Mission Figs, a rich part of California history, were brought from Mexico by Franciscan missionaries. First planted in San Diego in 1769 and as far north as the 21st mission in Sonoma, these dark purple California figs, were called Mission. Today, Mission Figs grow abundantly and are rich in beta carotene, natural vitamins, minerals and Omega 3 essential fatty acids. Naturally occurring enzymes in figs combine with beneficial properties in honey and dandelion to exfoliate surface skin keeping it hydrated and conditioned while clarifying naturally as they tighten pores and optimize skin’s sebum production. Treasured for its ability to provide balance and a natural glow, Honey dates back to 2100 B.C. This sweet nectar was highly valued by ancient Sumerians, Indians and Egyptians. Deeply moisturizing, this bar soap hydrates with naturally retained glycerin.
Three Sisters Apothecary bar soaps by the Soap Cauldron are handcrafted by our resident soap maker, Emma Mann. Our beautiful Artisan bar soaps are all natural, utilizing only pure essential oils, plant oils and luxurious nut butters. Our handcrafted bar soaps are made in the time honored tradition of the first soap guilds of 7th century Europe. Now just as it was then each bar is handmade in small batches with only natural botanicals, pure essential and vegetable oils. From the early recipes coveted by these guilds, these beneficial ingredients nourish and support skin on a daily basis.