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Jardine Juniper has seen the test of time. Originally made for wholesale accounts, it made a brief appearance on the retail scene as "Juniper Breeze." It has now put down solid roots under the name of "Jardine Juniper."

The soap is named after a destination hike in Logan Canyon, Utah. Jardine Juniper sits at the top of the 4.8-mile rugged trail, towering over the canyon and filling the air with a cool and clean aroma. Core samples reveal that the juniper is 1500 years old, one of the oldest living things on Earth.

Jardine Juniper

  • goat's milk; saponified oils of rice bran, soybean, palm kernel, palm, coconut, and shea butter; fragrance/essential oil; and skin-safe colorants

  • 4.3 oz.

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