Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements
Lime Ginger Tea Tree

Production Status:
Active

Release Type:
Standard

Scents in Lime Ginger Tea Tree:

Description:

What could be more refreshing and exhilarating than Lime, Ginger and Tea Tree Oil...aside from the log ride at 6 Flags...?

All kidding aside, this scent was brought to you by very popular demand and kinda out of left field. You see, we originally created our first shampoo/conditioner bar in this scent and didn't think anything of it. It was really just a test product that we never expected to catch on...but it did, in a big way.

Our Old Tyme Lime Ginger Tea Tree shampoo/conditioner bars are our number one selling shampoo bars and I find that odd. Not because they don't get the job done, because they do and more. The tea tree adds a nice tingle and medicinal quality to the lather and the ginger and lime really wake you up with a zing! But it's shampoo and that's it, no matching cologne, shave soap, etc...just a shampoo puck. After the success of this puck I started creating Shampoo/Conditioner bars to match all our most popular scented lines and though they sell well the Lime Ginger Tea Tree kills it when it comes to sales.....I'm still baffled.

The emails and PMs have been off the hook when it comes to people wanting a matching shave soap, deodorant and aftershave! Being known for listening to "the people" we are very excited to spring this one on the masses!

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Ingredients:

Potassium Stearate, Glycerin, Potassium Cocoate, Aqua, Potassium Kokumate, Sodium Lactate, Potassium Shea Butterate, Potassium Castorate, Sodium Stearate, Potassium Avocadoate, Parfum [Fragrance]

Where to buy:

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Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements
Lime Ginger Tea Tree

Production Status:
Active

Release Type:
Standard

Scents in Lime Ginger Tea Tree:

Description:

What could be more refreshing and exhilarating than Lime, Ginger and Tea Tree Oil...aside from the log ride at 6 Flags...?

All kidding aside, this scent was brought to you by very popular demand and kinda out of left field. You see, we originally created our first shampoo/conditioner bar in this scent and didn't think anything of it. It was really just a test product that we never expected to catch on...but it did, in a big way.

Our Old Tyme Lime Ginger Tea Tree shampoo/conditioner bars are our number one selling shampoo bars and I find that odd. Not because they don't get the job done, because they do and more. The tea tree adds a nice tingle and medicinal quality to the lather and the ginger and lime really wake you up with a zing! But it's shampoo and that's it, no matching cologne, shave soap, etc...just a shampoo puck. After the success of this puck I started creating Shampoo/Conditioner bars to match all our most popular scented lines and though they sell well the Lime Ginger Tea Tree kills it when it comes to sales.....I'm still baffled.

The emails and PMs have been off the hook when it comes to people wanting a matching shave soap, deodorant and aftershave! Being known for listening to "the people" we are very excited to spring this one on the masses!

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Ingredients:

Denatured Alcohol, Spanish Moss Hydrosol, Orange Blossom Water, Essential/ Fragrance Oils, Aloe Vera, Seaweed Extract, Carrot Extract & Hydrosol, Liquid Silk, Alum, Menthol

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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