• saponified coconut oil • glycerine • shea butter • water • berry extract • white oxide • orange & lime essential oils • green tea extract • activated charcoal • ground apricot kernel
blacksmith’s hands soap
great for the aftermath of car repair • digging that entire new garden bed in one day • also scooping the yugh out of the toilet when it backs up & you hafta take it apart, that’s the WORST
it’s scrubby • activated charcoal to help with the stank • round so it’s easier to hang onto • & extra shea butter (after all that scrubbing your skin’s gonna need it)
also useful for stinky fighters, archaeologists, medical examiners • & those with an advanced case of con funk
no detergents • no fragrance oils • no petroleum (save it for driving with) • keep it simple with coconut oil & shea butter • straight-up, crap-free, gets-you-clean soap
(if one’s just not enough • you can get three of em)
handmade • natural • crap free • guaranteed
there's this much:
• 3 oz • 90 mL
warnings & disclaimers:
if you want to find out if anything in this interacts with your meds • webmd.com has a good drug interaction lookup thing • please use it! • also, google is your friend!
allergic reactions to my stuff are rare • but it’s your job to remember your allergies & sensitivities • the information presented on this website is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition • nor to replace the advice or care of a qualified health professional
I picked up a pack of your Blacksmith’s Hands Soap and it *really* works. After a hard day of fighting or practice, I use this soap and there isn’t even a *hint* of the fighter funk left over after a scrub. I will definitely be buying more in the future.
The Vagabond Tabby’s blacksmith soap got the roofing goop off my hands without making them all dried out.
I was legit shocked. I thought it was going to take my skin off to get the stuff off my skin, instead I ended up with clean soft hands
— Laura W. (@lauowolf on Twitter)