Salty Mariner Handcrafted Soap
Handcrafted Small Batch Soap
Vegan, eco-conscious, and SLS, phthalate, & sulfate free.
Color: Blue and white.
Fragrance: Salty marine notes and fresh rain mingle with lily of the valley, jasmine, leafy greens, pine and musk. A lighter fragrance, unisex.
$9 — available on subscription
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Ingredients & Details:
This bar is made with our most popular soap base – Cococado! (Coconut-Avocado, Cococado, get it?) Loaded with skin-loving ingredients, and made by hand from scratch in small batches right here on our farm in Central Florida.
Cococado is a decadently luxurious bar of soap with a creamy, rich lather, and available in a wide range of fragrance options.
Vegan, eco-conscious, and SLS, phthalate & sulfate free.
Made with our own formula, extensively tested on a wide range of skin types to be cleansing but not drying. A lovely blend of Coconut oil, Avocado oil, and RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm oil. You won’t find this soap anywhere else – and we list our ingredients to prove it.
Comes sealed in biodegradable shrink wrap.
Bar weight: 4.6oz
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, RSPO Certified Sustainable Palm Oil, Avocado Oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide (used to turn the oils into fat), fragrance (phthalate free), white kaolin clay, sodium lactate (humectant, longer lasting bar), sodium citrate (natural soap scum preventative made from citrus fruit), sodium gluconate (natural soap scum preventative made from sugar, plus nicer lather in hard water), colorants (skin safe micas.).
I am loving my new soap. It lathers so nicely without drying out the skin. Definitely will be buying again! I am giving it 5
Stars but one star isn’t right
The soaps I ordered were beautifully packaged (to preserve scent as well) smelled like heaven and were lovely to use.
i've tried but there just isn't a better soap you can buy anywhere. even expensive fancy shop soap doesn't compare. Im guessing its the coconut / avocado oil combo Abby uses. The lather is so foamy and creamy. It's also just so important that we start to support artisans like Abby instead of companies who only care about money.