Pure Patchouli Soap Pure Patchouli Soap
Pure Patchouli Soap Pure Patchouli Soap

Pure Patchouli Soap

C$7.75

Patchouli is a strong, earthy herb with a musky scent. I find you either absolutely love it or hate it. This is a very popular soap at the shop. It's used in love, money and prosperity spells and ritual.

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Patchouli is a strong, earthy herb with a musky scent. I find you either absolutely love it or hate it. This is a very popular soap at the shop. It's used in love, money and prosperity spells and ritual. It is sprinkled onto money, added to purses and wallets, and placed around the base of green candles. Patchouli is also used in love and lust spells and rituals. 

 

All soap is handcrafted with high quality ingredients and made in house. This soap has a vegetable base, contains no alcohol or harmful products, and it is free from the surfactants SLS and SLES. Essential oils are used in most recipes. It cleanses without stripping or upsetting the delicate natural pH balance necessary for soft, healthy looking skin.

 

All Witch of Walkerville and Aunty M products are hand crafted by Michelle, owner and spiritual practitioner of Smudge Metaphysical.

A portion of your purchase goes to support our local women's shelter Hiatus House and fund programs that help women and families overcome the cycle of domestic violence. Your support helps change lives and is appreciated by many. You make a difference. 

 

No animal testing
100% Vegetable base
Biodegradable
Creamy luxurious lather
Neutral pH 7.5 – 8.5

*External Use only, Essential oils in soap may cause skin irritations to some.

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