Hermitage Soap Trio for Women

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From Holy Cross Monastery
HERMITAGE SOAP TRIO FOR WOMEN

Long-lasting and natural, with appealing fragrances, these olive oil soaps are handcrafted by monks at Holy Cross Monastery in Wayne, West Virginia.

Includes one each: Goat Milk Lavender, Wild Rose & White Lilac

Each bar is 3.5 oz.

Trio for Women

Lavender: The monks tried many different lavender essential oils before discovering this one, which is the most floral of all lavenders.

Wild Rose: At once bright and delicate, this fragrance captures the soft, sweet aroma of bedewed roses.

White Lilac: Brings you the soft, sweet scent of freshly blooming spring lilacs year-round.

Ingredients:

Goat Milk Lavender: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Goat Milk, Sodium Palmate, Sodium Hydroxide, Lavandula Officinalis (Lavender) Oil, Water, Lavandula Augustifolia (Lavender) Flowers

Wild Rose: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Water, Sodium Palmate, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance

Vanilla Bean: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Water, Sodium Palmate, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, Dill



Holy Cross Monastery: Wayne, West Virginia

is an English-speaking monastery under the jurisdiction of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia in the Diocese of Eastern America & New York.

Holy Cross is a growing monastery consisting of more than two dozen monks, novices, candidates and lay workers, many of them converts to the Orthodox Faith. The monastery community comprises both seasoned monks who have lived very full monastic lives for decades, and many younger monks who have brought to the monastery a youthful vigor and energy.

The monastery is located on 180 acres of land in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia. The surrounding hills and forests provide the monastery with seclusion from the distractions and temptations of the world, as well as a daily reminder of the beauty of God's creation. These two aspects of our physical setting help to lead them to prayer.

The monks support themselves mainly by manufacturing incense in the ancient Athonite tradition and handmade soap, as well as through selling other liturgical items and products.

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