- Fragrance: wild mint
- Color & Pattern: Every felted soap is unique! The one you receive may not match what you see in the image.
- Weight: approximately 4 oz
- Origin: Kitsap County, Washington State, USA
Our beautiful and invigorating Wild Mint felted soap is handmade in small batches near Port Gamble, Washington. The underlying soap is locally handcrafted by the cold process method and cut by hand. We then wrap each bar in sheep wool and felt it to provide a built-in wash cloth. The fragrance was inspired by the mint that grows wild in Kitsap County Washington, where we make our home.
***The price shown is for a single Wild Mint felted soap.***
When in use, the soap lathers up through the felted wool. After each use, squeeze excess water from the soap and allow it to dry on a draining soap dish or rack. Allowing the soap to dry between uses will make it last much longer and keep it fresh and fragrant. The wool will shrink as the soap diminishes, and when the soap is gone you can rinse the remaining soap residue from the shrunken wool (it's fine to run it through a washing machine), and use it as a cleaning pad.
Each felted wool soap varies in color and pattern and may not match what you see in the image. You may request a color in the comments section when you check out and we'll do our best to accommodate you. Each bar is approximately 4 ounces and 4" x 2 3/4", although shape and size will vary a bit.
About the brand: Salish Sea Fiber Arts is our brand for the felted items we create in-house, including our wholesale felted soap. We named it for the Salish Sea, the beautiful and wild body of water that Port Gamble is located on.
Ingredients: saponified oils of coconut, olive, RSPO certified sustainably grown palm, palm shortening, castor, shea butter, and organic sunflower. Essential oils of eucalyptus, rosemary, peppermint, and spearmint, zinc oxide (natural pigment), titanium dioxide (natural pigment), ultramarine oxide (natural pigment), stearic acid (vegetable derived), vegetable glycerin, water, sheep wool.