Unearth Malee

Unearth Malee Calamansi White Tea Organic Soap



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Hand Made Made in USA Sustainable Production Cruelty Free Vegan Non-toxic Charity


Calamansi is a small citrus fruit mainly grown on the Philippines Islands, and contains a high content of Vitamin C.

Used fresh on the skin to help lighten dark spots, Unearth Malee infuses the fresh juice that is locally grown, and also infuse the powder from the dried rinds. Makes a great face and body soap bar! All handmade, cold process soap with a base of certified organic vegetable oils.

Unearth Malee Asian Inspired Organic Soaps are all made in small batches with certified organic vegetable oils, organic herbs, pure essential oils, and are palm oil free. Original Palm Oil Free recipes are created in hopes to raise awareness of its effect on the deforestation of Indonesian and Malaysian rainforests.

SIZE varies between 4.5 to 5 oz / Made in USA

Don't throw away the soap packaging paper! The outside wrapping of the soap bar is made of plantable flower seeded paper. Simply soak paper in water, plant, and watch the flowers grow.


Certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Certified Organic Coconut Oil, Certified Organic Shea Butter, Castor Seed Oil, Avocado Oil, Essential Oil Blend, Calamansi Juice, Organic White Tea, Calamansi Powder, Kaolin Orange Clay

  • No Palm Oil
  • No Synthetic Fragrance Oils
  • No SLS
  • No Parabens
  • No Melt and Pour Soap Bases
  • No Chemical Preservatives


Unearth Malee blossomed from the rich cultural surroundings that creator, Marie, grew up in. Her Thai-American background gave her the daily fortune of experiencing exotic Asian cuisine. It was her mother’s kitchen that offered the perfect setting for her intrigue of savory essences of fragrant Asian herbs and spices. Smells of cilantro, lemongrass, ginger, kaffir lime, coconut milk, tamarind, and jasmine rice would permeate throughout the house.

“Malee” in Thai refers to a jasmine flower. It is also a name passed down three generations in Marie’s family. Named after her grandmother, she longed to identify with her Thai roots. She continues to discover what her culture means to her and how she could incorporate that with her creations in order to share it with others.


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