Tahquamenon Woods Bar Soap
Smells Like: aged teakwood. gardenia. toasted coconut. vanilla.
niagara falls, shmiagara falls... been there, done that. What you really need is a good long hike through the woods surrounding America’s third largest waterfall, Tahquamenon Falls. from the rusty tannins in the water to the lush green of the treeline surrounding the falls, this is nature in its purest form. remind yourself of its majesty every day by lathering up with a bar of Tahquamenon Woods soap.
Use it For: relaxing showers. face wash. hand soap. washing away the sweat from your hike.
- olive oil (olea europaea)
- coconut oil (cocos nucifera)
- water (aqua)
- sustainable palm oil (elaeis guineensis)
- sodium hydroxide (lye)
- castor oil (ricinus communis)
- shea butter (butyrospermum parkii)
- fragrance (parfum)
- iron oxide
- bamboo charcoal
What makes Cellar Door so special?
All soaps are vegan, FD&C dye-free, phthalate & paragon free, lye free. Instead, what goes into them is a blend of 5 plant-based oils, mineral based pigments for color and essential oils for fragrance and therapeutic benefits.
Made in Plymouth, MI.