Simply rub the lotion bar between your hands or massage it directly on your skin. Your body's heat will soften the bar, releasing skin-nourishing oils. Use on dry skin after showering.
Lotion bars can become soft under high temperatures, especially during the summer months. Once the temperature drops and the bar becomes harder again, it may take on a slightly grainy appearance on its surface, which is completely natural and does not affect the quality of the product. Raw vegetable butters, such as the organic cocoa butter in this bar, also have a tendency to form small clumps if they cool down very slowly. This is due to the constituents of the butters and it is solely an aesthetic issue.
Hand made in the UK in small batches using 100% natural ingredients. Completely free from synthetic fragrances, colourants and preservatives. Packaged in a recyclable aluminium tin with screw on lid.
Please note: You will receive one of the three flower head designs shown in the images above.
Free from preservatives, palm oil, synthetic fragrances and synthetic colourants.
Tin measures approximately 2.5cm high x 8cm diameter.
Made using high quality natural ingredients. Free from preservatives, palm oil, synthetic fragrances and synthetic colourants.
Hand crafted with plant-based butters and oils.
One half of Myrtle & Soap is based in London, UK. The company also has a studio in Reutlingen, Germany where the co-founder lives.
Cocoa Seed Butter*, Beeswax, Sweet Almond Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Wheat Germ Oil**.
** source of vitamin E.
Anastasia, the creator of the products, lives in Germany and Ellie in the UK. Despite the distance, they were incredibly excited about launching the business and were adamant to find creative ways to bridge the distance between them. The name "Myrtle", a symbol of love, prosperity and positivity, was constantly in their minds to keep them moving forward with the idea and after lots of lengthy discussions, brainstorming and planning sessions, they decided to disregard the distance and make Myrtle & Soap a reality. They created and registered Myrtle & Soap in the UK and soon after the German company followed.
Today, despite Myrtle & Soap enjoying continued success, their products are still beautifully crafted by hand in a little studio with top quality natural and sustainably sourced ingredients. They also ensure they minimise their impact on the environment by packaging their soaps in biodegradable paper bags, and use glass or aluminium containers for their skincare products.