affina organic soap set
affina organic soap set
affina organic soaps

Handcrafted Organic Soap Set

Regular price$10.00

Pamper someone with our organic soap set. These luxurious soaps are handmade in Vermont from the finest organic plant-based ingredients, and are free of artificial fragrances, gmo’s, colors, detergents and sulfates. Purchase with our organic towels, bath wash mitts or soap dishes for a truly special gift.


  • One 3.25 oz. Organic Lemongrass Soap
  • One 3.25 oz. Organic Cranberry Orange Soap

Ingredients: saponified sustainably-sourced organic oils of palm, coconut, olive and palm kernel, lemongrass essential oil, orange essential oil, cedarwood essential oil, rosemary extract, lavandin grosso essential oil.

Ingredients: saponified sustainably-sourced organic oils of palm, coconut, olive and palm kernel, cranberry seeds, lemongrass essential oil, organic orange essential oil, rosemary extract.

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