Inchcolm is my way of honoring my late grandmother, a true flower of Scotland, who always taught me to do what I think is right, and I'll never go wrong. She grew up in Kirkcaldy, where the Firth of Forth is home to a small island, named Inchcolm. It's history is long, and I can't help but feel that my Gram's love of history and the solitude of nature would have led her to Inchcolm island more than once in her life.
The scent profile reflects some of the notable ecology of the area she grew up. Those who love florals will appreciate this unique take on the scent.
Stearic acid, tallow, water, Shea Butter, potassium hydroxide, castor oil, fragrance, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, lanolin, palm kernel oil, marshmallow root, babbasu oil, meadowfoam oil, tussah silk.
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