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Polished Rocks

Have you ever had a rock tumbler? As a kid, I was fascinated with polished rocks, rough rocks, gemstones, sparkly stones, and really, any pretty rock! If it had sparkle, or crystals, or transparency, I just knew it was magical!  Keepin' it real, that's never changed. I'm 51 years old, and I'll still stop and pick up a sparkly rock, much to the embarrassment of anyone who's with me. Some of these soaps strongly resemble tumbled crystal rocks of granite, or quartz crystals, or jasper, while some look like brightly colored magical crystals from some other world. I love each and every one of them, and hand craft them with all the glee of my childhood self, finding a sparkly "gem". For a deal on a multi pack, check out Stones: Multi-Pack. For magical rocks, like Mermaid Stones, Unicorn Crystals, and Ruby Slipper Rocks, check out my Fantasy Gemstones listing, under Washing & Wizardry!


Polished Rocks

  • Usage: It's soap! Wash & rinse thoroughly, avoiding eyes.  Remove soap from standing water. Supervise young children during use, especially soaps that smell like or resemble food; soap is not edible. People with extreme sensitivities/allergies may want to conduct a spot test before use. 

    Care: To make your glycerin soap last a long time, do not let it sit in water. Best practice is to remove from the shower when you are finished, and allow soap to dry between uses. For hand soap, I recommend using a Soap Lift or a draining soap dish. If "glycerin dew" appears (looks like sweat), due to the humectant properties of the soap, simply rinse in water, it will not affect the functionality of the soap.

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