I’ve been meaning to create some felted soap for awhile and now I have the time. This Garibaldi Felted Soap 6 was inspired by the fish I’ve seen while snorkeling out at the Channel Islands. It’s something I call a Soap in a Blanket.
I made this with my Gardenia Silk Soap. And the reason I call it a soap in a blanket is because I use wool to wrap the bar and decorate it. So not only does it look nice and unique, but the soap lasts longer. It’s also a good at exfoliator, sloughing off dead skin cells and leaving your skin soft and renewed.
And when the soap is gone, you can use it as a scrubbing pad. In addition, the wool doesn’t hold any bacteria so it stays clean and free of mold.
All my felted soaps come with a wooden soap dish.
Word to the wise: Don’t let this soap sit in water or be in a direct stream of the shower, or it will just melt away.
Gardenia Silk Soap Ingredients
Distilled water, Olive oil (Olea europaea), Coconut oil (Cocos nucifera), Palm oil (Elaeis guineensis), Sodium hydroxide, high oleic sunflower oil (Helianthus annuus), Castor oil (Ricinus communis), Fragrance, Kaolin clay, and Tussah silk.
Just so much fun – this soap felted is very nice. Not to rough on skin and suds up just fine. I’m on my second bar.