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Pineapple Express Artisan Soap

Pineapple Express Artisan Soap

Regular price $7.95 CAD
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Also called an atmospheric river, the Pineapple Express occurs when warm tropical breezes blow up from the Pacific Ocean to meet an arctic front in the Pacific Northwest, causing precipitation that feels like you'll be buried in snowdrifts for the rest of your existence. If you can catch your breathe between the enormous snowflakes, you might sniff the tropical fruits on this weather phenomenon. Fresh pineapple and coconut blended in this soap keep you thinking of warmer climes when the snow outside is frightful.

As always, we are palm FREE, sustainably handcrafted in Canada using Canadian ingredients. Our products feel silky on your skin and are safe for the earth! Formulated with citric acid to reduce soap scum in your bath or shower.

Ingredients

Sodium lardate, sodium cocoate, sodium olivate, sodium mangoate, sodium avocadoate, sodium castorate, sodium pomegranate, sodium citrate, sodium lactate, parfum, mica

Weight & Dimensions

All our soaps weigh 130 grams minimum

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  • PALM OIL FREE

    Harvesting palm oil contributes to deforestation which is destroying biodiverse forests and the habitats of endangered animals. We never use palm oil!

  • SUSTAINABLE

    We take pride in producing quality products while maintaining a minimal impact on the earth for future generations.

  • ECO FRIENDLY

    Here at 6K Soap we love the earth! We are conscious of our resources and use compostable, recycleable packaging whenever possible.

  • HOMEGROWN INGREDIENTS

    Combining our passions for farming and soap making allows us to use our homegrown ingredients first. We are committed to sustainable ingredients. 

  • SULFATE FREE

    Sulfates are modern cleaning agents used in soap and shampoo to create lather which strips the skin and is harmful to marine life. We use gentle sulfate-free cleansers to maintain natural oil barriers on the body which are harmless to aquatics.

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