Modest Proposal Soap

Functional and Fragrance Free

While you hopefully make meals a bit more palatable than those of Jonathan Swift’s infamous gentleman, you still may find that your hands are left with some unsavory smells.  Remove those with this coffee based scrubbing soap!

This vegan soap is made from the same base as the Jane Soap, but I have substituted extra-strength coffee for the pure distilled water. The coffee is what gives this soap its rich deep color and creamy nutty smell. More importantly, coffee is a smell neutralizer.  This soap will remove the smell of garlic, onions, or fish from your hands after cooking without making you smell like a barista in return.

The addition of fresh coffee grounds adds exfoliation to this bar, making is even better at removing the mess that cooking can leave behind on your hands and under your nails.  The moisturizing properties of the bar mean that you can wash as frequently as you need without worrying about drying out your skin and the caffeine from the coffee acts as a topical antioxidant.

I always keep a bar on my kitchen sink and I’ve found that one bar will last quite a long time.  Since it is not being used on my whole body in the shower, it does not get used up as quickly.  As always, keep this soap on a draining dish to dry it out between uses.

Each bar weighs approximately 4.5 oz. and can be purchased through my store.

Best For: All Skin Types

Ingredients: Saponified vegetable oils (organic soybean oil, organic coconut oil, organic olive oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide), coffee grounds.

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