Olive Oil Bar Soap
Black Soap with Charcoal & Patchouli – Activated charcoal draws out oils from the skin, making this an excellent complexion soap. Scented with an earthy blend of patchouli and lime essential oil.Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, charcoal, and essential oils.
Citrus Coriander – A bright duo of coriander and citrus essential oils, awakening and uplifting. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter and essential oils.
Clary Sage with Dill – The scent of this soap is clean, earthy, and bright. It's worth mentioning that smelling clary sage essential oil is known to induce euphoria. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, dill weed, and essential oils.
Saltwater – An essential oil blend creates a scent reminiscent of the ocean. Made with salt and nori. Contrary to popular belief this is not an exfoliating soap; though the salt conditions the water as you shower and creates a creamy and unique lather. Contains saponified oils of olive, coconut, and castor, with shea butter, salt, nori, and essential oils.
About Saipua: Saipua is home to the creative practices of artist and educator Sarah Ryhanen and her network of collaborators and co-conspirators. Saipua began in 2006 with a Brooklyn studio devoted to the dual crafts of flower arranging and soap-making (Saipua means “soap” in Finnish, a nod to Sarah's heritage and the tradition of Sauna). Through her floral practice, Sarah has cultivated a distinct aesthetic, inspiring a broad movement in floral design. Saipua's work has adorned weddings worldwide, runway shows, and collaborations with artists and organizations. Over the years Saipua has developed into a dynamic consortium of creative endeavors; cultivating products, spaces, educational programing, and experiences that foster and encourage more intimate and provocative connections to the natural world. The Farm at Worlds End, founded in 2011, has become the current headquarters of the Saipua team.