Oak Detector soap is an handcrafted, small-batch cold processed soap. It has a fresh fragrance that starts with crisp, fresh-picked McIntosh and Granny Smith apples and finishes with subtle notes of woodsy oak leaves. The fresh apple scent is prominent, but can you detect the subtle oak finish? 🙂
Unlike many apple soaps, Oak Detector is not a soap that smells like apples and cinnamon or apple pie. Instead, its scent is that of an apple picked fresh from the tree and sliced open to eat. Oak detector will remind you of holding an apple to your nose on a fall day spent apple picking. The fragrance makes Oak Detector the perfect bar to use during a relaxing bath while burning a The Harder They Fall soy candle.
The primary ingredients in Oak Detector soap include olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, water, sodium hydroxide, sweet almond oil, and castor oil. As a result, Oak Detector produces a pleasant lather.
To produce its lovely swirl pattern, I colored Oak Detector with titanium dioxide, rust oxide, and micas. I then topped each bar with a mica swirl design. Each bar of Oak Detector is unique with variations in swirl pattern and slight variations in size. However, the bars are approximately 5.0 oz.
Want to see this soap being cut? You can watch my YouTube video here: https://youtu.be/2Lcg5ranmPs