Our beautiful organic Cleansing Soap Bar provides a creamy rich lather which won't strip your skin of its natural oils, but instead adds deep hydration and nourishment. It is perfect for sensitive skin, and contains organic Shea Butter and Cocoa butter to restore and nourish tired skin, as well as different blends of essential oils to soothe the soul (and to leave you smelling fab!).
These natural soap bars are handmade in Australia by a beautiful family living on a farm in Beveridge, Victoria. We have partnered with them to bring you a premium range of organic soap bars that are zero waste, toxin free and incredibly hydrating and nourishing for the skin. Sharing our passion for eco-friendly products and operations, these soaps are free from SLS, parabens & sulphate, artificial colours & fragrances and are instead earth & ocean friendly, are zero-waste / plastic-free, and have a low carbon footprint due to its solar powered production. All of our cold pressed soaps have been handmade in small batches with a curing time of 4-6 weeks to maintain the highest quality.
Our organic Cleansing Soap Bar holds a beautiful and uplifting essential oil blend of grapefruit, lavender and ylang ylang. This fresh aromatic soap helps to relax your nervous system and contains Pink Clay to assist in removing toxins and excess oils from the skin.
Shea Butter, Pink Clay, Coconut Oil
Full Ingredients List
Ingredients: Olive Oil*, Coconut Oil*, Shea Butter*, Cocoa Butter*, Castor Oil*, Katira (natural gum), Lye, Distilled rain water, Pink grapefruit oil, Lavender oil, Pink Clay, Ylang Ylang. *Denotes organic
Please note: Lye and oils are used to bring our soaps to trace. Trace is a point when oils and lye water have blended and emulsified. Mixing these together is what begins the saponification process. Lye is sodium hydroxide derived from salt, and soap cannot be made without it. The finished soap product actually contains no lye in the end and so doesn't need to officially be on our ingredients list. We however are a brand that values transparency, so although a lot of soap brands may remove it from the ingredients list, this doesn't mean it hasn't been used during the manufacturing process.