I received my Royston Soapworks Oatmeal Milk and Honey Soap in my last Sweet Delight box last month. The Royston Soapworks web site says one bar of this sells for $6, but it doesn’t say how big the bar is. I can’t even tell you how big mine was weight wise, but it was about half the size of a bank card. I’m not sure if the bar of soap you would order from their web site would be the same size or not. My Oatmeal milk and honey soap is made up of olive oil, distilled water, coconut oil, palm oil, sodium hydroxide, oatmeal milk, honey fragrance oil and oatmeal. You can not only see the flakes of oatmeal in the soap, but you can feel it as you rub it on your skin, exfoliating and soothing your dry skin as you wash. To me it has a light lavender scent to it although they don’t mention that as one of the ingredients. It’s a very nice exfoliating bar of soap and it surprisingly lasts a lot longer then I thought it would. It does take some work to get it to lather up for you, but when it does it does a nice job. This was my first time ever trying a home made soap and I wasn’t expecting to get much out of it. I get very dry skin once the heat is turned on for the winter and this soap made my dry skin feel wonderful. The best part about it was that I never felt to need to apply lotion to my skin after using it. It made my skin feel great with out adding any kind of lotion. I’ll definitely be buying more soap from Royston Soapworks and would recommend you give it or one of they're many other products a try.
In case anyone was trying to find Royston Soapworks from the buy it link provided, I just wanted to let you know they changed their web site to http://www.roystonsoap.com/
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