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Wild Lather Milford Sound ~ Minty Cypress + Charcoal

Inspired by New Zealand's glacier-carved fiords, this foresty activated bamboo charcoal triangle will wake and refresh while drawing impurities from the skin

With notes of frosted conifer and minty herbal tea, the cooling essential oils of wild lavender, organic cypress leaf, and organic peppermint contrast the steam from your bath like a geothermal hot spring in the winter ~

Saponified Organic Shea Butter, California Olive Oil, Fair Trade Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Camellia Oil, and Organic Castor Oil; Kaolin Clay; A Unique Blend of Steam-Distilled Essential Oils* 

*Organic or Sustainably Wild Harvested

Vegan | Palm-Free | Cruelty-Free

3.0+ oz / 85+ g

We are proud to source Séka Hills Olive Oil for all our soaps ~ Produced by the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation in Capay Valley, CA

Additional Ingredients:

Kaolin Clay: All of our batches contain a rich swirl of this gently exfoliating mineral

Activated Bamboo Charcoal: Another gentle exfoliant known for its powerful ability to draw impurities out of the skin

  • RITUAL

    Lather up + breathe deeply

    Our small batch soaps are handcrafted and air-cured for one month. This time-honored method means triangles may vary in look. Please allow your soap to fully dry in between uses for a longer life span

     Use for full-body bathing, shaving, face wash, sustainable travel, and more. We also recommend keeping among your clothing or linens before use. Everyone will want to smell you ♡

     

    We had no idea that the journey to Milford Sound was as iconic as the destination itself. Located in Fiordland National Park, our two hour alpine drive from Te Anau was an adrenaline rush. It was the first week of fall in New Zealand and there had been a snow storm the day before making our early morning trip one filled with snow covered glaciers, deep blue ice, and slick, winding highways. Milford Sound's waterfalls took our breath away. This triangle reflects the image of the water cascading down the rainforest's steep cliffs