Da33caa0-51cf-44e8-ad3a-ec36ec3a19ec Soap - Liquid Household Foaming Soap, Classic Lard, Unscented
Grower: Solace Farm
Price: $12.00 ( 32 oz )
%> Available (Exact): 3

Handmade liquid soap, from scratch! This is a concentrated liquid lard soap, made here on the farm from hand-rendered lard courtesy of Cove Creek Farm.  This handmade soap is 80% local lard and 20% coconut oil, which adds extra cleaning power and lather.  My bar lard soap has gotten great reviews, so I've simply converted the same recipe to liquid form for those of you that prefer the convenience of liquid over bar soap. I love that I can make a great soap mostly from local ingredients sourced right here in Tennessee – most of my other soap ingredients come from halfway around the world, so I'm excited that I can reduce my (and therefore your) carbon footprint and source most of this soap locally!  Lard soap is surprisingly moisturizing and gentle on skin. While lard soap often has a reputation for being harsh or rough on skin, that is largely because many years ago, lye was not consistently refined, and people didn't use precision measurements.  Today, with 100% pure lye and a digital scale, lard makes a beautiful soap, very hard and long-lasting, with good cleaning power, while being surprisingly gentle and great for skin. I have gotten great reviews about how wonderful this soap is on skin - gentle, moisturizing, cleansing, and no residue! I make this soap very concentrated, so it will work well in the foaming pump dispensers - if you want to use it in the standard squirt-pump bottle, you'd probably prefer the thickened "creamy" version (also here on the market) - without the thickening agent (simply table salt!!) it tends to splatter a bit. Since this is concentrated, you can dilute it further, "to taste", but it will be very thin, and may not work in the foaming pump as well.   This is sold as a refill for your existing foaming-pump bottle, it is packaged in a re-purposed plastic bottle that I received sodium hydroxide (lye) in for soap-making. The bottle has been thoroughly washed, and holds 32 oz of soap. Once you're finished with the bottle, I'd love to have it back to continue it's useful life - just return it the the farmer's market - or I hope you either recycle it, or re-purpose it again - I use dozens of these in my kitchen for storing grains, beans, flour, nut-meal, seeds etc, they're such a great size and fit well in a kitchen cabinet!  To learn more about me, my goats, our farm here in Tennessee, or how I make my soap, stop by my blog or check out our new Instagram account and see what’s going on on the farm!