Floral lovers, we've got a sink salt bar just for you! Made with Australian red reef clay, this beautiful deep rose colored bar smells like a tropical rose garden.
Ingredients: saponified oils of organic coconut, organic shea nut butter, and castor bean, European spa salt, Australian red reef clay, and essential oils of geranium and sweet orange.
Purchase samples HERE.
Purchase half sized bars HERE.
And don't forget a soap placemat to keep your salt bar dry between uses! With proper care, your salt bar will last for weeks by your bathroom or kitchen sink.
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This bar smells so good, and it wafts through the kitchen like aromatherapy! The salt bar doesn’t lather as much as other soaps, and I miss that aspect, but it does a great job of cleaning my hands of garden dirt and food-prep scents and messes, just not oils. I prefer the richer lather of Apple Valley’s body soaps, so I will buy those for kitchen use in the future.
I am addicted to these Salt Bars! I originally bought one for the sink. After a particularly hot, sweaty day, I used it in the shower. I felt so soft and clean when I climbed into the bed, delicious! The man likes the Lime and we both like the Orange Anise. Sink or shower, the Salt bars are great!
Very unique product. I keep it on my kitchen sink and it gets lots of daily use. It still hasn't shrunk. It will last forever.
This is my favorite salt sink bar. I love the scent, the color and the smooth, creamy lather.
I like all the scents of the soaps we get from AVN. This particular bar is special because of the color. It makes me kind of happy to see it sitting on the side of my kitchen sink. Our kitchen is an odd shade of a sea green and the pink soap compliments it nicely. Of course, it works well at keeping our kitchen hands clean too. I cut it in half (more like a chunk) and use it in smaller bits because we have children who tend to go through soap quickly if left with a huge bar to wash their hands. AVNS Response: Thank you! Actually, the bars last much longer when there is less surface area getting wet. If you cut your bars, you are exposing more surface area of the soap to the water, and the little pieces will disappear more quickly than a large bar of soap. Just a heads up! :)