This woodsy Evergreen scent is reminiscent of the homey Northwoods. Our essential oil blend uses the refreshing scents of Eucalyptus and Fir Needle alongside the bright warmth of Blood Orange and Cedarwood to create a bar that is refreshing and complex. Nettle leaf powder is used to provide a natural, green hue. Downer Theater holds a special place in the City of Milwaukee’s history. Built in 1915, it is the oldest movie theater that still shows films. This street also hosts the annual Downer Classic Bike Race, part of the largest competitive road cycling event in the US, the Tour of America's Dairyland. Ingredients: Olive Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Castor Oil, blend of Eucalyptus, Fir Needle, Blood Orange and Cedarwood essential oils, Nettle Leaf Powder. Each bar weighs 4.5 to 5 ounces and are made by hand using natural ingredients. Please allow for color variations in your finished soap. -FUN FACTS- NO LYE No. Lye is needed to make any form of handcrafted soap. The important thing to remember is that no lye remains in the final bar of soap. Just a pure, clean and long lasting bar of soap. LONG LASTING It depends entirely on you as the bath lover or shower taker. Handmade soap will last anywhere from several weeks to several months. The bar will lasts longer if not set directly in a shower stream or on a soap dish with the ability to dry between uses. Cure time makes a big difference. Longer cure time means longer lasting bar. ESSENTIAL OILS Essential oils are natural botanical extracts of various plants, flowers, herbs, spices and fruits. Fragrance oils are chemically manufactured and can be harmful to the skin. We embrace the natural way! NO PALM OIL The palm oil industry plays a large role in human induced climate change as palm oil plantations have cleared some of the worlds most precious, carbon capturing forests. Scientists predict that the fragile orangutan population could become extinct within our lifetime if we continue to destroy their home and natural habitats for palm oil plantations.