Caswell-Massey Triple Milled Centuries Sandalwood Year of Soap Twelve-Soap Set




Caswell-Massey Triple Milled Centuries Sandalwood Year of Soap Twelve-Soap Set


Caswell-Massey Triple Milled Centuries Sandalwood Year of Soap Twelve-Soap Set

Each boxed set contains (12) 5.8 ounce bars of luxurious, triple milled Sandalwood bath soaps by Caswell-Massey, one of the first American soap makers. This fragrant soap smells of fresh botanicals and cypriol which has a woody, earthy scent with overtones of spice. Made with rich natural moisturizing ingredients that lather beautifully and rinse clean, this soap leaves soft skin and a fresh clean sandalwood fragrance.

Impress your friends and loved ones with an elegant gift of Caswell-Massey sandalwood bath soap packaged in a distinctive blue box. Triple milled soap with a classic fragrance is the perfect gift for the person who seems to have everything.

No Animal Testing

Caswell-Massey’s triple milled soaps are not tested on animals. They are also free of paraben, sulfate and phthalate, so you can be comfortable using them on delicate skin.

Sandalwood Bar Soap

Included are 12 bars of Centuries Sandalwood soap. This fragrant soap smells of fresh botanicals and cypriol which has a woody, earthy scent with overtones of spice.

Luxury Bath Soaps

Our triple milled, vegetable-based sandalwood soap lasts longer and produces a beautiful, rich lather. It is never tested on animals and contains no paraben, sulfate, or phthalate.

Wonderful Gift Idea

Each sandalwood soap bar set comes in a distinctive box, perfect for gift giving on Father’s Day, birthdays or any special occasion where you want to give a gift that truly stands out.

Pampered All Year

Keep your skin looking and feeling its best with this sandalwood soap. Twelve bars of bath soap ensure that you will never be in short supply, so you can pamper yourself all year long.

Crafted in the USA

Caswell-Massey, an American Original, has been producing luxury Soaps and Fine Fragrances for over 266 years, since being founded in America in 1752.