Copy of Moth & Moon Apothecary - Hygge

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Hygge

Cedarwood, Vanilla Tonka, Sandalwood, Amber & Cocoa Butter

Moth & Moon Apothecary is a female owned small business specializing in divine beauty and living with intention. From the way they live their lives in the Cascade Foothills of Oregon, to the handcrafted small batch decadent soaps, they utilize herbs, plant oils, and butters that are all sustainably sourced. These gorgeous paraben, sulfate, and cruelty-free soaps are all contained in compostable/recyclable packaging.
"We believe in saying yes to the ritual of self-care and self-love". 

This cold-processed soap contains:

KEY INGREDIENTS:

ASHWAGANDHA EXTRACT - aids in the production of skin-enriching compounds like hyaluronan, elastin and collagen.
HOLY BASIL EXTRACT - rich in vitamin c and anti-inflammatory to help reduce irritation.
LICORICE ROOT EXTRACT - rich in anti-oxidants with anti-aging benefits.
UNREFINED SHEA BUTTER - sourced from Ghana and full of fatty acids that soften skin.
OLIVE OIL - rich in vitamin e, perfect for nourishing your skin.
CLAY - we like to add extra, and then a little more for the silkiest and creamiest lather.

WHAT’S INSIDE:

olea europaea (olive) fruit oil*°, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, elaeis guineensis (palm) oil*°†, butyrospermum parkii (unrefined shea) butter°^^, sodium hydroxide**, helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil*,oryza sativa (rice bran) oil°, ricinus communis (castor) seed oil°, theobroma cacao (cocoa) butter, kaolin (clay)†, kaolin (rose clay)†, juniperus virginiana (cedarwood) oil, fragrance (natural), santalum album (sandalwood) oil, dipteryx odorata (tonka) seed oil, withania somnifera (ashwagandha) root extract*, ocimum tenuflorum (holy basil) leaf extract*�, glycyrrhiza glabra (licorice) root extract*, titanium dioxide, carbon (activated bamboo charcoal)

*organic †sustainably sourced °non-gmo
^wild crafted ^^wild harvested from ghana
**none remains after saponification

4.5 oz bar

Made by Moth & Moon Apothecary in Oregon