Fraser Fir Handcrafted Soap
Handcrafted Small Batch Soap
Vegan, eco-conscious, and SLS, phthalate, & sulfate free.
Color: A snow-capped mountain landscape with the deep green tree line in the front and blue sky above. Each bar is one of a kind.
Fragrance: If you enjoy the smell of holiday trees, but want something with a little more complexity and nuance (and that opens on skin to something almost indescribable) give Fraser Fir a try. It opens with classic fir notes, and then brings forward a sweet mix of wild berry, pineapple, pacific breeze, silver fir, blue spruce, plumeria, and musk.
Velvety, long-lasting lather that takes gentle to a whole new level – even on super sensitive skin.
Availability: 22 in stock
Not only does the Fraiser Fir soap smell better than the expensive candles I buy for my wife every year, it’s more useful too! Will buy again.
I love this one. I'm partial to outdoorsy smells, but a lot of the time they just smell like Pine Sol (which is a good smell... for cleaning my house). This is just lightly piney, and absolutely perfect.
Avocado oil is traditionally used in soap making to increase the skin conditioning properties, and for a creamier lather. Avocado oil also has as a high content of vitamin A, D and E.
Coconut oil is a soapmaking favorite! It contributes an abundance of fluffy lather, even in the hardest of water.
Palm Oil has a slippery history, but RSPO certified palm oil helps protect the rainforests and farmer’s livelihoods, while also helping your bar last much longer in your shower.
Kaolin clay adds a little slip to your lather so your washcloth glides over your skin, while also helping the fragrance last longer in your bar.
Sodium hydroxide – often called lye – is the magic-maker in cold process soap. It’s what’s responsible for taking all those oils and turning them into soap. We formulate our soap so there’s no lye left in our bars.
Sodum Lactate is considered a humectant, which means it draws water to it, but in soap making, it helps firm up bars so they don’t crack and last longer in your shower. It’s made from fermenting corn and beets, which we think is pretty cool.
Sodium Citrate is one of two ingredients we use to counter hard water. Sodium Citrate helps balance the pH of our bars and softens the water a bit so the lather washes right off – taking the minerals that cause that hard water film on your skin with it.
Sodium Gluconate is one of two ingredients we use to counter hard water. Sodium Gluconate helps bind up some of the minerals that make water hard so the lather washes right off – taking the minerals that cause that hard water film on your skin with it. It does double duty as a gentle natural preservative, too.
Our fragrances are phthalate free and skin safe, always. We often blend our own with essential oils safe for skin. Our fragrance free bar is just that: no fragrance added at all.
We love color, but we understand that you don’t want to step out of the shower looking like a cartoon character. We use skin-safe, cosmetic-grade mica and pigments, activated charcoal. and natural clays in all our soaps.