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Fresh Prints will give you the kickstart you need in the morning. Made with the finest essential oils of Peppermint, Bergamot and Rosemary it will cleanse you from even the dirtiest of nights out.
Should Last: 1 Month (If dried correctly in-between showers)
The base oil used in all Urban Swagman soaps. Olive Oil adds all of the base properties to a good bar of soap - Hardness, Lather, Cleanliness, Nourishment and Moisture.
Adds a major amount of Hardness and Cleanliness to the bars of soap.
Adds Hardness and Moisture to the bar. Amazing for your skin.
Deluxe ingredient that is properly fantastic for your skin. It doesn't react much with lye, so you get the full benefit of the shea butter.
Massive Moisture. Fights against the dry feeling that other commercial soap bars give you.
All about the Lather! Castor oil give the soap a strong, fluffy and stable lather so you know the soap is working.
<b>Sweet Almond Oil</b>
Adds to a stable Lather, Conditioning qualities and a healthy hit of Moisture to the soap.
<b>Peppermint Essential Oil</b>
Peppermint gives your skin the tingles, promotes circulation helps to wake up your senses.
<b>Bergamot Essential Oil</b>
Extracted from the skin of the citrus fruit, bergamot essential oil helps to relax the body and inject some well-needed happiness to you first thing in the morning.
<b>Rosemary Essential Oil</b>
Provides the soap a strong, fresh, woody scent. Stimulates hair growth, helps scrub away the stank from last night and gives you the fresh start you deserve.
Natural soap bars contain no preservatives or chemicals, so care must be taken to get the most life out of them.
Run over body once or twice to begin lathering process. Continue to lather with hands to give your soap bars more longevity.
Use of a wooden soap-saver is essential to adding life to your bars. Wooden soap-savers can increase the life of your natural soap bars by up to 100% as they allow the soap to fully dry out in-between showers.
Avoid porcelain soap holders. They are a one-way ticket to Slopsville.