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Pakwan Soap (watermelon)

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Pakwan Soap (watermelon)

from 6.00

Sweet Pakwan and tart lemonade blend great for spring and summer.  Made with Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Shea Butter, Fragrance of Watermelon and Lemonade, Avocado Oil, Salt, Kaolin Clay, Oats, French Clay, Neon Color, Oxide, and Activated Charcoal.

Trivia!

One of the major fruits in the Philippines is watermelon. Pakwan, as it is called in Tagalog, is eaten mainly as dessert. Its rind is used in making preserves and picklesWatermelon is best planted on land not previously used growing watermelon. Soil should be well-drained sandy loam, rich in organic matter, light and loose.In commercial practice, it is planted in lowland areas such as Bataan, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Rizal, Batangas and Laguna after rice harvest.

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Sweet Pakwan and tart lemonade blend great for spring and summer.  Made with Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Shea Butter, Fragrance of Watermelon and Lemonade, Avocado Oil, Salt, Kaolin Clay, Oats, French Clay, Neon Color, Oxide, and Activated Charcoal.

Trivia!

One of the major fruits in the Philippines is watermelon. Pakwan, as it is called in Tagalog, is eaten mainly as dessert. Its rind is used in making preserves and picklesWatermelon is best planted on land not previously used growing watermelon. Soil should be well-drained sandy loam, rich in organic matter, light and loose.In commercial practice, it is planted in lowland areas such as Bataan, Bulacan, Pampanga, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Rizal, Batangas and Laguna after rice harvest.