This unscented soap is made from our core high quality ingredients and honours the beadwork of Dorothy Profeit, a Northern Tutchone woman from the community of Mayo. Aunty Dorothy is well known for her sewing and has made everything from Yukon Parkas, to traditional wedding dresses and clothing for her many grandchildren. She is back to beading after recovering from an injury which prevented her from sewing for many years. This beaded flower was made for a vest for her dear friend and daughter-in-law..
Each Indigenous artisan soap features a photograph of the traditional beadwork printed on dissolvable paper and includes a brief story about the artist. Packaged in biodegradable plastic and a hand-stamped bag.
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A soap suitable for all skin types and a great gift for yourself or someone that shares in the appreciation for this art form.
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