Calendula and Chamomile Soapnut Soap Bar by Living Naturally
This soap is great for all your needs. There’s no need to go out and search for different soaps for different parts of your body, you can use this on your face, hands and your body- how fab is that?
It’s great for gently cleaning and is suitable for dry sensitive skin and those with unbalanced skin. It’s so gentle that you can use it as a soap/shampoo for babies and for anyone with fine hair.
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The ethically sourced ingredients of this fab soap bar which are organically certified and do not include palm oils, include organic calendula which has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Calendula is known for speeding up the healing process. It is also known for helping with things such as sunburn, acne, cuts, nappy rash and sores.
Then we have pure chamomile oil. This oil is known for its effectiveness at healing skin. It is an anti-oxidant and also has cleansing and moisturizing properties. It is thought of as fully-fledged skincare treatment and is also known for its wound healing capabilities and for it’s positive effect on acne, skin irritations and sunburn. Did I mention that all of these ingedients are ethically sourced, organically certified and do not include palm oils.
I bet your never thought that you’d need to be told how to use a bar of soap but just in case you not sure. All that you need to do is wet the soap and make a lather with your hands or sponge. Then apply the lather to your skin and wash as normal before rinsing off.
Don’t leave your soap in a soggy dish or an area with flowing water. To prolong the life of your soap you need to let it dry between uses. Why not check out my soap dishes to help prolong your soaps life.
THE INGREDIENTS FOR THIS LOVELY SOAP ARE: Olea Europaea (olive) fruit oil, Organic Sapindus Mukorossi (soapnut) fruit extract, Sodium hydroxide*, Anthemis Nobilis (chamomile) flower oil, Organic Calendula Officinalis (calendula) flower extract and petals.
*After the saponification process no sodium hydroxide remains.