Apricot Kernel & Kokum Butter
Arizona is home to 22 federally recognized tribes and every one of them has some sort of shapeshifter legend. The most popular is the Skinwalker found in the Navajo culture.
The Navajo word for skin-walker is "yee-naaldlooshii", which translates to: "by means of it, it goes on all fours".
In some cultures, shapeshifting is a way to "train our egos to let go and become shapeless" so that we can take on the qualities of our chosen animal. This is often a process that occurs during Native American song, dance, war ceremonies, and hunting rituals.
Like all things, there are many nefarious legends of skinwalkers and shapeshifters, but we wanted to represent it as something much more literal - actual shapes.
This is a simple and fun design, not nearly as complex as the legends of shapeshifters!
The scent we chose is a gentle white tea and berry blend that offers a fruity scent with broader hints of a delicious white tea.
The super nourishing, skin-loving kokum butters, and organic apricot kernel and olive oils help to moisturize and condition your skin. even on the driest of days.
distilled water | saponified oils of olea europaea (olive) fruit | elaeis guineensis (palm)** | cocos nucifera (coconut) | prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel | garcinia indica seed (kokum) butter | ricinus (castor) communis seed | premium fragrance | premium mica colorants | kaolin clay
**RSPO Sustainably Sourced Palm Oil (RSPO)
- All soaps are handmade in small batches with pure, natural, high quality ingredients so the color and look of this soap varies slightly from batch to batch.
- These bars of soap are hand cut and weigh approx. 3.5 - 4 ozs
- Product may differ slightly in appearance and color between each batch and/or bar.
- For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.