Herbie • Artisan Soap
Herbie • Artisan Soap
Herbie • Artisan Soap

Herbie • Artisan Soap

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A soap designed for the royalty that you are! Lavender, oakmoss, neroli, tarragon, mint and sandalwood notes will have you revering yourself from head to toe.

Vegan & Cruelty Free

Every small batch is hand crafted and formulated in Astoria, NY.

Approx. 4.5 oz (Bars are hand cut so weight may vary. Handcrafted soap loses weight through time but this makes the soap longer lasting as well.)

For external use only. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.

Keep your soap in a dry area in between use. To help extend the life of your soap, use a soap dish. Get yours HERE.

Ingredients: organic olive oil, distilled water, organic coconut oil, organic and sustainable palm oil, rice bran oil, sodium hydroxide, castor oil, fragrance, sodium lactate, mica.

Wrapped in biodegradable packaging. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Loved it!

The smell the clean feeling. Just a great soap


I am loving this soap it smells my whole bathroom up even after a week of using it.

Must purchase!

I had been curious about Herbie and should not have waited. This is one of my favorites from the cute collection. It smells so good, a soft smell that’s a beautiful way to start the day. And as all other Lilasuds soaps - leaves the skin clean in the loveliest way. Purchase right now!

Thank you Roshnee! I am so glad you loved Herbie so much <3

Perfect gender neutral scent

My husband and I both Love love love herbie! It’s not only beautiful it smells amazing. Lilasuds are the only bar soaps I’ve used that leave my skin feeling silky soft. 10/10 recommend.

Awww! I agree!

Gorgeous scent!

This is one of the first bars I tried and it smells SO good. It's rich but not overpowering. I will note that the soap tends to separate at the mica lines, but it's not that big of a deal. If you use washcloths the pigment in the soap will leave some color on the fabric, but it will come out (at least it did in my experience).