The Harvester - Autumn Harvest

Buk'n Bar

BAR_HARV

Our The Harvester ranch soap bar has a warm Autumn Fruit Harvest scent. 

It is made with our proprietary 5 oils and Shea Butter formula, Colloidal Oatmeal, Rhassoul Clay and a touch of Sea Salt, which gives it a soothing and satisfying lather that nourishes and moisturizes while getting you clean before and after long days of bringing in the harvest. 

Mild Exfoliation 

Ranch work gets you dirty, Buk'n Bar gets you clean - BUK'N CLEAN!

As with all Buk'n Bar soaps, The Harvester bar holds true to our 5 Ranch-Approved Qualities:

  1. Thick and Rich Lather that
  2. Creates Big Sudsy Bubbles, which has
  3. Strong Cleansing Properties to get you undeniably clean while still being
  4. Nourishing and Moisturizing, all in a
  5. Hard and Long-Lasting Bar.

Weight - 4.5 oz

All Buk'n Bar soaps are made in small batches by hand. Because our entire soapmaking process is done by hand, from measuring and mixing the ingredients, to pouring the batter into the molds, to cutting the small batch loaves into individual soaps, you could say that our soaps are handcrafted; and while that would be true, we prefer to call our process "Ranchcrafting" and say our soaps are "Ranchcrafted by Hand".

It should be noted that due to our Ranchcrafted by Hand process that there will be slight variations between the physical qualities - the size and weight - of each bar of soap. However, don't worry, the variations are very small and the quality will never be impacted. Every Buk'n Bar bar of soap will always hold true to our 5 Ranch-Approved Qualities or it will not be sold. If you feel a Buk'n Bar bar of soap you purchased from us does not live up to your Ranch-Approved expectations, just contact us and we will make it right and refund you the purchase price.

Ingredients: Saponified Oils (of Olive, Coconut, Certified Sustainable Palm, Sunflower & Castor), Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide*, Shea Butter, Fragrance, Colloidal Oatmeal, Rhassoul Clay, Sea Salt, Sodium Lactate.

*Used to create the saponification process that turns oils (fats/triglycerides) into soap. All soap must go through this process in order to become soap. None of this ingredient remains in the soap bar itself.