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Ginger Lime Uncured Soap Log

Ginger Lime Uncured Soap Log
Ginger Lime Uncured Soap Log
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Ginger Lime Uncured Goat Milk Soap Log
This goat milk soap log weighs between 1.5 and 2 pounds depending on how old it is (the longer it ages and cures, the lighter it gets). It measures approximately 9" long by 3.5 inches wide and 1.75 inches high. The log is equivalent to 5 1/4 full size bars of soap.

Each natural and yellow log is scented with ginger and lime essential oils. It is one of our mildly scented goat milk soaps.

"Zing! You just took a sniff of your ginger lime soap and your senses are dazzled by this bright, refreshing fragrance. It's cool, it's tangy, it's calling your nose for another sniff. You can't resist so you bring it to your nose and... zing! It's as wonderful as you thought it was. Ginger lime is a favorite with noses everywhere. Zing!"

This soap is not ready to use when you receive it!

You will need to cut the log once it arrives and allow the individual pieces to cure for 4-6 weeks before using. If you use the soap before this curing period completes, it will not last very long at all.

Please understand that we are not able to cut the log for you. If you are unable to cut it - please purchase our pre-cut bars.

Note: We may need to cut your log in order to fit it into a smaller box to save on shipping.

Soap logs are not returnable if you do not like the scent or if it is dented during shipping.

Available Ginger Lime Goat Milk Soap Sizes:
Full bar $6.50
Half bar $3.95
Travel bar $2.15
Bulk 5 $30 (8% discount)
Bulk 10 $58.50 (10% discount)
Uncured Log $30 (12% discount)

Ingredients Raw goat milk; Saponified natural fats, coconut oil, sunflower oil; Essential oils; Natural color.
Warning: People with allergies should test the soap on small area of skin & stop using if irritation occurs.
Market price: $34.13
Our price: $30.00
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