Egyptian Scarabs

Egyptian Scarabs


The Scarab beetle was an Egyptian symbol of rebirth sometimes placed in the wrappings of a mummy. The mysterious customs and beliefs of the Egyptians my never be completly understood. Today, the scarab has come to represent good luck, long life and happiness.

This soap uses ingredients that the lovely Cleopatra would appreciate. It's said that Cleopatra bathed in milk and used charcoal in her makeup. The benefits of coconut oil, shea butter, grapeseed oil and tallow were well known to her. All these are part of our Egyptian Scarab soap.

The sensual and alluring fragrance is made up of spices, herbs and minerals that the Queen of the Nile herself might have used to scent her body: amber, cassia, sandalwood, patchouli, cardamom and musk.

This is one soap you really should experience to appreciate. It's indulgent, romantic and it will pamper you like no other.

  • Details

    Made with canola oil, coconut oil, shea butter, tallow, water, sodium hydroxide, castor oil, aloe vera juice, grapeseed oil, goat's milk, cocoa butter, fragrance, sodium lactate, charcoal, mica, iron oxide.

    This listing is for one bar weighing 3 oz./85 g. Each bar is wrapped in cello and includes a complete ingredient list.