Wild Heather and Thyme Soap. Donegal Natural Soap Company
Wild Heather and Thyme Soap
Handmade by The Donegal Natural Soap Company
Imagine yourself immersed in the wild heather and thyme. This soap will bring you back to Ireland. Speckled with purple Donegal wild heather for an exfoliating and gentle scrub. It is scented with thyme, sage, rosemary and neroli oil for a fresh herbaceous fragrance.
The Donegal Natural Soap Company began in 2010 when the owner, Isobel Sangha, was searching for a product that would provide relief and a healing treatment for her sons eczema. Since making the natural soap, her son’s eczema and the skin health of all of her family has never looked back.
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