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Hydrangea & Roses Goat Milk

Hydrangea & Roses Goat Milk

Regular price $6.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $6.95 USD
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Coconut Oil, Canola Oil, Soybean Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Water, Sodium Hydroxide Lye, Olive Pomace Oil, Sunflower Oil Goat's Milk, Ground Oatmeal, Rose Petals, Fragrance


  The jasmine-like, sweetly scent will perfume an entire room


Coconut Oil Canola Oil Soybean Oil Organic Shea Butter Water Sodium Hydroxide (Lye) Olive Pomace Oi Sunflower Oil fragrance Color

Certain soap loaves may include any of the following: Fragrance, Sea
Salt, Juniper Berries, Goat's Milk, Greek Yogurt, Colorant, Ground
Oatmeal, Sea Salt, Activated Charcoal

How to use

Wet cloth or sponge

Rub over soap to make a lather

Apply lather to body

Rinse well

Discontinue use if irritation occurs.


Shipping Policy:

We strive to ship all orders within 2-3 business days excluding Sunday.  During peak selling days, such as Christmas, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, etc, we may take up to 5 days, depending on orders.  We appreciate your support of our business and your understanding.

Return policy

Due to Covid and its many variations, returns are not accepted.

Our personal care items are handmade products that cannot be sanitized and
returned to the shelf.

If breakage occurs in shipping, please send us a picture and I'll be happy
to work with you on a resolution of a credit or refund.

Our shipping department takes great pride in ensuring the correct items are
packaged correctly and carefully.  If your order is not correct, please
notify us within 24 hrs of receipt, and we will be happy to resolve this
unfortunate situation.

Key Ingredients

Coconut Oil Canola Oil Soybean Oil Organic Shea Butter Water Sodium Hydroxide (Lye) Olive Pomace Oil Sunflower Oil

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Thanks for choosing LET'S SOAP

The Let's Soap Brand was started as a summer project to keep my granddaughter, MS. E occupied during her summer break. She learned how to calculate ingredients (math), how to label (creativity) and price. Sourcing only the finest ingredients and having a little fun, she hopes to add more over the year.