Pomegranates are bright, juicy and mysterious to me. The tree closest to us grows literally a few steps away from the entrance, and here I watched for the first time in my life how red flowers blossom on it, the fruit sets and fills up.

Of course, I couldn't help making soap with pomegranate juice. The base oils are more than half a combination of shea, cocoa, olive EV, for gentleness and caring properties. The rich fragrance has an oriental mystique with sandalwood, geranium and a dash of patchouli.

Ingredients: Made with pomegranate juice, saponified shea, olive, palm, coconut, cocoa and castor oils, with beeswax, sandalwood, geranium and patchouli essential oils. In the transparent part additionally tincture of roots of marena dye, glycerin, sorbitol.

Weight: 100 g +/- 10 g.

The weight of the piece at the time of cutting, as gradually natural soap becomes lighter, but at the same time harder and more economical to use.

Store in a dark, non-heated place until use. Soap can be naturally scented in a dresser drawer or on a closet shelf. The fragrance and color may fade over time, but the soap's cleansing and caring properties only get brighter.

Our soap is packaged in paper that I color with plants myself.
Do not wrap it in polyethylene or cellophane, it is alive and must breathe.