to 4.5 ounces.
This soap is scented with pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils.
As this is a homemade soap and at the mercy of the chemical process of soapmaking, each batch may vary slightly in color.
Handmade soaps will last longer if kept dry between uses. Use a draining soap dish with your handmade, natural soaps to prolong their life!
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Lye, Lavender Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil, Brazilian Purple Clay
- Store Name: MW Soapworks
- Vendor: Andrea Lawson
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