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This trio of fine soaps is handmade from 100% all natural ingredients that are, when possible, organic or wildcrafted from sustainable sources. No preservatives, artificial ingredients or artificial fragrances here--nothing you wouldn't want to put on your skin, promise.
This pack includes:
Activated Charcoal & Dead Sea Salt Face Soap
The maker's favorite face soap! Between the super-absorbant activated charcoal and the nutrient-rich dead sea salt, this is a mild yet effective facial cleanser. They make this soap with neem oil and tea tree essential oil. The scent is sweet and musky with a mild citrus understone.
Calendula & Chamomile Soap
Both of these flowers are known for their healing properties. This is a very soothing soap, great for dry skin. The scent is floral and slightly fruity with earthy undertones.
French Green Clay Soap
French Green Clay is known for is super absorbant and detoxifying properties. This makes both a great body as well as a wonderful face soap. It even works well for getting that chlorine stink out after a swim in the pool. The scent is mild and refreshing, a blend of lavender with undertones reminiscent of a walk through a pine forest.
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