Indigo with Goat Milk
"Indigo, a plant that produces a blue dye, was an important part of South Carolina's eighteenth-century economy. It was grown commercially from 1747 to 1800 and was second only to rice in export value. Carolina indigo was the fifth most valuable commodity exported by Britain's mainland colonies and was England's primary source of blue dye in the late colonial era." ~ South Carolina Encyclopedia.
Enjoy the crisp and refreshing scent of clean cotton as you lather up with this soap!
Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Fresh Goat Milk, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, Sodium Lactate, Silk Fibers, Titanium Dioxide, Fluorphlogopite, Ultramarine Blue, Tin Dioxide.