Siliski Soaps
Apothecary Cellars

Production Status:

Active

Release Type:

Standard

Description:

This is a soap that tells a story before you ever even open the container. A dear friend of mine has created for us an incredible label that captures the heart of this fragrance: dry herbs and dusty woods, harvested, extracted, and blended by our reclusive Apothecary. And the companion piece on the balm label gives us another glimpse into his subterranean workshop.

The fragrance remains true to this medieval-medicinal aesthetic, developing through a strikingly dynamic range of scents. Off the puck, to my nose, you'll be greeted with bright notes of cardamom and grapefruit, backed by a somber, earthy vetiver. As the lather builds, notes of dark patchouli, elemi, and clary sage become more noticeable, still grounded on a vetiver foundation, as the grapefruit and cardamom recede to the edges of the fragrance. And on the dry-down, elemi and vetiver linger with just a hint of patchouli and sage, to a beautiful woodsy effect. This is very much a green scent, overall, but not in a damp pine forest sort of way—it's dryly woodsy and dryly herbaceous, with layers of depth and complexity that reward sustained olfactory attention.

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Ingredients:

Saponified Kokum Butter, Shea Butter, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Castor Oil, Cupuacu Butter, Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Essential/Fragrance Oils, Monostearin, Vitamin E, Aloe Vera Powder, Silk

Where to buy:

Please note: Vendor links marked with an asterisk(*) are affiliate links. If you click one of these links and make a purchase, Try That Soap will receive a percentage of the sale. The presence (or lack thereof) of an affiliate link has no impact on any recommendation found on Try That Soap.

Siliski Soaps
Apothecary Cellars

Production Status:

Active

Release Type:

Standard

Description:

This is a soap that tells a story before you ever even open the container. A dear friend of mine has created for us an incredible label that captures the heart of this fragrance: dry herbs and dusty woods, harvested, extracted, and blended by our reclusive Apothecary. And the companion piece on the balm label gives us another glimpse into his subterranean workshop.

The fragrance remains true to this medieval-medicinal aesthetic, developing through a strikingly dynamic range of scents. Off the puck, to my nose, you'll be greeted with bright notes of cardamom and grapefruit, backed by a somber, earthy vetiver. As the lather builds, notes of dark patchouli, elemi, and clary sage become more noticeable, still grounded on a vetiver foundation, as the grapefruit and cardamom recede to the edges of the fragrance. And on the dry-down, elemi and vetiver linger with just a hint of patchouli and sage, to a beautiful woodsy effect. This is very much a green scent, overall, but not in a damp pine forest sort of way—it's dryly woodsy and dryly herbaceous, with layers of depth and complexity that reward sustained olfactory attention.

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Ingredients:

Shea Butter, Abyssinian Oil, Jojoba Oil, Olive Squalane Oil, Beeswax, Essential/Fragrance Oils, Vitamin E

Where to buy:

Please note: Vendor links marked with an asterisk(*) are affiliate links. If you click one of these links and make a purchase, Try That Soap will receive a percentage of the sale. The presence (or lack thereof) of an affiliate link has no impact on any recommendation found on Try That Soap.


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