Wilderness Soap has a refreshing, uplifting aroma created from the two essential oils, Siberian fir and Marjoram.
We think this has a manly smell to it.
It was created after a request to have biodegradable soap from someone who enjoys being out in the wilderness. So a little research was needed to find out more!
What makes biodegradable soap?
Biodegradable soap is NOT biodegradable when it ends up in a river, stream, or lake. It requires soil for it to breakdown properly.
Be sure soap is phosphate free, use soap sparingly and do all washing, bathing or cleaning at least 200ft away from any water sources.
Dispose of soapy wash and rinse water into a cat hole 6 inch deep to allow bacteria in the soil to completely biodegrade the soap.
Having looked into this and the requirements needed, we made the Wilderness Soap.
The cheapest and easiest way to keep clean when in the wilderness is to wash thoroughly with traditional soap and water. Soap bars are more environmentally friendly due to both ingredients and minimal packaging. And the easiest way to find out if something is eco friendly and natural is to check ingredients or ask the supplier.
All our natural soaps are biodegradable, safe to use, and eco friendly when used in the wilderness using the safe method of disposing of dirty water.
This soap can also be used at home not just in the wilderness.
Wilderness is dedicated to the man who asked the question which inspired me to find out more.
All soaps are handmade and hand cut, estimated 70g or more
Ingredients:Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Sweet Almondate, Sodium Castorate, Sodium Ricebranate, Sodum Shea Butterate, Sodium Hempseedate, Sodium Cocoa Butterate, Aqua, Glycerin, Magnesium Sulfate (Epsom salts) Sodium Chloride (Himalayan salt) Montmorillonite / Illite green clay (cosmetic grade) Abies Sibirica Needle (fir) oil, Origanum Majorana (Marjoram) Leaf oil, Geraniol, Linalool, Limonene