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These SOAPS are Part of our fARMERS mARKET lINE and are UNSCENTED

Our sEAMOSS + tURMERIC sOAP bARS are a real treat for your skin! Loaded with Real tURMERIC, iRISH sEA mOSS, aLOE vERA, cOCONUT mILK, mINERAL mUD cLAYS and luxurious oils.. This is a lovely soap that will keep your skin clean, clear and hydrated. Produces A lovely thick foam-like lather!


Made with Skin Quenching ingredients. Use daily to combat unpleasant skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, skin rashes, sores, dryness and even oiliness.

We add REAL Fruit, Milks, Butters and Vegetables and hERBAL iNFUSIONS to our Soap Blends for the extra special skin benefits of Mother Nature. This soap is fantastic as a facial soap. Can be used as a Shampoo Bar or an overall body soap. It is extremely gentle yet effective. We age our soaps 3 months to a year for the best bar! Lather is so rich and creamy! Try one today!

Part of our sEAMOSS sOAP Collection!

This Soap contains hIGH qUALITY iRISH sEA mOSS, wHOLE pUREED tURMERIC, aLOE vERA, cOCOBUTTER, sHEA bUTTER, cOCONUT mILK and yOGURT for its amazing skin loving qualities.

Use daily to combat unpleasant skin conditions such as acne, psoriasis, skin rashes, sores, dryness and even oiliness. Leaves your skin soft and without stripping off your skin’s natural oils which may lead to premature aging.


Storage? My best suggested method for storing uRBAN wHIP sOAP bARS, is out in the open where air can circulate around the bar. This helps the bar to re-harden completely between uses, increasing the amount of uses you will get out of each bar

Ingredients: Irish Sea mOSS, Aloe Vera, tURMERIC rOOT, Creme Fraiche (Buttermilk, Yogurt + Heavy Cream Whipped to perfection!), Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Coconut Milk, cOCOA bUTTER, sHEA bUTTER, Mulberry Silk, Kaolin Clay, Brazilian Clay and Bentonite Clay

Please note that due to the handmade nature of this soap, color shades and swirl styles may slightly vary. Each soap bar is unique!


sEAMOSS - Sea moss is an Irish red seaweed that grows abundantly on the Atlantic shoreline of Ireland. A type of algae, it also goes by the name of Chondrus Crispus.

Sea moss or Irish moss (Chondrus Crispus extract) is an algae, a red seaweed that is found in deep water and is subjected to extreme conditions

Being rich in sulfur, it has antibacterial, antiviral and antimicrobial functions, so is believed to help with balancing the skin microbiome. The high sulfur content also can decrease the excessive production of sebum (oil) in the skin.

Irish moss also contains 15 of the 18 essential elements that make up the human body. This includes, but is not limited to, calcium, sulfur, magnesium, potassium, vitamin A and vitamin K—all ingredients that help reduce wrinkles, hydrate the skin, and protect from environmental elements.


tURMERIC with its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-everything properties is the way to go if you want to achieve head-to-toe radiance. It’s all thanks to the compound curcumin, a type of polyphenol (a potent antioxidant that contains so many skin-enhancing properties).

Turmeric is Antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties may help prevent breakouts or reduce existing ones.

tURMERIC's properties help to brighten dark undereye circles to bring out your natural glow.

This golden root helps diminish the appearance of wrinkles, keeps skin supple and improves skin’s elasticity.


Long before it was added to our lattes, turmeric was used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine (as a treatment for inflammatory conditions) and heralded for its use in cooking and beauty rituals around the world. Coming from the ginger family, this spice was used daily in India for at least 6000 years as a cooking spice, perfume, textile dye, for medicine and yes, for beauty! By 800 A.D., the trade of turmeric had spread across Asia, including China, and across the African continent. By the 18th century, turmeric spread to Jamaica and other tropical locations.

This multi-purpose spice was incorporated into all aspects of life, from cooking to ceremonies. In India, turmeric was used as a coloring agent and a culinary ingredient in India, used in not only curries, but in lentil and meat dishes, chutneys, relishes and soups.

It is also an ingredient in many vegetable dishes, like gobi sabji, or steamed cauliflower, and meat dishes, like turmeric chicken and rice. It can also be mixed with scrambled eggs. The yellow spice is also used in some varieties of garam masala, a spice mix that is almost as ubiquitous as curry in Indian cuisine.

Developing religious significance in India, spices like turmeric were burned as incense in ceremonies believed to send prayers and cleanse the air. And even to this day, Indian brides and grooms are ritually covered in a turmeric paste for a pre-ceremony glow. In some parts of Asia, people adorn themselves with a turmeric rhizome root as an amulet to ward away negative energy.

Arab traders first introduced this exotic spice to Europe during the 13th century. Marco Polo, trading along the great Silk Road, was so impressed by turmeric that he noted it down in his writings, famously mistaking it as a vegetable and comparing its bright color to saffron. The spice is now referred to as “Indian saffron” because of this incident, even though turmeric is actually a root.

Clearly, this well-travelled historic spice was used for all sorts of purposes. But what many don’t know is that it gains most of its healing powers from its concentration of curcumin, a super powerful antioxidant.
These Soap Bars are naturally scented and contain no fragrance oils.

This Listing is for One 5oz Bar of SOAP

Maximum quantity available reached.

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