It's the collab you didn't know you needed until now:
Herbivore X Perennial.
We worked with our favorite woman-owned and operated soap maker Erin at Perennial Soaps to develop an exclusive line of Herbivore Soaps, Lip Balms, Body Balms, and Solid Lotion sticks.
We went to Erin with scent ideas that hit home for Team Herbivore and reflect where we live and what we love. Erin worked her magic and brought our ideas to life as 4 amazing products that we are so completely stoked to offer you!
The Herbivore X Perennial Bar Soaps are formulated with olive oil, coconut oil, organic cocoa butter, fair trade shea butter & natural high quality fragrance oils. They are small-batch, palm oil free, and of course vegan. Each bar weighs approximately 5oz.
Pour Over - Coffee Hazelnut Scrub - Team Herbivore does not start the day without coffee and nor should you. This soap smells like freshly roasted coffee with a hint of cocoa and dash of hazelnut, and has coffee grounds mixed in for a light exfoliant.
Purple Rain - Lavender Lemon Balm - In Portland, lavender and lemon balm grow like weeds. Spring through fall, it's growing in parking strips, gardens, parks - it's everywhere. And so many types of lavender, in every yard. Literally, the most beautiful weeds. And they smell incredible, like this soap.
Stumptown - Black Spruce & Fir - The Pacific Northwest is the land of trees, rain and fog. The greenest greens and the tallest trees. This is a fragrant tribute to our Pacific Northwest Wonderland!
Green Machine - Rosemary Mint - Much like Purple Rain, rosemary and mint are literally everywhere in Portland. Essential oils make this soap so fresh and light and the smell is the relaxing salve you need.
Best Coast - Raspberry Coconut - West Coast FTW! Sweet pineapple, coconut and sunshine punctuated with raspberry, a quintessential Portland summertime fruit.
Snickerdoodle - I mean, the snickerdoodle is my favorite cookie. If you like cookies, cakes or sweets in general this is absolutely irresistible.
Ingredients are on the individual bars.