Salish Sea Thunderbird Potlatch Series - RavenSong Soap
Thunderbird is a legendary being of the We Wai Kai people. It is a symbol of power and strength and is depicted in their art, songs and oral history. This luxury bar is scented with sacred Cedarwood to help soothe the body and mind while our triple milk blend moisturizes and protects.
RavenSong humbly acknowledges that we live, work and play on the traditional, ancestral territory of the We Wai Kai and We Wai Kai First Nations who have had a relationship with this land since time immemorial. This luxury bar is my tribute to their land and our relationship.
*All soaps have been individually handcrafted so variance in pattern, color and design are expected; giving each one its own unique design and character.
|Dimensions||8 × 7 × 2.5 cm|
Use daily as needed – rinse well and gently pat dry. For external use only. For all skin types.
Use a draining soap dish or soap saver between uses to get the longest life out of your artisan bar.
Saponified oils/butters of: coconut oil, almond oil, sustainable palm, Organic Shea butter, triple milk blend, white kaolin clay, activated charcoal, mica and pure essential oils of Cedarwood.
Our luxury artisan soaps are made entirely by hand in small batches in the cold process tradition. This ancient method allows us to choose each premium ingredient to suit a particular skin care benefit or desired scent.
We begin with luxurious natural ingredients such as shea butter, cocoa butter, mango butter, olive oil, almond oil, goat’s milk, coconut milk, buttermilk, organic yogurt and other top, food quality delights. Other skin loving additives like oatmeal, botanicals, beeswax, therapeutic clays, organic flax, raw honey, activated charcoal and sea salt have been added to nourish your skin and sooth your soul.
Every creation is made by hand, from hand stirring and blending, to pouring, cutting, trimming and packaging. Each batch takes approximately 3-4 hours from start to finish then “put to bed” for at least 24 hours. Each batch is hand cut and then cured for a minimum of 4 weeks to give you a hard, long-lasting, gentle bar.