Rosie is the perfect compliment to the facial soaps in the Barn Cat collection. Rosie is geared towards dry and/or mature skin that needs a little more love and moisturizing properties. Rosie is full of rosehip seed oil which is wonderful for dry skin and rosehip seed powder which gives the bar a pink and orange hue and adds to the wonderful moisturizing properties. While Bright charcoal soap is great for oily skin, and Katie Cole is great for exfoliation, Rosie speaks the language of drier skin. Use Rosie in combination with the other Barn Cat facial soaps depending on how your skin in behaving that day! Rosie is scented with Rose Quartz fragrance oil which is a bright, citrus floral scent.
*Note from the maker: My skin tends to lean on the normal to dry side, especially when the weather transitions. I like to alternate between Rosie and Katie Cole which I find to be the best combination for me. If I start noticing some breakouts I will use Bright for a few days with lots of moisturizer after.
Rosie is getting a face lift! Just as with the shampoo bars, facial bars are moving up in size. The soap itself is the same skin loving recipe, but in a different shape and packaging. New pictures are coming shortly, but the larger size bars are 3.5 ounces, instead of 2.5(ish) pictured.
Ingredients include: Olive oil, water, coconut oil, sustainably sourced palm oil, lye (no lye present in the final bar), castor oil, sweet almond oil, rosehip seed oil, rosehip seed powder and fragrance.
All of my soaps are extremely skin loving, with a high percentage of olive oil, specifically for its 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. 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. My packing fill is often old newspapers, or shipping padding I have received myself.