Now this soap cake could be mistaken for food, especially those little pieces of caramel on top, so keep an eye on the kids, including the big kids.
People often ask how to use soap cakes. It’s very simple, cut it to size. (See below).
Dulce Caramelo. The irresistible scent of dulce de leche blended artfully with creamy caramel. .
Base: Coconut Oil, Water, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Avocado Oil, Organic Shea Butter, Canola Oil, Buttermilk, Fragrance, Castor Oil, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Lactate, Black Cumin Seed Oil, Tussa Silk, Skin safe colorants.
Frosting: Organic Coconut Oil, Canola Oil, Water, Castor Oil, Buttermilk, Cocoa Butter, Kaolin Clay, Tussah Silk, Skin safe colorants.
Each bar weighs approximately 3.5 ounces
Dulce Caramelo Soap Cake | 3.5 ozs
Due to the glycerin naturally produced in soap, it draws moisture to itself, AKA it is a humectant. This means making sure that it has the chance to dry out when not in use. Please do not leave it sitting in a puddle of water when you have finished your bath or shower.
To get that extra mile, I have found that rubbing the soap onto a wash cloth makes it last a lot longer, which took a bit of training as I used to lather the soap directly on my skin.