Island Thyme Soap Company's artisan crafted soap bars are as whimsical as the quaint Gulf Coast town of Indian Rocks Beach where they are created. Bath & body products too!
Phthalate Free * Paraben Free * Cruelty FreeLIVE. LAUGH. LATHER.
What you cleanse your skin with is as personal as it gets. It deserves to be pampered with personal care products that are as beautiful as they are gentle! And they should smell great too!
Ditch the cheap detergents and harsh chemicals in mass produced products and shop at Island Thyme Soap Company.Read About Our Process and Ingredients
This lotion is a tall drink of water for your skin...and then some!
Island Thyme Soap Company's Hemp Seed lotion contains both Omega 3 and Omega 6 (Gamma-Linolenic acid). When used on the skin these fatty acids can help bolster your skin's suppleness by protecting and nourishing your skin's layers. This ultra-creamy, fast-absorbing lotion also contains nourishing Shea butter, milk protein & vitamins to give skin long-lasting moisture.
Cold pressed from sterilized industrial hemp seeds, no cannabinoids (THC) are present in the hemp seed oil used in this lotion.
The scent: Go island hopping! Let this luxurious natural soap’s rich lather and bright tropical notes carry you away on a warm ocean current, like a coconut that falls into the sea. You can almost hear the reggae music.
Lovingly Made in the USA.
People with sensitivities to any listed ingredient should not use the product. You can read more HERE:
$ 10.00 $ 10.50
TIMELESS, SOPHISTICATED, CLEAN
Lather up and let the soothing scent of lavender whisk you away to southern France. With whorls of color and delicate impressions on top, this elegant bar is beloved for its decorative qualities as well as its rich, fragrant lather.
Net Wt 7 oz (198 g)
Olive oil, coconut milk, coconut oil, avocado oil, palm kernel oil, sodium hydroxide, organic palm oil, mango butter, castor oil, essential oils, cosmetic mica
A BIG, Beautiful, Natural Bath Bomb
Island Thyme Soap Company's bath bombs are an intoxicating explosion of Dead Sea salt, skin loving oils and butters, milk and tons of fizzy fun.
The Scent: East meets West in this simple yet elegant blend of French lavender and dark patchouli essential oils.
Cruelty Free - Lovingly Made in the USA.
$ 10.00 $ 12.00
LITTLE BLACK DRESS*
"The little black dress must be luxurious, rich, sensual, diaphanous, exotic, severe, lush, demure, demanding, frivolous, amusing, and it must linger in memory, but above all, it must be simple and little and black." -Carolina Herrera.
Try on something a little more daring. Bold. Sensuous. Exotic. This soap is not for the faint-of-heart.
Island Thyme Soap Company's "Little Black Dress" luxury charcoal soap combines an essential-oil blend of lavender, tea tree, and peppermint with the power of activated coconut charcoal and the magic of exotic unrefined butters from the Amazon rainforest; Upuacu, Murumuru and Ucuuba butters.
Use for gentle yet deep facial cleansing, or take it in the shower for an intense full-body tingling lather experience.
Comes in a gift box, like all little black dresses should.
*This soap is not scented with Avon's "Little Black Dress" fragrance or "Little Black Dress Type" fragrance.
Net Wt 4.5 oz (133 g)
Coconut oil, palm kernel oil, water, sodium hydroxide, unrefined Cupuacu butter, unrefined Murumuru butter, unrefined Ucuuba butter, essential oil blend of lavender, tea tree and peppermint. Activated coconut charcoal and Bentonite clay.
Remember Two Things is a 1993 album by the Dave Matthews Band. The general consensus among Dave Matthews Band fans is that the two things referred to in the title are "love your mother" and "leave only footprints." We're big fans. Not only of the band, but of the sentiment behind those words.
This weekend as we celebrate Mothers Day, we are reminded there is no greater gift for a mom than to observe how her child is making the world a better place.
Our noses have a way of sniffing out nostalgia. There's nothing quite like the scent of petrichor, that sweet earthy smell that fills the air evoking childhood memories of grabbing our boots to go out to jump in puddles and look for rainbows.
The word "petrichor" comes from the ancient Greek: it's a combination of ichor, the "ethereal essence" the Greeks believed flowed through the veins of their gods, and petros, the stones that form the surface of the Earth.