Black Sage Soap
Black sage is one of my absolute favorite plants with abundant uses. From an herbal perspective this is one of our most beneficial allies. The scientific name for black sage is Salvia mellifera. Salvia = savior and it was a sign of a healer to have sage planted outside their home.
Black sage is an extremely aromatic plant that grows in abundance in my area. It is sacred and has many useful benefits both physically and emotionally. I find it to be extremely uplifting but at the same time, grounding. I wanted to make a soap that could offer connection with the hills of chaparral and sagebrush.
Each bar is hand-crafted with love. Your bar may have slight variations from the one pictured.
Directions: Lather between hands or washcloth, gently rub on face and body. Avoid contact with eyes. Gentle enough for daily use.
Approx 5oz | 141g
K E Y I N G R E D I E N T S
Black sage: Long used by indigenous peoples for spiritual and medicinal purposes. This sage is one of the darkest and most aromatic of all species. Astringent, antiseptic, antimicrobial and a nervine (soothing to the nerves). Associated with air and Jupiter.
Sage essential oil: reputed to eliminate toxins, provide relief to minor skin abrasions, diminish the appearance of blemishes, and address stretch marks, sores, and swelling. Its moisturizing and conditioning properties help soothe dryness and irritation.
All of my products are made with the finest ethically wildcrafted or chemical/pesticide free botanicals and oils. I craft in a way that resonates with my love for this planet, opting for small artisan batched products.
Full List of Ingredients: Saponified oils of Cocos nuciferas (Coconut) oil, Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil, Elaeis guineensis (Sustainable Palm), Salvia mellifera (black sage) hydrosol, proprietary blend of 100% essential oils, may contain organic herbs or spices and earth clays
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