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Ube Lavender

from 6.00
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Ube Lavender

from 6.00

This Ube inspired soap is made with olive oil, coconut oil, organic palm oil and Shea butter along with Lavender essential oil and a beautiful purple pigment make for a rich lavender/ube experience. 

Trivia!

The purple yam, which is pronounced (oo-beh), has been lazily dubbed as just another hipster trend or Instagram darling that you will soon be sick of — but those headlines are wrong. 

Sure, the root vegetable, which has a sublime deep purple color, makes for a highly photogenic donut and ice cream base, but it's also a staple of Filipino cuisine that deserves a bit more respect and understanding. Ube is not an exotic ingredient in the Philippines, but a common everyday ingredient. It's essentially the Philippines' equivalent of a sweet potato.

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This Ube inspired soap is made with olive oil, coconut oil, organic palm oil and Shea butter along with Lavender essential oil and a beautiful purple pigment make for a rich lavender/ube experience. 

Trivia!

The purple yam, which is pronounced (oo-beh), has been lazily dubbed as just another hipster trend or Instagram darling that you will soon be sick of — but those headlines are wrong. 

Sure, the root vegetable, which has a sublime deep purple color, makes for a highly photogenic donut and ice cream base, but it's also a staple of Filipino cuisine that deserves a bit more respect and understanding. Ube is not an exotic ingredient in the Philippines, but a common everyday ingredient. It's essentially the Philippines' equivalent of a sweet potato.