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Soap is just a soap? Or is it? If you think about it, you use it all the time! And you just can‘t live without it...
When you come home from work and start preparing dinner, when you play exciting games with your kids (and sometimes fun means dirty!), when you take the pips out of cherries to make delicious jams, when you collect your favourite spices, you always need a soap!
Soap does not have to be just a soap. It has to be of good quality. Also nice smelling. And pretty! It is important that the
soap does not dry your skin and that is why we only use natural olive, coconut, shea, sunflower and castor oils. We produce them using cold method, during
which the soap is maturing for at least a month to preserve its good qualities. Therefore, the effect on the skin is extremely mild. We scent our soaps exclusively with combinations of essential oils, as only this way you can discover the authenticity of natural scents and understand that synthetic scents are too strong and too aggressive for your nose.
Green Happiness is calling for spring! Fresh green and white colours are there to fight nostalgic mood while lime and mint scent will give you energy. The soap is suitable for your hands as well as body and, you can also sniff it if you are feeling blue… A great gift for those who suffer from a bad mood or lack of inspiration.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Natural soap dissolves in water, so unlike synthetic soap bars, we recommend to keep your natural soap dry after using. Avoid contact with eyes.
Sodium Olivate (saponificated olive oil), Sodium Cocoate (saponificated coconut oil), Sodium Shea Butterate (saponificated shea oil), Sodium Sunflowerate (saponificated sunflower oil), Sodium Ricinoleate (saponificated castor oil), Citrus Limon (lemon) Peel Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (sweet orange) Peel Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Citrus Aurantifolia (lime) Peel Oil, Mentha Arvensis (corn mint) Herb Oil, CI 77288, Citral*, Limonene*, Linalool*. *Naturally occuring in essential oils. 100% natural origin of total.