Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set

$45
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  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
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  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set
  • Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set

Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Tea Towel Set

$45
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Pure soap. Hand-Stitched Tea Towel. Made by refugees. Creating jobs in Iraq.

Life in a refugee camp offers little space for beauty or imagination, but these tea towels are changing that. Each one provides income and stability for a refugee family—and a renewed sense of purpose for the women who make them. Hand-milled soap made by refugees in Iraq, Sisterhood Soap uses natural, locally sourced ingredients.

DESCRIPTION

This limited edition kitchen set includes:

  • Sisterhood Knits, Hand-Stitched Grey Tea Towel
  • Two Sisterhood Soap, Fig & Date Bars
Our soap is all-natural, made with 100% saponified olive oil and

dried dates and figsBecause this product is handmade, it may vary in color. Fragrance-free. Allergen-free. 3 oz. One tea towel hand-stitched by Syrian refugees.

  • Items in stock will ship from the US in approximately 2 business days. Please allow 2–6 weeks for international delivery. An additional customs fee may be charged by governing authorities on international orders.

Natural Ingredients

Our soap is all-natural, made with 100% saponified olive oil and dried dates and figs.

A More Beautiful World

Each product you purchase helps restore lives and rebuild communities on the frontlines of Iraq, Syria, and beyond.

Hand-Stitched

Includes an extra soft cotton tea towel with hand-stitched accents by Syrian refugees in Iraq