Desert Chaparral (Creosote) Cold Process Soap
Chaparral is a desert shrub that grows in Mexico and the southwestern United States.
Also known as the Creosote bush, chaparral has a unique fragrance that is very strong. Those of us in Arizona know it by the odor in the air after a desert rain. Mexican herbalists have long valued chaparral for treating eczema and other skin conditions.
This chaparral was harvested right here in Arizona, dried, and then infused in olive oil over the course of eight weeks. It joins forces with hemp seed oil, and grass-fed and grass-finished tallow. This soap also packs in local aloe vera (harvested right in my own backyard) as well as raw milk - rich in conjugated linoleic acid and healthy fats.
The soap is unscented but smells like desert chaparral - a unique smell, for those of us in Arizona. It gives those of us who appreciate the desert a reminder of the beauty we have here in our own backyard.
Ingredients Include: distilled water, raw milk, coconut oil, grass-fed and finished beef tallow, lye, chaparral infused olive oil, unrefined organic shea butter, organic hemp seed oil, avocado oil, castor oil, wildcrafted creosote, aloe vera, kaolin clay, sodium lactate.
Net Weight: 4-5 oz.