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Mint & Rosemary

Mint & Rosemary

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150g | 5.07oz

Our Mint and Rosemary bar is a gentle exfoliant which will cleanse and moisturise. Like all the bars in this range, it is enriched with organic shea butter, which is a natural skin moisturiser and creates a creamy softening lather.

Like all our soaps in this range, the Mint & Rosemary is made in Marseille, Provence, using natural vegetable oils and naturally sourced local fragrances. Locally sourced Mediterranean osemary and provencal herbs are added when the soap has saponified and is cold, so that the beneficial properties are retained.

The soap is paraben-free and cruelty-free. The recipe is an age-old traditional formula, not tested on animals. 

The soap is triple milled eliminating excess water and air, and this creates makes it a nice hard soap. As with any natural, artisan-made product, every bar might be a little bit different. Soap can behave differently depending on ambient humidity, heat and light. 


1. Naked soap, no packaging
2. Soap in an aluminium screw top tin, supplied with a length of paracord for you to knot and thread. The colours of the paracord vary. It is not possible to select the colour in your tin, but you can add an extra length of your choice to your basket. Paracord has multiple uses and can be reused for your next bar.

INGREDIENTS : sodium palmate, sodium palm kernelate, aqua (water), parfum (fragrance), palm kernel acid, sodium chloride, glycerin, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter*, thymus vulgaris (thyme) extract, thymus serpillum (wild thyme) extract, origanum majorana herb extract, origanum vulgare (oregano) flower/leaf/stem extract, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) extract, ocimum basilicum (basil) flower/leaf/stem extract, artemisia dracunculus leaf/stem extract, salvia officinalis (sage) leaf extract, anthriscus cerefolium extract, tetrasodium EDTA, tetrasodium etidronate, CI 77288


If cracks appear in your soap, this is just moisture escaping and is part of the normal process. You can just rub it in or under running water and smooth out the cracks. You can even melt and reshape the soap when it gets too small to use.

See online how to do this, and do not attempt without proper instructions. 


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