Once a year, the Skagit Valley explodes with rows and rows of beautiful blooming tulips and daffodils. Our wonderful valley is known for the colorful blooms and welcomes thousands of visitors a year to gawk at, photograph, and purchase tulips, their bulbs, and wonderful local tulip art. I am delighted to be making the official soap of the 2023 Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, modelled after tulips found on the official poster!
These tulip guest soaps are approx. 2 oz, shaped like a beautiful Skagit grown tulip, and the perfect size for gifts, hand soaps, and mother's day gifts. They are scented with a lovely light floral scent. These are always the most popular soaps at the street fair, and are also popular with local businesses to carry in store. Additionally, each soap is packaged in eco-friendly kraft trays, which are compostable, and the labels are 100% post consumer waste paper.
They of course contains wonderful skin loving oils and butters such as shea butter and olive oil. Ingredients include: Olive oil, water, coconut oil, sustainably sourced palm oil, lye (no lye present in the final bar), castor oil, shea butter, sweet almond oil, fragrances and micas.
All of my soaps are extremely skin loving, with a high percentage of olive oil, specifically for it's fabulous moisturizing properties!
Care: To extend the life of your soap, make sure it sits in a draining soap dish and is allowed to dry completely between uses. See my other listings for soap dishes.
Note: I make all of my soaps by hand in small batches. Because of this, their color or design may vary slightly from batch to batch. All of my soaps are made by hand in small batches in my studio in Washington's Skagit Valley. I try to bring my love and respect for nature to every product that I make, including using post consumer waste, recycled, reusable or recyclable packaging and labels whenever possible.
Not exactly what you're looking for? Contact me about custom orders!