Sleepy Hollow - Haunted Hand Bar
In 1820 American author Washington Irving wrote a tale of a headless horseman who terrorizes a village now known as Sleepy Hollow, NY. The legend describes a schoolmaster named Ichabod Crane from Connecticut. He competes with a man named Abraham Van Brunt for the hand of an 18-year-old woman named Katrina Van Tassel. Katrina’s father is a wealthy farmer and Ichabod see’s her hand in marriage as a means of obtaining her family's wealth. After a failed attempt to secure Katrina’s hand, Ichabod rides home on his horse. While riding through Sleepy Hollow he stumbles upon a cloaked man on a horse. Ichabod realizes that the mysterious riders head is not on his shoulders, but on his saddle. Ichabod races off into the night in fear of his life. The headless horseman behind him hurls its severed head right in his direction. Ichabod unsuccessfully attempts to dodge the flying head and gets knocked off his horse right into the dust. Ichabod was never seen again. Over time the headless horseman has been depicted holding a carved, lit jack-o-lantern.
A cold-processed shea based soap bar made for washing your hands. The image inside is not a physical item and will disappear towards the end of the soap. It is placed to last throughout the life of the soap.
Pumpkin. A tribute to the headless horseman's infamous head.
Coconut oil, palm oil, safflower oil glycerine, purified water, oatmeal, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, sorbitan oleate, oat protein, titanium dioxide.
All ingredients are natural, skin safe, and vegan.