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Tea Tree and Charcoal Cleansing Soap

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Tea Tree and Charcoal Soap.  Shimmery swirls of soft minty mica and deep charcoal then infused with lanolin.  Looks good enough to eat, but don’t. Lightly infused with tea tree oil, a natural healing essential oil for an all natural bar.  I find some tea tree products can be over powering and too strong.  This is more soft and calming

Fresh and clean with a slight astringent quality that you know is going to get to work to cleanse and take a bite out of tough body odor.  The lanolin is right there to partner in the party to soften the blow and nourish the skin while the charcoal and tea tree do the heavy lifting.  I personally use this on my face, especially if I have a bit of a breakout.  Great for all of those stinky feet and pits but also gentle enough for the whole body.

Cocos Nucifera (coconut), Tallow, Brassica Campestris (canola), Lanoline, Charcoal, Sodium Chloride (sea salt), Tea Tree Essential oil

 

Earn up to 10 Bumby Bucks.

Best quality ingredients

We mostly only use food grade oils and the best quality scents we can find 

We personally use the products

In fact is all I use in our home for soap.  It so good, you’re gonna love it

It is so much fun making soap, thanks for supporting our joy

And your Skin will thank you

Our soap is made with high quality Essential Oils, Fragrance Oils or Unscented.  

All bars are made with the same recipe – Sodium cocotate (coconut oil), Sodium Tallowoate (tallow), Sodium Cocoate (canola), Lanoline, Sodium Chloride (sea salt), Glycerine,  Some have Fragrance or Essential Oils, Mica for colour and a few with added charcaol as noted

approximate 4.5oz each bars.

Our soap is a Cold Press Soap, with Low Waste Packaging, wrapped in kraft paper to further reduce our environmental impact.  There are no harmful chemicals in your bar of soap, no SLS, no Parabens, no junk, just good clean soap made with care and attention.

Cold Press Soap making process, the fats listed are saponifed with sodium hydroxide to create soap and glycerin, an ancient process of soap making.  All traces of the sodium hydroxide have used up in the soap making process and “super fat” the bars to make them extra creamy