Tea Tree & Spirulina

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£6.50£7.00

This natural handcrafted soap is part of the Nourish range and is suitable for vegans.

 

All Nourish soaps contain organic coconut milk, which is used instead to replace some of the water in the recipe.

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product description

This natural handcrafted soap is part of the Nourish range and is suitable for vegans. All Nourish soaps contain organic coconut milk, which is used instead to replace some of the water in the recipe.

 

Tea Tree oil has a medicinal, earthy, herbaceous aroma, and is well known for its bug-repelling properties. It is also anti-microbial and antiseptic so can help eliminate body odour if used regularly. Can be effective for acne-prone skin.

Eucalyptus oil has anti-bacterial properties and its scent can help relieve sinus problems.

Peppermint oil has a cooling sensation and a calming effect.

Spirulina powder is swirled into this soap. Spirulina is a blue-green algae, which has high levels of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

 

All Soap Daze soaps have a base of coconut oil, shea butter and olive oil.

 

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Additional information

Weight

112g

Brand

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How to Use

Rub against wet skin to form a soft lather, then rinse.

Ingredients

Sodium cocoate, sodium olivate, sodium shea butterate, coconut (cocos nucifera) milk (organic), melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil, mentha arventis (peppermint) oil, eucalyptus globulus, spirulina platensis powder, guar gum, naturally occurring glycerine. Constituents of essential oils: linalool, limonene.

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