Idaho Syringa


The Syringa, Idaho’s state flower, turns hillsides a snowy white in late springtime with it’s beautiful cluster of flowers.  Syringa is called “Mock Orange” because the scent is similar to an orange blossom. We’ve used a blend of essential oils to create an orange citrus with herbaceous undertones. Like taking a spring hike in the Boise National Forest when the Syringa is in bloom. You'll love the fresh spring time fragrance. 

Our handmade natural soaps are great for all skin types. We formulate skin loving oils to be moisturizing with gentle cleaning properties. They also smell amazing!

Ingredients: Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Sustainable Palm Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, Essential Oil Blend. 

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Each bar is poured, cut and packaged by hand in small batches right here in Idaho. Because of this hand made nature, colors, shapes may vary by batch. 

We cure our bar soaps for 6 weeks. This creates a natural soap bar that is hard. Bars should last a good long time. A soaps life will greatly benefit from drying between uses. Get yourself a nice draining soap dish on our accessories page. 

To preserve freshness each soap bar is individually wrapped in Biolefin Biodegradeable Polyolefin a food-grade, acid-free, biodegradeable shrink film. Biolefin film is perferated to allow scent through. 


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