Spicy Warming Calming
In the ancient Near East, most spices were considered to be a valuable luxury (1 Kgs 10.10,25; Ezek 27.17-22), especially those that had to be imported by traders and merchants from lands far away. Spices were used for cooking, for making fragrant incense (Exod 30.34-38), and for making perfumes. Spices added fragrance to oils and ointments used for grooming and for those used in holy ceremonies (Exod 25.6; 30.23-25).
Do you love vanilla but desire a bit of sassy spice? Shepherds Heart soap artisans came up with a balance of vanilla and spice that will capture your heart! Your olfactory senses will be aroused by this combination of vanilla and spice. If you have ever visited Pike's Market in Seattle you know that one of their most famous teas is their Spice Market blend
Shepherds Heart Spice Market Kinder goat milk contains coconut and palm oils, olive oil, exclusive Kinder goat milk, lye, water, crushed grapeseeds, and Spice Market fragrance oil.
Shepherds Heart Spice Market Kinder Goat Milk Soap is the spice of life, so enjoy!