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Organic Balsam Fir Soap

$7.00

Balsam Fir Soap - make with pure essential oil blend of conifers. 

Clean, fresh, true essential oil of Balsam Fir in a soap! 

I spent hours doing market research and came across Thymes Douglas Fir. Smells really good, but it isn't the real deal essential oil of Fir with the inherent beneficial properties attributed to this family of essential oils. It also did not smell like the true balsam fir trees we have had for Christmas trees over the years.  It was and is a blend of synthetic fragrances that contain phthalates. I knew I had to make a soap to match our Men's Fresh Day line of products - and it turned out even better than I had hoped. I really do think you will like it and it will be part of our Holiday lineup of products.

An addition to our handmade, hand-cut soap, using the same 100% certified organic ingredients of extra virgin olive oil, shea butter (30%!) and coconut oil which makes for a luxurious, lather loaded soap that makes skin hydrated all day. Mix and match this soap with our other Balsam Fir men's products.

Our oils and butters are certified organic through QAI.

See our Balsam Fir aftershave, hand and body cream, deodorant powder, or discounted gift sets to mix and match

 

Pure essential oils used in this soap include organic Balsam Fir, Siberian Fir, Scotch Pine and Himalayan Cedarwood.

True balsam fir essential oil in a soap

We spent a week (well almost and our first vacation in 7years - check it out on our Facebook page) at a lake in Minnesota this September (2012) and there were fir trees all around our deck that overlooked the lake. I experienced the most amazing calm and peacefulness and I could not stop smelling the air! I attributed it at first to the beautiful view of the lake and then remembered my research into the essential oil that exudes from these trees. Interestingly enough, I was also reading Kurt Schnaubelt's new book, The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils, at the same time where he discusses some studies done on loggers. So - I knew then that I had to make a soap using fir needle. I ended up working with two different types of fir needle and I added some certified organic Scotch Pine and Himalayan Cedarwood to round out the scent. It really did turn out every bit as good as I had hoped! I really think you will like this one.

True balsam fir essential oil in a soap!

Certified organic shea butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Saponified oils of Certified organic coconut oil (Cocos nucifera),  Certified organic olive oil (Olea europaea) wild-crafted essential oils of Balsam Fir (Abies balsamea), White Fir (Abies alba),  certified organic Scotch Pine (Pinus sylvestris) and Himalayan Cedarwood (Cedrus deodora).

Our coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil and shea butter are certified organic through QAI.

Real balsam fir essential oil in an organic soap

This is such a nice blend of essential oils, but everyone is different and we know that there are those of us with tender, delicate and sensitive skin and there are those who could use pine tar without problems (well, maybe not). I love this soap and use it liberally. With the high percentage of certified organic oils and shea butter, this soap will have a greater degree of moisturizing, protecting and hydrating properties. But please use a soap dish container that has drainage holes - this will assure that this already very hard, long-lasting bar of soap will last much longer.

Organic Balsam Fir Soap

We would very much appreciate any testimonials on feedback from those who have tried this very nice, luxurious bar of organic soap. Please feel free to leave a comment on our Facebook page here. Thank you!