Tuesday, May 12, 2015

A Wild Soap Bar Review and Giveaway! Ends TONIGHT!




If you're like me, you are NOT into chemically-manufactured soaps. Unpronounceable ingredients, warning labels, and astringents that leave your skin feeling stripped of moisture.

No, that's definitely not for me.

I want natural soap. I want a soap that a human has created from natural, organic ingredients.  That's why I have been a fan of  A Wild Soap Bar since I discovered them back in 2011.

The creators at A Wild Soap Bar are dedicated to making soaps that not only clean, but soothe and calm the skin. These are natural soaps.  The owners have studied natural ingredients and crafted soaps for over 20 years. You may rest assured that you are not buying those fake soaps that contains synthetic materials, harsh detergents, or petrol-based chemicals.

A couple of weeks ago, I was blessed to receive a few bars to review.  Happy Husband and I were both delighted.





The first soap we tried was the Castile Olive Oil soap. (Of course, after I used it, Mike claimed it exclusively for his own).  This is 100% real Castile soap with extra-virgin olive oil made in the Old World-tradition.

It's fragrance-free and offers a small, dense lather that cleans so gently that it's even perfect for babies!
Mike loves it because his skin is so sensitive.  I love that, too, plus the fact that it's such a long-lasting soap.  It rinses clean but doesn't make the skin feel stripped.



I learned, too, that 100% of the profits from this soap are used to lift people up through micro-lending and training worldwide.  Click HERE to track our progress and join our Wild About Good team!

The next soap I tried is mine alone: Horsemint!


Horsemint is a beautiful purple flower that grows in the wild.  It's an invaluable ingredient in this amazing, energizing, eye-opening soap!  The soap has such a bright minty fragrance, great lather, and leaves the skin feeling so clean.  Absolutely NO filmy residue is left on the skin.




The third soap we tried is Witch Hazel.  Witch hazel has been used for hundreds of years in North America (first by Native Americans) to reduce inflammation, relieve itching, soothe rashes, and reduce redness and swelling.





The Witch Hazel Soap is a creamy lavender/mint scented bar.  It contains soothing witch hazel distillate, organic aloe, and organic oat flour. The fragrance is reminiscent of an English garden. For me, this is the perfect soap to use after a day outside.
Mike likes this after work as well.  He ALWAYS comes home with itchy skin.

A Wild Soap Bar uses only the best natural ingredients in their organic soaps.  I trust them. You will, too!




Care and Feeding of Natural Handmade Soap:

Since our handmade soap is in its pure and natural state, it doesn't contain any synthetic preservatives or artificial hardeners. It doesn't need to. With just a little care and feeding, you can prolong the life of your soap and it will serve you very well.

•Don't let your soap drown in water.
•Feed your soap plenty of fresh air between uses.
•Store your soap on a well drained soap dish.
•Use a natural wash cloth or loofah to extend its life.
•Use your fresh new soap within 6 months of purchase.
•Store unused soap in a dark cool place like a lingerie drawer or linen closet.

You may connect with A Wild Soap Bar on their website and Social Media pages:
InstagramFacebookPinterest, and @awildsoapbar on Twitter.




The wonderful folks at A Wild Soap Bar have generously offered one of my readers the chance to win the same set of natural, organic soaps that I received!



Just follow the instructions below for your chance to enter to win!

Open to USA, 18+, No PO Boxes, please. All entries are verified. Contest closes at 11:59 p.m. on May 12, 2015.

DISCLOSURE:
I received three bars of soap for the purpose of review. I received no monetary compensation. The opinions expressed herein are my own and based on my own use of and experience with the items.
















43 comments:

JJAY100 said...

I would like to try sea scrub soap

JJAY100 said...

I would like to try sea scrub soap

Maryann D. said...

It would be nice to try wild carrot complexion soap and also pine tar neem oil soap.
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Lauren said...

I would like to try the carrot complexion soap.

