Oh my gosh...these prices hurt me. I had no idea. Look, I'm assuming the price is so high because of the ingredient quality - I'm the last one to judge where anyone sets their prices. I just had no idea there were products in that price range out there. Color me naive.
And it's got hydrating organic coconut, guess they don't know that coconut in soap is no longer hydrating but will dry out the skin.
That’s the catch—customers who are somewhat knowledgeable.Looks like they are using some very expensive essential oils, and an expensive base oil (sea buckthorn! <3) in the unscented bar too. Probably not an unreasonable price given the cost of ingredients. It's great that some customers appreciate that.
My thoughts too Dixie! I was expecting them to be 'blow your socks off' gorgeous!They're so plain! I've seen a few bars where the artistry was so gorgeous that I might be willing to pay that. for $12 I want some SWIRLS!
I admit, as a tourist in Alaska I paid close to that for some made with spruce tip tea. But like other's said, that's as a tourist for a sort of "novelty" item.
The $26 soap calls coconut oil "hydrating organic coconut oil." I thought coconut oil was cleansing/stripping.
A lot of people. Essential Oils are not cheap and Fennel Oil is pretty expensive...wholesale organic is around $25 USD for just 2 oz.Who's going to pay this much for a bar of soap??