Cedarwood Bar Soap, flat lay. Reddish orange soap on green background.
Cedarwood Bar Soap, bar resting on hand. Reddish orange soap on green background.
Cedarwood Bar Soap, close up of edge. Reddish orange soap on green background.
Cedarwood Bar Soap, angle.  Reddish orange soap on green background.
All six soap varieties on an array of colored paper.
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Cedarwood Bar

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Toledo Soap Co. - small batch soap, handmade in the Glass City. 

 

Firm and long-lasting, these bars create a delightfully bubbly lather. Softly scented, they will release the spicy, woodsy aroma of cedarwood oil upon use. The color for this bar is achieved with a finely milled, cosmetic-grade red clay from Brazil. It is fairly traded and sourced through a small distributer with close ties to Brazil and the villages from whence it comes. Rich and earthy, it makes a perfect color pairing for the warm cedarwood aroma. It might just lead you to believe you're suddenly breathing deeply in the middle of a forest. 

INGREDIENTS:  A gentle handcrafted soap, it is made with organic extra virgin olive oil, organic and sustainably sourced coconut oil, sodium hydroxide*, organic atlas cedarwood essential oil, and red Brazilian clay. Each bar is hand cut to approximately 3.5 ounces (100g).

As simple and sustainable as possible is the goal of Toledo Soap Co. 

Hope you enjoy!

 

*sodium hydroxide (lye), is the magic that turns oils into soap. Through a process called saponification, the lye and oils mix to form an entirely new substance - soap! None of the lye is left after the saponification process is finished. In fact, I add additional amounts of oils to my recipe to create a bar that is gentle and hydrating.