The people of the Algonquin tribes knew the bogs and marshes of their ancestral home to yield Sumac and Cranberry, and considered these a powerful medicine. They employed tinctures and extracts against all manner of skin borne ailment.
Native Americans harvested the once dominant cranberry from fields and meadows across Appalachia for use in food and medicine. Today it’s tart juices and rich oils are being developed into a number of leading skincare products worldwide. In a fusion of foraging, research, and tradition; we’ve handmade here a soap as storied as it is unique.
While we can't make any specific medicinal claims about our products, we can say that these ingredients together make for a terrific soap. Blended perfectly into our all natural coconut and oatmeal recipe, this bar combines local foraging and soapmaking technique into an incredible shower experience.
This product is soap and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Contains: saponified oils of olive, coconut, soy and castor; sumac tea, cranberry juice, oatmeal, bentonite clay, ; essential oils of tea tree, peppermint and orange.
At Regent Park Naturals we are committed to a quality of soapmaking un-achievable through mass production techniques. This includes, no synthetic fragrances, no artificial lathering or conditioning agents, no preservatives.