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4 Bar Natural Soap Gift Set with Soap Saver Great Christmas, Housewarming, Thank you, Or Teacher’s Gift $15.95
Gary Yund Sr posted 275 days ago to their For the home postboard.
Our beautifully packaged natural soap gift set is ready to ship for any occasion, baby shower, Mother’s Day, Christmas, birthday, retirement, Father’s Day, teachers gift, a simple thank you and even Ground Hog Day! Soaps are all natural and made here in our shop, even the wood crate we make.* Soaps are individually wrapped to give the strongest scent upon arrival. We have 4 full bath bars and along with our soap saver. If you are sending directly as a gift we can include a handwritten note, please leave a message as to what you would like to say and of course no invoice. Special orders and prices available upon request. Scents: Evergreen Lavender Green Tea and Lemon Citrus Cedar and Sage Orange Hibiscus You are purchasing 4 bars and soap saver. Natural Cedar Wood Handcrafted Soap Saver / Soap Deck - Our handcrafted simple wooden soap deck is designed so that you get the most out of your handmade bar of soap. Slotted soap dishes will double the life of your handcrafted cold process soaps by allowing air flow under and around the bar. No more mushy soap. They work well with all store bought bar soaps too. Our soap savers have a generous size to fit your soap. Every piece is hand sanded, hand rubbed, and hand packed ready for your bath or kitchen. Made here in the USA. To further add to the life of your soap saver we have hand rubbed it with beeswax and mineral oil. PLEASE NOTE: Handmade soaps will last a long time if kept dry between uses. Check out our soap saver that allows soaps to drain and dry. They are handmade from wood which in part absorbs moisture. Our Handmade Soaps, and other handmade products, contain NO genetically modified oils (GMO). Buy with confidence, you are not supporting the "engineered food industry". Soap makers that use conventional soybean oil and/or corn oil are not only using inferior oils, but are also supporting an industry that gen
Gary Yund Sr 275 days ago

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