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Courage Lavender Rainbow Soap

$8.49
Sudsy rainbow soap celebrates diversity, cleanliness and courage. Handcrafted in the U.S.A. with natural ingredients!
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Courage is the willingness to endure pain and uncertainty regardless of fear. It's facing life's challenges and hardships together despite being afraid. This rainbow soap is handcrafted with natural ingredients, and a portion of proceeds go to support mental health.


Soap Size: 3" x 3" x 1"


Made in the USA. Cruelty-free.

Courage is the willingness to endure pain and uncertainty regardless of fear. It's facing life's challenges and hardships together despite being afraid. This rainbow soap is handcrafted with natural ingredients, and a portion of proceeds go to support mental health.


Soap Size: 3" x 3" x 1"


Made in the USA. Cruelty-free.

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