Bay Laurel Bar Soap
with Camellia Seed Oil
Organic olive oil is infused with wildcrafted California laurel leaf and blended with bay laurel essential oil to melt away dirt, leaving your skin feeling refreshed and clean.
Bay laurel essential oil smells amazing in a hot shower and is traditionally used to soothe overworked muscles and clear congestion.
Plantain leaf is excellent at calming skin irritations, while French green and kaolin clays absorb impurities and excess oil to provide a deep yet gentle cleanse.
Coconut milk provides a creamy lather and is wonderfully hydrating for all skin types, and camellia seed oil helps lock that hydration in.
This well balanced, mildly scented bar soap is deodorizing, moisturizing, and wonderful for all skin types.
Key Essential Oils: Laurus nobilis (Bay Laurel), Citrus sinensis (Sweet Orange)
Qualities: Invigorating, deodorizing, moisturizing
Best For: All skin types
Net Weight: Approx. 6oz/170g
*Certified organic ingredient
To get the most out of your bar, wet skin, then work the soap up into a gentle lather ~ turn the water off and let the beneficial oils and nourishing botanicals soak into your skin for a few moments before rinsing it all off.
You can also use these soaps with your skin brush or washcloth for a beautiful cleanse.
To use as a shampoo bar, first get hair and scalp good and wet. Next, work up a lather in your hands then massage that lather into your scalp. If you have the time turn off the water and the lather soak in to your scalp for a minute or two. Rinse thoroughly with clear, cool water. Condition and style as you normally would.
Keep soap dry between uses for a longer lasting bar.
Bar soap will last several years if kept wrapped and in a cool dark dry place.
Our 6oz bar soap usually provides a month of daily showers.
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This has such a silky feel to it, and I love the design! My bar looks like a local mountain, Mt Tam. The scent is just right and I am loving the way my skin feels after using it in the shower.
It's pleasant, but I was hoping for a stronger bay laurel fragrance, like walking through a bay laurel grove on a Peninsula trail. I like the more fragrant and less expensive Cedar/Sandalwood and Cardamon/Vetiver soaps better.
Thank you so much for your feedback. You are absolutely right in noticing that the Bay Laurel is one of our lighter scents. The bay laurel essential oil is delicately scented, where as the cedar and vetiver essential oils have much more gravity with greater presence. These differences are some of the wonderful surprises working with essential rather than synthetic perfume oils! That being said, we would be happy to swap your bay laurel if you would rather have a heavier scented bar. Just send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.