Smells Like Snozzberries Soap (Such And Such Farm)
Violet and Blueberry
What kind of psychopath is Willy Wonka? Giving a 12 year old kid a multimillion dollar enterprise. Also, I'm pretty sure he killed those other kids on tour. They're dead now. And don't get me started on Grandpa Joe! Laying in that bed for YEARS only to get up and dance as soon as Charlie gets a come up. You've got to be kidding me!
Ingredients: Lard, Wild Violet Infused Coconut OIl, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Fragrance
Benefits of Lard Soap
Lard soap creates a soft, creamy lather that helps to moisturize the skin. Our skin cell membranes are made up of saturated fats, just like those found in lard. This makes for a gentle and nurturing soap versus soap that is made up of solely plant based oils (like olive oil or almond oil). Additionally, the lard makes for a harder and therefore longer lasting bar so you can feel confident using this in the shower or kitchen/bathroom soap dish.
Using lard in our soaps is a sustainable practice. This way we can ensure that every part of our pig is going to use, not just the meat. We can turn what would otherwise be a waste into a useful product that not only smells good but will make you feel good too!
Such and Such Farm soaps are made with farm-made ingredients and botanicals. They save the fat from their pigs and take the time to render it into lard. They handmilk their goats every morning for fresh, creamy milk. Then they grow or forage herbs, plant and vegetables. And finally, they infuse those botanicals into teas, oils or mix them directly into the soap. Each bar of soap comes from a small batch, made by their farm and made by hand.