Christine Savinelli said...

I like to try the Wildflower Soap!

Derrick Todd said...

I would love to try Prickly Pear, Sassafras and Sea Scrub soaps.

abbasprincess said...

I would like to truth the tooth savior cinnaclove

Ashley Charlebois said...

Ugh. Can I try them all? LOL. I think I'd want sassafras, black willow bark soap for acne, and passionflower soap.

Sally Bridges said...

I would love to try the Wildflower,Sea scrub and the Bluebonnet bars!

craftsonthego said...

Though all the soaps seem great, I would like to try the 100% real castile olive oil soap. -craftyone

Danielle said...

I would love to try out the Wild Carrot Complexion Soap and Prickly Pear!

spock7005 said...

I'd love to try the Sassafras, Sea Scrub, and Cedarwood soaps. But they all sound soooo good! scain54(at)aol(dot)com

Emily Endrizzi said...

I would love to try their cedar wood soap deck. It sounds like something my boyfriend would enjoy!

Jennifer W said...

I'd love to try the sea scrub soap. It sounds wonderfully revitalizing! The bluebonnet soap sounds nice too :)

Rose-Marie said...
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Crystal Wall said...

I would love to win these beautiful soaps. Thanks for the opportunity. I entered, followed and shared. I would love to try the naked soap. Also, I think the BlueBonnet would be lovely as well. Fingers Crossed, You have a new reader. Come visit me @ A Day In My Life, Crochet & Reviews
http://krystlewv.blogspot.com

Thanks! Have a great evening!
~Crystal

Leslie S said...

The Desert Sage one really jump out for me. I adore the smell of sage and use it often for fragrance. I'm sure it would be amazing in an organic soap. :)

Laura H said...

Sea scub!

william gossage said...

I want to try the wild rose soap. It sound like it be nice

Kelly OMalley said...

I would love to try the Longleaf pine soap. I just love the scent of pine and it sounds like a wonderful soap. I love handmade soap, and this company has so many really nice options.

June Lisle said...

pine tar neem oil soap is one of the soaps I would like to try.

dd said...

I would try the cedarwood soap and the honey oat soap too.

rochelle said...

I like the wild rose

Alison Gibb said...

I would love to try the Sea Scrub soap and the Cedarwood soap!!

Nicole said...

bark willow all the way

Daniel H said...

The desert sage soap

Daph said...

Passionflower would be nice

Heather said...

I would like to try the Wild Carrot.

Calli W said...

I'd like to try the black willow bark soap!

Crystal Rose said...

I'd love to try the blackland soap.

Linda Bradshaw said...

I would like to try Wild Rose Soap. I bet it is good.

Natalie B. said...

Hi! I would love to try their Passion Flower Bar Soap. It sounds delightful! Thank-you for this chance. :)

Dorothy Teel said...

How neat a selection, I think that we would love to try the Wild Carrot Complexion Soap and the Black Willow Bark Soap, and for my family the Blue Bonnet Castile Liquid soap, would be so helpful to our dry hands

katja9_10 said...

I would like to try the Desert Sage soap. I bet it smells really nice.

Les Johnson

kellyr78 said...

I would like to try the horsemint, prickly pear and wild rose soap.

Barbara Montag said...

I would like to try the Wild Rose soap.
Bet that would be great for my skin!
thank you

breakmydreams said...

I would love to try wild rose soap :)

Samantha Duzinskas said...

I'd love to smell all of them but the honey oat sounds like the one i'd like the most

Tonya Bangart said...

I would love to try the bluebonnet castile liquid soap. The honey oat fragrance free soap would also be great to try for my son's sensitive skin. I love anything ocean, so the sea scrub soap sounds just right for me.

tara pittman said...

The sunflower soap sounds good.

Darby Elizabeth said...

I like cedarwood

Star light said...

I would like to try the Castile Olive Oil. It sounds like it would make my skin so soft.

Teresa Noel said...

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