Scent: Grounding, balances the mind and lifts the spirit.

Yellow dock: A medicinal herb ally. Healers of First Nations people and Native Americans would use yellow dock root pulverized into a poultice for various skin condtions such as psoriasis, eczema, boils, sores and bruises. It is seen here in Nova Scotia growing abundantly in fields, roadsides and garden edges. An infusion of this skin healing herb imparts the soap's earthy red colour.

Sedna: Inuit goddess of the sea who appreciates those whose efforts protect and honour the sea and its creatures.

Ingredients: aqua, saponified oils of olive, coconut*, palm*, shea butter*, yellow dock root*, essential oils of patchouli*, cedarwood, geranium & vetivert       * certified organic 

A customer says:

I LOVE your Sedna soap. I cannot live without it. It comes with me when I travel. I give it as gifts, and visiting guests who use it inadvertently become lovers of Sedna, too. I even keep slices of it on a string hanging in my closet and off the rear view mirror of my girlfriend’s car. It just smells so great! For Christmas, a friend gave me three beautiful looking and lovely smelling all natural, locally made soaps, and they didn’t even come close to comparing to the glory of Sedna. They’re sitting in my bathroom cabinet. Their futures are unknown… Love live Earth Elementals!  - T. Fisher