Friday, August 6, 2010
This bar produces a creamy lather and contains a generous amount of pure tea tree oil. Tea tree oil is often regarded as having anti-fungal and antibiotic properties, but you should always consult a doctor or knowledgeable herbalist before using any oils to treat a medical condition.
Although I didn't originally make this bar to be a shampoo bar, I use it regularly on my hair and it makes it soft and shiny. It also seems to help with any dandruff I might have.
4-4.5 ounces and measures 3.5 x 2.25 x 1 inch. I hand cut the bars, so expect some variation in the shape.
I wrap my soaps in cloth making them great for gifts without any additional packaging. The colors and patterns of the cloth may vary from what's pictured.
Ingredients: Soybean oil, Green Tea, Olive oil, Coconut
Oil, Sodium hydroxide, Tea tree oil, Castor oil,
Oatmeal, Vitamin E oil, Grapefruit seed extract
Warnings: Please read the ingredient list carefully if you have allergies.
If you need more than what I have listed, please contact me.
**Note: All Texas sales will be subject to an 8.25% sales tax**
Please read my shop policies page for my policies and shipping info.
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