Candy Apple Soaps



They say an apple a day will keep the doctor away. Well, these yummy looking candy apple soaps will surely keep the dirt away. Like all our other bath soaps, these are made using high-quality moisturizing ingredients guaranteed to get your body sweet and clean. The lather on these soaps is incredibly thick and bubbly.  And just think, these candy apples will never get rotten.  They will look good and last for months.

A fun gift for teachers, kids, or yourself. Cut them in half before use -  they are big enough to share.

NOTE: This soap comes beautifully packaged. Ready for gift giving.

For party favors – a 20% discount applies to orders of 8 or more apple soaps.

Curing time for these soaps is from 2-3 weeks. So for special events, place your order early.

How to care for your luxury soap:
Allow your soap to dry between uses. We recommend using one of our wooden soap dishes.

These candy apple soaps are made in small batches using the melt and pour method. Unlike commercial, mass-produced soap, these soaps takes weeks to cure. This long curing process maintains the integrity of the nutrients, essential oils and vitamins. Handmade soaps do not contain any preservatives, bleaches or fillers. All of the natural glycerin is retained which allows you to cleanse your body without stripping away natural oils...

The stick is easily removed. The apples can also be sliced into smaller pieces using a standard kitchen knife.

Handmade soaps may have a higher entry price, but that’s because they provide wholesome benefits when it comes to your health and well-being.

NOTE: This soap comes beautifully packaged. Great for gift giving.

Moisturizer, sodium cocoate, propylene glycol, sodium stearate, glycerin, water, sorbitol, goat milk, titanium dioxide, mica colorants, fragrance oil.  

Is  lye (sodium hydroxide) used to make handmade soaps?

The answer is -- of course. 
No lye -- No soap!

All REAL soap is made with lye (sodium hydroxide mixed with liquid).Any skin or hair cleansing product made without sodium hydroxide is not soap, it is detergent.

The chemical reaction of making soap is called saponification. This is when the lye and oil molecules have combined and chemically changed into soap and glycerin. There is no lye present in the finished bars of soap after saponification.

Our soaps are made in small batches. The design on each new batch may differ slightly. But, we guarantee that every new batch is equally beautiful.

Allergy Warning:

All my soaps are perfectly safe for sensitive skin. However, if you have specific sensitivities and/or allergies, please read the ingredient list carefully before purchasing. Products may have come into contact with nut products, wheat, or soya. *** Most of our soaps also contain Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Sunflower Oil, and/or Avocado Butter. Our soaps may have come into contact with these or other allergens, such as almonds, peanuts, and other tree nuts. If you or a gift recipient has allergic reactions to any of our soaps, we recommend discontinuing use of any of our soaps.


These are the size of a real candy apple.  Use a regular kitchen knife to cut slices.

  • Approximate Weight:  9 – 11 oz.   
  • 9.5” round

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