Rootbeer Soap | Creamy Rootbeer Handmade Soap | Star Anise and Vanilla Bar Soap Made in Canada

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Our Rootbeer soap features the spicy-sweet scent of star anise essential oil and the creamy scent of vanilla bean. A delicious bar soap that will make you crave a rootbeer float. One of our most popular bars, this activated charcoal soap can help remove bacteria from your pores and leave your skin feeling soft. 

➺ Coloured with activated charcoal to detoxify your skin
➺ Scented with essential oil & paraben-free, phthalate-free fragrance and essential oil
➺ Natural swirls throughout
➺ Always preservative & sulphate-free
 Approximately 30+ washes per bar

All of our soaps are made and cut by hand in Canada. Each batch is unique and no matter which bar you choose, you will be raising the bar on your personal care. Partial proceeds from each bar soap purchase is donated to Canadian organizations that support women in need. 

Using the old-fashioned cold process method, your vegan soap is made with high quality natural ingredients, including oils and butters such as olive, coconut and shea, with the addition of a detoxifying kaolin clay that gently exfoliates and removes impurities without removing your skin's natural oils. Each bar is cured for at least 5 weeks to create a long-lasting, mlid soap. One perfect bar for head to toe!

Each bar of soap is approx. 130 g.

Ingredients: Aqua, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Olea Europaea (Olive Oil), Sodium Hydroxide (Lye), Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Oil), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Ricinus Communis (Castor Oil), parfum (paraben/phthalate-free), Sodium lactate, Kaolin, Illicium Verum Fruit Extract, Activated Charcoal

To get the most out of your bar soap, let it dry between uses. Store your bar on a tray or dish with good drainage, out of the direct stream of water.