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Blue Ribbon Beer Soap by Rinse Bath & Body
Blue Ribbon Beer Soap
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Yes, we said Beer Soap! And yes, these soaps really do have beer in them (& we're pretty sure you can probably guess what beer we used in the Blue Ribbon soap). Beer is known to be an anti-inflammatory if applied topically to the skin. And in the soap, the beer gives the soap a great thick & creamy lather.
Beer soaps are perfect for both beer & soap enthusiasts alike. They also make a unique gift for those hard to buy for guys in your life.
Blue Ribbon - Like we said, we're pretty sure you can figure out what not-so craft beer this one has in it, but we don't want to ruin the fun so we aren't going to say. The scent of the Blue Ribbon soap is the most, well, beery of the bunch. You can definitely pick-up on the hops & beer can smell. Contains a saponified blend of Beer, Shea & Cocoa Butters, Olive, Refined Sweet Almond, High Oleic Sunflower, Coconut Oil, & responsibly sourced Palm Kernel Oil along with Fragrance Oils.
We make our soaps from scratch the same way grandma did (with the exception of digital scales & refined ingredients) & each ingredient in our bars has a purpose. Our soaps lather well (really because we're lather kinda people) & will clean your skin without leaving you with that dry, tight, alligator skin feeling. Because our soaps are made the old-fashioned way, each bar retains the glycerin that is naturally produced in the soap making process.
approx. 4.0 oz
- Cut your soap in half & it will last longer. Don't let your bar sit in a puddle or sit in the constant flow of water.
But never fear, the soaps have 0% alcohol by volume once the beer goes through the soapmaking process (which includes boiling the beer & then freezing it).
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