Piazza Blue Soap
A 2016 article from Charleston Magazine explains that 'Piazza' is a 17th century Italian term meaning 'open space'. "The idea that piazza ceilings were painted light blue due to the Gullah belief that the color warded off evil spirits (or "haints") is more fable than fact". "Piazza Blue" likely resulted from a desire to use a light, reflective hue to visually open the enclosed space, coupled with the availability of blue dye made from the indigo plant - a prized commodity in 18th century Charleston." This soap has a sweet magnolia scent.
Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Tallow, Sunflower Oil, Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Magnolia Fragrance Oil, Sodium Lactate, Titanium Dioxide, Mica Colorants.