Spencer Farm is located just outside of Selma, Alabama, which has a rich history in civil rights. Known mostly for the Civil Rights Movement, Selma has had it's share of unfavorable media, but, like a butterfly, the changes have proven to be beautiful. In 1982, Selma was declared the Butterfly Capital of Alabama. This is fitting as the butterfly is symbolic of change, rebirth, and beauty from something formerly unattractive.
This soap features the Edmund Pettus Bridge covered with a butterfly. The butterfly colors vary, but the scent is the same for all colors. Bars are sliced thin, and work great as a guest bathroom soap.
This scent is clean and refreshing, with notes of orange, patchouli, eucalyptus, and ylang ylang. Another one of my favorites!
Ingredients: goat milk, natural shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, EO and FO blend, mica
**Natural and Simple Ingredients:
Milks soaps are very rich and moisturizing and can be used on your face and body daily. My most commonly used skin care ingredients are the ones best suited for delicate skin types.
Shea Butter provides moisture and nourishes the skin.
Olive Oils is a humectant. It attracts moisture to your skin and actually helps keep it there.
Coconut Oil gives you the hard soap bar and rich fluffy lather that makes your bath time luxurious.
Mica has properties that help the skin look smooth and healthy.