Treasure of Aram Handmade Soap | Laurel Berry Fruit Oil & Olive Oil Bar Inspired by Ancient Syria and Aleppo

ADO Handmade Soap Company

Women of the ancient world knew the secrets to keeping their skin supple and conditioned in the arid climate of the desert and we are excited to bring to you one of those secrets, a Syrian-inspired handmade soap rich in laurel berry oil. Treat yourself to a unique soapy slice of history and let the natural smoky aroma and creamy lather, take you to a place filled with the melody of ancient rhythms carried gently on the wind over moonlit dunes.

Throughout the Mediterranean, the leaves of the laurel have been revered as an culinary essential, offer of peace, a symbol of athletic prowess and of scholastic merits. Our artisan laurel berry soap is crafted in small batches and inspired by traditional crafting. And, for added luxury and skin hydration, we add cruelty-free silk amino acids. 

The higher the percentage of Laurel Berry Oil is used in the soap, the more unique and desirabale the soap becomes. Our Aleppo inspired soap contains 50% organic laurel berry fruit oil.

No added color or scents.

One (1) 4 ounce bar

  • Organic unrefined laurel berry fruit oil
  • Pure olive oil
  • Distilled water
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Kaolin clay
  • Cruelty free silk amino acids
  • Colloidal oatmeal
  • Sea salt
  • Black lava salt
  • Dried jasmine

For Soap:

Soap is for external use only. Keep out of eyes. This is a handmade product, to maximize your enjoyment and the longevity of your bar, keep bar dry between uses, a draining soap dish works best. If wanting to put it away, please allow soap to dry thoroughly and then store in a cool dry container away from bright light.

For Washcloths:

After use, squeeze gently to get rid of excess water, hang or spread flat to dry. To launder, wash with like colors (cold or warm water), do not bleach, and lay flat or hang to dry.

For Sponges:

Soak a cleaning or bathing sea sponge for 15 minutes every few weeks in 1 cup of warm water and 1 Tablespoon of baking soda (increase solution accordingly for large sponges). Then rinse and let dry (preferably in a hanging, breathable mesh bag). In addition to thoroughly cleaning the sponge, baking soda revitalizes its cellular structure for increased durability.

Allow sponges to dry completely after each use.  

Sea sponges naturally inhibit the growth of bacteria, but do not prevent it.  To disinfect your sponge, you can also soak it in:

  • 1/4 cup of hydrogen peroxide and 1 cup of water.  This will clean and re-bleach the sponge if it becomes discolored from use.
  • A few drops of tea tree essential oil in 1 cup of warm water.  Tea tree essential oil is a very effective germicide and will also eliminate any odor on your sponge.
  • 1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar or white vinegar in 1 cup of warm water.
  • 1 teaspoon colloidal silver in 1 cup of warm water.  There is no pathogenic organism known that is not killed by colloidal silver in 6 minutes or less.

Never place a sea sponge in boiling water, microwave, or dryer.  This will harden your sponge.  Never use strong bleach.  This will weaken your sponge.  Squeeze but do not twist or pull your sponge.

If a sponge starts to become ragged, use scissors to trim off the loose pieces rather than pulling them off.  Trimming the sponge to keep it smooth will enable you to get more use out of it.


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