Maple Bourbon Whipped Sugar Soap

Maple Bourbon Whipped Sugar Soap


What else gives you all the fall feels than warm maple and bourbon! This is a buttery, creamier texture, with the same great lather and moisturizing properties as our other whipped soaps! Bourbon and butter are the heart of this fragrance, while rich, sweet maple and vanilla finish off this irresistible baked apple dessert inspired scent!

  • Ingredients

    Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Organic Unrefined Coconut Oil, Dendritic Salt, Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Organic Turbinado Cane Sugar, Activated Charcoal, Fragrance Oil, Mica Powder.

  • Good To Know

    Paraben Free.

    MPG Free.

    Cruelty Free.

    Handmade in Jasper, GA.

    Please use caution as shower/tub may be slippery after use. We have tested our products many times and have not experienced this issue, but want to warn just to be safe. All products from Paisley and Faith are handmade and in small batches. Because of this, appearance may differ slightly with each batch.

    Recommend using product within 1year of opening. Keep lid closed after each use to retain freshness and product quality!

    Please note that any preservative that is used is used at a minimum. Although we would love to disregard preservatives all together, in some products, it is necessary and required by state health standards. All ingredients are responsibly sourced.




    Coconut oil contains nourishing fatty acids that help hydrate and protect skin. These include linoleic acid (vitamin F), which helps skin retain moisture, and lauric acid, which has antibacterial properties.

    Glycerin is a pure and natural substance that is used for multiple things. It is a cleanser, a moisturizer, a toner, and has been known to help fight acne.

    Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol that is used in skincare as a hydrating and moisturizing agent. Sorbitol also functions as a thickener, improving the texture of formulations. Sorbitol also acts as a prebiotic ingredient, helping to feed the naturally occurring bacteria on the skin.