Soap - Lavender
Made in the United States
made by women transitioning out of homelessness
$ 12.00 | WAITLIST
So fresh, so clean! Designed for sensitive skin and scented with 100% essential lavender oil, this soap is handmade in small batches from high-quality ingredients, including vitamin E, shea butter, and olive oil, to keep skin feeling clean and hydrated. Each purchase empowers formerly homeless women at MADE by DWC in Los Angeles.
Lavender-Scented Soap Bar
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Please Note: Due to the nature of this product, this item is not eligible for a return or exchange.
As with all handmade items, no two pieces are the same. Variations in size, color, and design will occur.
- Approximately: 6 oz.
- Ingredients: lavender essential oil, olive oil, palm oil, coconut oil, safflower oil, lauric acid, glycerin (kosher), honey, shea butter, purified water, sodium hydroxide, sodium lauryl sulfate, sorbitol, triethanolamine, sodium chloride, vitamin E oil, EDTA, sorbitan oleate, soy bean protein, titanium dioxide
- As with all handmade items, slight variations can occur.
Made by DWC
The Downtown Women's Center (DWC) is the only organization focused exclusively on serving and uplifting women who are experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, California. DWC strives to end homelessness and empower women to reach financial independence through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy. Women have access to essential services, including permanent supportive housing, healthcare, critical time intervention, and drop-in day care.
Made by DWC, the social enterprise component of DWC, provides intensive job-training and transitional employment opportunities within product and retail environments. These programs give the essential skills and support needed to transition out of homelessness. Through dignified work, participants can rebuild their self-esteem and create safer, healthier futures. We are proud to work with women at MADE by DWC on an exclusive line of handcrafted soaps.
Women at MADE by DWC, the social enterprise component of the Downtown Women's Center, create small batches of hand-poured soap. They practice an intricate melt-and-pour soapmaking technique through a collaborative and empowering process. To begin, they melt high-quality ingredients such as vitamin E, mango butter, and coconut oil. After blending the ingredients, each soap is carefully poured into a mold. The bars of soap slowly form over a few hours and are then ready to be packaged. With a commitment to eco-conscious practices, the women repurpose pages from donated books and places the final touches on the packaging.
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