Clusters of our colorful soap pieces floating in a clear glycerine bar, scented with an effervescent citrus. Looks incredible when wet!
A note from the designer: These inlaid soaps first came about as a studio experiment with end-of-day scrap pieces of soap which we embedded into white soap and sliced smooth. We then refined the look as they came to resemble the late Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata’s embedded concrete and terrazzo work.
Wary Meyers glycerine soaps are made in very small batches in their studio in Cumberland Maine, by John and Linda. They use a 100% pure vegetable base- no parabens, no phthalates, no sodium laurel sulfate, no animal testing, no detergents, and no alcohol.