Liberty Market in Kettering has new Bare Rabbit soaps for spring – including the brand-new larger bar soap featuring a bas-relief of a mother rabbit and her baby. The locally made soaps are made from cruelty-free soap base, essential oils and herbs, and some are colored with the use of tea, undutched cocoa, or dried flower petals.
Only natural essential oils are used for fragrance, and the herbs in the soaps are grown locally and organically. Soaps are given color naturally, using marigold (yellow-gold) and lavender and hibiscus (a range of pinks, blues and purples), undutched cocoa (a nice chocolate color) or herb tea (mostly pinks; some tan). 100% of the profits from Bare Rabbit soaps are donated to help provide food and veterinary care for rabbits living in local shelters.
Currently, Liberty Market carries Bare Rabbit soaps in lavender, lemon balm, spearmint, bergamot and cocoa, although more fragrances are always in the works. 3 oz bar soaps are only $4 and the new 5 oz. bars with bas-relief rabbits are only $5. Soaps are attractively wrapped and would make great gifts!
Stop by Liberty Market near the northwest corner of Woodman and Patterson, Saturdays from 8-4 or Monday through Thursday from 4-8. Pick up a bar of Bare Rabbit soap for yourself or a friend and give the gift of nourishment and medical care to an abandoned pet.
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