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KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom
Swan Song Provisions

KATERI lard soap - Sweet gum & Linden blossom

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Old fashioned, cold process lard soap, from my "soaping with Saints" series, borne of my love of history, theology, inspiring women, and faith.

 

Kateri (Saint Kateri Tekakwitha) - Sweet gum & Linden blossom. Delicate and fresh, yet earthy and sweet. Heavenly. St. Kateri Tekakwitha is the first Native American to be recognized as a saint by the Catholic Church. She was born in 1656, in the Mohawk village of Ossernenon. Her mother was an Algonquin, who was captured by the Mohawks and who took a Mohawk chief for her husband. (Learn more)


Size: 4 oz net weight

Ingredients: Lard, Castor Oil, Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance (Unless unscented "Maria" soap)

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My aesthetic for this year's range of soaps is simple, elegant, fragrant. Lard soaps yield a gentle cleansing action, soft and creamy lather and a bar that is hard and long-lasting. All soaps are hand poured, trimmed, beveled and polished during the curing process. All bars have natural variation in finish and color due to the nature of being handcrafted.

My soaps are farm-crafted from lard we render on-site, from our own free ranging rare breed Kunekune pigs. Old fashioned lard soap is made through a cold process, using lye, which creates a chemical reaction between the fat, yielding... soap. Contrary to popular belief, lye soap isn't harsh. Soap that is properly cured will not be drying or irritating to the skin. Lard is a fat most similar to the sebum produced by our own skin, making it gentle and suitable for sensitive or dry skin. Learn more about the history of lard's uses, and why it fell out of favor for cooking and personal care products.