Peppercorn Soaps and Products

The piquant, spicy essential oil of black peppercorns comes from the berry of Piper nigrum, the pepper plant. 

8 oz
Ask a wine lover what is more important, the aroma or the taste? Likely, they will say it’s all in the nose. We have created the complex bouquet of Shiraz with essential oils, with notes of berries, chocolate, pepper, tobacco, cedar, plum, cherry, mint, and spice. No alcohol here, so you wont get tipsy or smell like a wino. The bar has a clean, floral, and fresh aroma reminiscent of sandalwood.
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4.5 oz
Chai Spice soap will soothe your soul with this delightful, exotic blend of essential oils including coriander, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, vanilla and black pepper. Cardamom is second only to saffron in the realm of costly spices, but it's key to a great chai and why this bar is a premium soap. You may choose it for your free bar. The bar contains shea butter to moisturize your skin. Black tea provides the color and kaolin clay adds a creaminess to the lather.
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.15 oz each
Eleven of our best-selling soaps are available as mini bars. Our store customers love them and buy them in bunches.

4.5 oz bar
When the Missouri Botanical Garden asked us to create an exclusive bar honoring its 150th anniversary, we crafted this uniquely herbal and peppery soap. We tested many blends of plant oils to develop the bars sophisticated fragrance. When we were finally satisfied, we sent a bar to perfumer Thierry Masson of La Rochelle, France, to evaluate the scent. He wrote back enthusiastically. This bar has good balance, its woody, fresh and spicy. Each ingredient of the soap reflects the Gardens mission to discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment.
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8 oz round bars
Welcome to an extraordinary shower. Luffa soap will quickly become your skins BFF. We’ve incorporated our moisturizing soap into whole natural luffas (also spelled loofah). The ones we use come directly to us from Egypt. Luffa aegyptiaca is a member of the Cucurbitaceae (gourd) family that includes squash, pumpkins and zucchini. When young and tender, sponge gourds are eaten. When mature, they are used for a natural scrub. You will see why luffas have been used for thousands of years. They have a perfect texture for the job: not too rough but just right.

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