More about The Heirloom Face Soap Bar
A limited edition bar – full of antioxidant goodness and naturally colored by an assortment of heirloom tomatoes from one of our favorite farmers market farmers. (Youngs Farm in Old Brookville, NY shares their market discards with the Queen Bee).
Made with a high percentage of olive oil, these bars take a long time to cure – they just get better with time! These bars have aged for 6 months!
INGREDIENTS for The Heirloom
Extra virgin olive oil, organic heirloom tomato puree; distilled water; coconut oil, sodium hydroxide; cocoa butter; sweet almond oil; rose kaolin clay; organic lemon peel powder; essential oils of orange, litsea cubea, and patchouli.
How to Use:
Use warm water to start a lather between your hands; apply to face and gently work in circles. Rinse with warm water. Pat dry.
Frequently asked questions
Q: How should I store my Heirloom Face Soap Bar?
A: We always recommend a good soap dish. That means good drainage to keep your bar dry in between use. A soap lift can help.
Q: Is it safe to use my Face Soap on my whole body?
Yes, all our soaps are safe for the whole body.
Q: I have sensitive skin. Is The Heirloom Face Soap good for me?
Yes. The predominant oil in The Heirloom is extra virgin olive oil and the long curing time makes it very mild for sensitive skin.
Q: Which is better for my face: Goats milk soap or soaps made with olive oil?
A: We have always thought olive oil soaps are the best soaps for your skin, but there is growing support for shea butter as a wonderful plant oil for your skin. We make our Lavender Goat Milk bars with both olive oil and shea butter, with a rich goats milk base. You may also enjoy unscented Cleopatra Bars, made with goat milk, oats, honey and olive oil.