A beautiful, artisan coconut milk soap on a rope, named Atlas.

 

This soap is made with all natural ingredients, with no artificial colourants or fragrances. It is scented with an uplifting blend of tea tree and eucalyptus essential oils and coloured with dead sea mud. The mud is full of minerals such as magnesium that helps remove dead skin cells, helping to reinvigorate your skin. The coconut milk gives this soap a lovely luxurious, creamy lather that will leave your skin nourished and soft. 

 

We have chosen hemp rope to hold the bar, not only because it fits with the collection theme but also as it's one of the most sustainable and flexible ingredients. As an added bonus, it is beautiful and helps you keep your bar dry!

 

The soap base is made with luxurious butters such as avocado and cocoa butter a well as gentle oils such as hemp, apricot kernel and castor. 

 

Our CocoHemp Collection contains a series of eight different soaps and is made by the traditional cold processed method.

 

The packaging and labels are made from recycled brown paper, in line with our mission statement of plastic free, palm free products.

 

All bars are handmade so please allow minor variations in the appearance of the product.

 

Contains limolene as naturally occurring in essential oils.

 

SAFETY AND CONTRAINDICATIONS:
For external use only. If irritation occurs, discontinue use of this product.
Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. If soap enters the eye, make sure you rinse with plenty of water.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
Lather up with plenty of water and work it on your body or hands.
Ensure the bar remains dry between uses to increase longevity.

Coconut Milk Soap With Tea Tree, Eucalyptus & Dead Sea Mud

£5.75Price
  • Sodium Cocoa Butterate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Hempseedate, Sodium Apricot Kernelate, Sodium Avocadate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Milk, Aqua, Glycerin, Sodium Ricinoleate, Maris Limus, Kaolin Clay, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil , Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Limolene*

    *Naturally occurring in essential oils