Born to Blush Unseen


Topped with dried hibiscus petals, colored with cream and light berry shades⁠, with scent notes of jasmine, tonka, and lime.

Inspired the lines by Thomas Gray that Catherine Morland studied to become a heroine in Chapter 1 of Northanger Abbey:

Full many a flower is born to blush unseen,
And waste its sweetness on the desert air.excerpt from Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard⁠, by Thomas Gray

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Handmade in small batches with gentle, moisturizing ingredients. It is made from a saponified blend of lard, olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil, and castor oil, with fragrance oil, colorant, and rosemary oleoresin. Net weight 4 oz (113 g).

All our soaps are elegantly wrapped in handmade lokta paper and boxed with care in historical Jane Austen style with a stamped wax seal, tissue paper, and muslin. (Learn more here.) They are perfect for gift giving and may also be shipped directly to the recipient with an optional hand-written gift message. Each soap is individually labeled and bundled with its origin story, similar to what you see here. See product photos for packaging examples.

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