Cinnamon Soaps and Products

Cinnamon, Cinnamomum verum, smells spicy, warm and clove-like. The essential oil we use comes from the leaves of the tree.
$7.45
8 oz
Why is this ant smiling? He’s escaping with his life. We hate to use toxic chemicals around our family and pets but nobody wants ants in their kitchen. Ant Away® is safe to use around children, pets and food preparation areas. It contains only clear essential oils and water and smells pleasantly spicy, of cinnamon and clove. Simply mist your counter tops, sills and floor with Ant Away where ants travel. Why does it work? Ants use scent to communicate, laying trails of pheromones to direct colony members to food they’ve found. Ant Away masks their communication trails. It’s like trying to have a conversation at a Metallica concert. Spray Ant Away as often as you like. It may take four or five days for the ants to give up and go. Our only caution is to test our product for staining on absorbent surfaces.
In stock
+

$5.95
4.5 oz

The traditional fragrances of Germany—bergamot, cinnamon leaf, lavender, lemongrass and orange—blend and balance magnificently in Black Forest Chamomile. Faintly floral but not flowery, spicy but not piquant, it is a very popular bar among both men and women. The soap is richly superfatted with shea butter to provide a long lasting moisturizer. The beautiful color and gentle texture come from crushed chamomile blossoms.

In stock
+

$5.95
The basis of our Brown Windsor soap comes from Perfumery and Kindred Arts, a Comprehensive Treatise on Perfumery by Richard Cristiani, published in Philadelphia in 1877. Even then, the author referred to the recipe as “Old Brown Windsor Soap.” The original soap was made in Windsor, England, and exported around the world. Brown Windsor was said to be a favorite of Napoleon, a notorious lover of scent. In the U.S., the soap was sold from the time of Lewis and Clark through the Civil War and into the Twentieth Century. By now, you must be wondering what it smells like and why it was so popular. Cristiani’s recipe called for lavender, bergamot, caraway, petitgrain, cinnamon, and clove. We tested various proportions of these essential oils and chose the blend we found most satisfying. The spiciness you’ll smell in the bar comes from cinnamon and clove. The sweet citrus scent comes from bergamot, a lemon-like fruit from Italy; the green citrus aroma comes from petitgrain, distilled from the twigs and leaves of bitter orange trees. You’ll love the caraway. This essential oil, prized in perfumery, adds a sophisticated twist. Lavender ties it all together. We add shea butter and avocado oil for extra moisturizing. Like all of our soaps, this a splendid skin care bar. Our Brown Windsor looks like granite—russet brown with flecks of pure white soap. Coffee makes the rich brown color but adds no aroma. Our Coffee soap is scented entirely differently, with coffee bean extract. Brown Windsor joins our collection of traditional soaps like Old Fashioned Lye, Bay Rum, and Lavender Oatmeal. We are proud that these and many others are sold at National Parks and Historic Sites.
In stock
+

$5.95
4.5 oz
Do you remember making pomanders as a kid—an orange studded with whole cloves left to dry and scent the closet? That is what Island Spice soap smells like. Very spicy and warming, like cookies in the oven. Originally a holiday inspiration, folks demanded this soap all year 'round. It contains essential oils of nutmeg, clove leaf, cinnamon leaf, orange and tangerine, plus ground cinnamon for color. It's also superfatted with shea butter.
In stock
+

$5.95
4.5 oz

The root beer scent, also associated with birch beer and sarsaparilla, comes from essential oil of white birch. The hint of wintergreen is also from birch. Ground sassafras root and bark is added to the bar to lightly exfoliate the skin. The sassafras also makes the bar a lovely purple shade. Like all Herbaria soaps, Sassafras Birch is first and foremost a great soap with terrific lather and moisturizing hemp seed oil.

In stock
+

$5.95
4.5 oz
“Since the Best of Missouri Market five years ago, I’m never without your Sea Spice. It’s a masterpiece of soap artistry. "I was wandering happily along that September, sampling and browsing among winemakers, cheese mongers, jewelers, sculptors, and other artists. I’m one who saves all year for that fair because I buy a lot of my holiday and birthday gifts there. “Along the way, I began to smell something unimaginably pleasurable. I picked up my pace to reach the source of this fragrance. As I neared the Herbaria booth, I didn’t even mind waiting until I finally got in through the crowd to sniff the soaps on display. “I smelled several dozen bars, all with enticing essential oils and herbs and refreshing to the nose—beyond any bath or body products I’d ever come across. Each inhale moved me further into a world of rich, comforting fragrance. If I’d had the money, I’d have said, ‘One of each, please.’ “But I was under the spell of Sea Spice. I just kept returning to it. The name made me think of Old Spice, but this was surpassingly better, completely natural. “I love the way the seaweed and oatmeal scrub my skin. I love giving it as gifts. My friends and family are hooked, too.”
In stock
+

866-628-7627

info@herbariasoap.com

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, PayPal, personal checks and money orders.
Phone orders are welcome.

Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild logo
Whole Foods Market Premium Body Care logo
Best of Missouri Hands logo