Fat Ash Soap - Made the Old-Fashioned Way - Review

Disclosure: I received product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Back in the olden days, bar soap was handmade. Fat Ash Soap still makes soap the old-fashioned way, with lye filtered from hardwood ash then combined with animal fats and coconut oil for a super clean with luxurious lather. Their animal fats come from humanely raised, hand rendered lard and tallow from local farms. Both the Fat Face Exfoliating Soap and the Lard and Tallow Bar Soap can be purchased unscented or scented with pure uncut essential oil.
Their Big Fat Lye Bar Soaps are 100% vegan with coconut, avocado, grape seed, pumpkin seed, and apricot kernel oils. All their soaps are free of petrochemicals, artificial colorants, and artificial fragrances. I received one bar of each of the Big Fat Lye, Fat Face, and Fat Ash bars and I was shocked at how BIG they are. These bars are about three times bigger than today's traditional bar soaps. It's a great value! They can be cut down easily if your soap dish finds them too big to handle, or you can pick up one of their Handmade Composite Soap Holders.
These old-fashioned soaps are wonderful and luxurious. My whole body feels squeaky clean and incredibly soft after using them. My facial skin is really loving the Fat Face Exfoliating Bar. Every batch of soap is handmade, hand-cut, and packaged individually. Plus, when you buy Fat Ash Soaps, you are supporting an American small business and honoring the time-tested methods used by past generations. You really must try these!
Visit Fat Ash Soap at www.fatashsoap.com. Buy one of each bar to see the quality for yourself and grab another set to gift for Mother's Day! While you're on their website, be sure to enter their Spring Clean-up Soap Giveaway at the bottom of their homepage. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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