Wild Rose contains delicate pink rose petals that grow wild here in Taos. Each summer we go out to various spots to pluck the fresh petals. It becomes almost like a meditation, with the sun shining down and the hot summer breeze blowing by.
We use activated charcoal in our Wild Rose bars to color it black. Activated charcoal is known to be absorbing and remove impurities.
Our wild rose bar is our most popular bar for the face thanks to the activated charcoal found within. These soaps contain wild rose petals that we pick during the summer months. Oddly enough, we found that these roses turn bluish black when infused into our soap, so the charcoal not only accentuates that natural occurrence, but also makes it a great choice to help absorb oils, greases & makeup. The soap turns out a beautiful charcoal black hue and will rinse off easily as you wash.
Ingredients: saponified coconut, palm & safflower oils, glycerin, water, local wild rose petals, Turkish Rose essential oil, activated charcoal, sorbitol
Wild Rose Soap contains wild rose petals that we pick each summer around our home and the mountains of Taos. These petals are so fragrant, delicate and can vary in color and size depending on where they grow. They range from a soft pink to a strong magenta. Wild Roses grow all over the Rockies and produce rose hips in the late summer.