the essential oil used in this soap is called Amyris. It is sometimes called “west indian sandalwood” or “poor man’s sandalwood”. Not truly sandalwood oil but smells very similar with a slight peppery undertone. Amyris is said to help with dry skin. No color added. The pink tone of this soap is from the addition of rose clay, also skin soothing.
(pictured is our own retail bars of soap sold in our aromaG’s store)
BAR size: These are unwrapped bars of soap. Each bar is approximately 1 inch thick x 2.5 inches tall x 3 inches wide and weigh between 3.7 and 4 ounces when fully cured.
soap loaves measure at 11.5″ long, 3″ wide and approx 2.5″ high. With the width we choose to cut our own soaps, we get a return of 10 bars per loaf that weigh in around 3.8 – 4 ounces per bar, depending on the formula and botanical contents.
each soap LOAF was cut from a larger BLOCK of soap. A soap BLOCK is 3 loaves of soap that has not been cut into loaves. Soap BLOCKS measure 11.5″ x 9″ x 2.5″ high. Soap blocks give you greater freedom in choosing how to cut your soap into BARS to create your company’s own, unique size of soap. Soap BLOCKS cost around 10% less than buying three loaves.
saponified oils of palm, olive, coconut & shea butter.
Essential oils: Amyris (a.k.a. poor man’s sandalwood).
Botanicals: rose clay.