The juice of the ripe red fruits of the prickly pear cactus are used by traditional Navajo rug weavers as a source of dye for their wool. Prickly Pear is the classic Western cactus, scattered all over the Southwest, often growing where nothing else will grow. The fruit begins to ripen in midsummer to a deep red color and produces a very sweet purple-red juice. The fruit is harvested by many animals as well as people. Although 85-90% water by weight, prickly pear fruit is rich in Vitamin C and is a good source of carbohydrates. The Blue Cornmeal? Blue Cornmeal is high in antioxidants and added to our soaps scrubs that dirt away so cleanly and naturally!! The Essential Oils we chose for this soap are a blend of Lavender, Lemongrass & Cedarwood.
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