This soap has a light, calming, herbal scent. It lathers well, and it looks like this bar will last awhile. I have been storing the soaps I use in small, plastic, lidded containers on the outside side of my tub to keep them away from the shower spray. They make a room smell so nice! This soap also soothes a skin irritation that comes and goes that I have on the top of my foot for which I have tried just about every anti-itching cream that is on the market. Having ditched them all for being a waste of time and money, as well as being loaded with toxic chemicals, I now use only witch hazel for this irritation. (I have also noticed that tea tree oil is good for itching.) Being in a hot shower usually starts the itching up again. This soap immediately calms it. What a great soap! Natural is best! I feel like a kid in a candy store trying all of the Wild Soaps I recently purchased. It is such fun, and so rewarding! I discovered them on the Eco Candles website. As I'm someone who is always washing my hands, I am strongly considering purchasing the odds and ends set of soaps, and eventually ditching store soap altogether. Store soap is not cheap anymore, by the way, and there are not as many brands as there used to be it seems. I now just mainly use bar soap for washing my hands. It is less irritating than that in containers. I was looking at a label of some off-brand, hand soap I purchased quite some time ago, and I simply could not believe what I found on the label. It was the worst one I have ever seen. I bought it when hand soap was scarce, and I was also lured in by the lemon verbena on the label. (My "favorite" labels - and I'm being sarcastic here - are those that say "no parabens, no this, no that, and approved by so and so," in big letters on the front, and when you read the fine print on the back, you see that is simply not true.) That container soap will be going out with the next trash. Our skin is considered to be the largest organ of our body. Anything you put on it goes directly into your body. Natural is best! I love Wild Soaps made in Texas, USA!:)
What else can I say other than after the first bar I’ve never even tried anything else and probably never will !!
I first found this soap in Terlingua while on a West Texas/Big Bend road trip. I bought a single bar of the Desert Sage because it smelled like the park and I figured it would be a nice souvenir. Once I got home to Colorado and used it for the first time, I was hooked. The sage smell brings me back to our campsite on the Rio Grande every time I use it, plus it feels great on my dry, sensitive skin. The sage smells lingers in the best way possible, it's totally gender neutral, and I feel like it keeps me smelling fresh, longer (dirty hippie here: I don't shower every day and typically skip deodorant). I was SO sad when that first bar ran out, and was so relieved to find Wild Soap online. The free bar that comes with larger orders is such a treat, too! Will continue to order this until I'm back in Texas and can stock up in person.
You will live this soap. So Fresh a joy for the morning shower. Order was processed and received very quickly
On a road trip driving through New Mexico, a brief stop at the Capulin Volcano (well worth the visit) we came across this amazing smelling soap in the visitor center / gift shop. Now we are on 3rd round of soaps from AWSB. Every flavor we have tried so far is my favorite. This year it will be included with our Christmas gist to friends. Keep up the good work.
I discovered this soap in April 2020. My hands were raw from washing and nothing seemed work or last. After a week of using the soap at least twice a day everything healed and no more pain or bleeding. Best ever