Zum Bar Soap Dot by Indigo Wild
Indigo Wild Zum Dot Rosemary-Grapefruit Bar Soap
Grapefruit and Rosemary do a tangy polka of springtime delight to form a delicious scent worthy of your mother's love in Indigo Wild Zum Dot Rosemary-Grapefruit Bar Soap. Not only does Indigo Wild Zum Dot Rosemary-Grapefruit Bar Soap make the perfect Mother's Day gift, but it is also ideal for any occassion, including every day use! Spruce up your kitchen or bathroom with this decorative bar soap.
Where did Indigo Wild get the name "zum"?
Zum is simply a play on the word "some". As in "This sure is "zum" bar of soap!"
Does Indigo Wild test their products on animals?
Indigo Wild does not test their products on animals. Indigo Wild loves to test them on themelves and their friends and family.
What are the ingredients in Indigo Wild products?
Indigo Wild uses the most awesome ingredients made from the earth!
Does Indigo Wild use lye in their soap?
Yes, they do use lye in their soap making process. Indigo Wild uses sodium hydroxide in their soaps. All soaps (excluding detergent bars, which are totally synthetic and chemical laden) are made with lye but no lye is left in the finished soap. Indigo Wild soaps are balanced so the chemical reaction has the correct amounts of both lye and oil for a balanced reaction. The result is that Indigo Wild soap is very close to neutral.
How does Indigo Wild color their soaps?
Indigo Wild uses ultramarines and iron oxides for their colorants. Indigo Wild never uses FD&C colorings in any of their products. All of the colors in the soaps are all scented the same. For instance, with lavender-mint the blue is not lavender and the green is not mint. The same goes for sandalwood-citrus. Both colors are scented the same.
Wet, lather and rinse.
Saponified 100% food grade olive, coconut, palm, and castor oils, in a goat’s milk base, with pure essential oils and mineral pigments.
About Indigo Wild
Indigo Wild’s not-so-secret ingredients: goats milk, glycerin, soy wax, shea butter, meadowfoam seed oil and pure essential oils for whiff. This company runs from bad ingredients like artificial surfactants (synthetic foaming agents), petrochemicals, glycols and parabens. And they take a pass on animal testing – the only animals they test are boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands and wives. What we're saying is, there's a lot that goes on behind indigo wild’s shower curtain before any products go behind yours. At Indigo Wild, there's more than meets the whiff.
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