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Saint Dorothy Apple Sage Cold Process Soap

Saint Dorothy Apple Sage Cold Process Soap

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Our Apple Sage Soap is crafted with care using a thoughtfully curated list of high-quality ingredients. It contains coconut oil, tallow, olive oil, and castor oil, which provide nourishing properties to your skin, leaving it feeling soft and moisturized. Sodium hydroxide is used for the saponification process, creating a gentle and effective cleansing experience. Water is added to create the perfect soap consistency, and sugar is incorporated for enhanced lather and a touch of sweetness. Salt is also used to help harden the bar and extend its longevity. The soap is scented with a fragrance oil that captures the delightful notes of apple, sage, pineapple, and coconut water, creating a refreshing and invigorating aroma. Lastly, mica powder is used for color, giving the soap a beautiful and vibrant hue. Rest assured, our Apple Sage Soap is made with care and attention to detail, providing you with a unique and luxurious bathing experience.

Please note that due to the handmade nature of our soap, designs may vary slightly, making each bar truly unique.  Each bar will weigh a minimum of 4.5 ounces. 

Indulge in the invigorating scent and luxurious feel of our Apple Sage Soap, and treat yourself or a loved one to a truly special and unique bathing experience. Order now and experience the joy of handmade, artisanal soap crafted with love and care.


The story associated with Saint Dorothy and apples revolves around a miraculous event that is said to have occurred during her martyrdom. As the story goes, when Saint Dorothy was brought before the Roman governor for her Christian faith, she refused to renounce her beliefs. The governor, in an attempt to make her abandon her faith, presented her with a basket of apples, which he said were a gift from her heavenly bridegroom.

Instead of succumbing to the governor's pressure, Saint Dorothy accepted the apples and thanked him. She then knelt in prayer and asked for God's blessings upon the fruit. In a miraculous turn of events, an angel appeared and adorned her with a wreath of roses and apples, which emitted a heavenly fragrance. When the governor saw this miracle, he was astonished and became enraged. He ordered Saint Dorothy to be executed, and she was subsequently martyred for her Christian faith.

As a result of this story, Saint Dorothy became associated with apples and is often depicted holding apples or wearing a wreath of apples and roses in Christian art and iconography. She is considered the patron saint of gardeners and horticulturists, and her feast day is celebrated on February 6th in the Catholic Church and on February 5th in the Eastern Orthodox Church.

The story of Saint Dorothy and apples is often interpreted as a symbol of virtue, faith, and the rewards of steadfastness in the face of persecution. It is also seen as a reminder of the power of God's grace and the intercession of angels in the lives of the faithful.  Saint Dorothy, pray for us!

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