The Junction : Body + Face Soap is a handcrafted soap bar inspired by the Toronto's always cool, village-in-the-city, our favourite neighbourhood, The Junction. What makes the Junction unique is the presence of railways and the nostalgic industorial ambiance. The soap is topped with purple clay marble soap and bamboo charcoal confetti to represent railway track ballast. The Junction-inspired scent is a natural essential oil blend of fresh citrus top notes, sweet and relaxing woody base notes. Fresh, a bit fruity and a bit sweet but there is a hint of warmth to it.
This soap is formulated with extra virgin olive oil and organic coconut oil, enriched with nourishing and moisturizing unrefined shea butter and Ricebran oil. All of our soaps are cold processed and handcrafted in small batches to ensure their maximum benefits for your skin.
You will receive one (1) bar weighs approximately 4 oz/112 g and is sized at 3-3/8" x 2-3/8" x 1" approximately. Each bar is hand-poured, hand-cut and no two are alike. They are minimally wrapped in a recycled paper label.
Handcrafted soaps are high in glycerin. Glycerin attracts water (hence its moisturizing effect) therefore our soaps should not be left sitting in water, as it will cause them to melt. To extend the life of your soap, please use a well-draining soap dish to ensure your soap dries completely after each use.
Ingredients: extra virgin olive oil, distilled water, organic coconut oil, rice bran oil, sodium hydroxide (used for the saponification process and none remains in the final product), organic shea butter, castor oil; essential oils of cajeput, cedarwood, litsea cubeba and ylang ylang; French grey sea salt, Brazilian purple clay, activated charcoal powder, alkanet root powder, rosemary leaf extract
* This soap contains NO synthetic chemicals such as: sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), detergent, preservatives, fragrance oil, paraben, phthalate, alcohol, urea, silicone, synthetic colorant, EDTA, TEA, and DEA.
* Palm oil is not used for this product for environmental concerns.