The Salem Witch Trials - Foaming Hand Wash
In the spring of 1692, Salem, Massachusetts was consumed with mass hysteria. It all started when a group of young girls began to display unusual behavior. Uncontrollable screaming, seizures, and trance-like states were some of the symptoms these girls suffered. Unable to find a source for their erratic behavior, the community concluded that it was the work of the devil. It was believed that the devil granted certain humans the power to harm others in return for their loyalty. These humans were otherwise known as witches. The witch hunt was set in motion to find those responsible for these sinister deeds. Over the course of a year, two hundred people were accused, thirty were found guilty, and nineteen were executed by hanging. The witch trials came to an abrupt ending when Governor Sir William Phips' wife was accused of witchcraft. He quickly prohibited any further arrests and pardoned any of those who were accused.
A lathering foaming hand wash in a pump style 10oz bottle.
With notes of crisp green apple, it is a tribute to Bridget Bishop's apple orchard that once stood in the heart of Salem, Massachusettes. It is rumored that the smell of her apples lingers in the air to this day.
Saponified olive, coconut, sunflower oils, aloe vera, shea butter, rosemary extract, citric acid, green apple, citrus, berry, peach, musk oils.
All ingredients are natural, skin safe, and vegan.