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Cold Process Soap #6 - Floral

 
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This large, long lasting bar of floral scented soap is produced using 100% natural ingredients and fragranced with a blend of ylang ylang, lavender & lemon essential oils offering a vibrant floral scent – perfect for a pick-me-up in the morning shower or bath. The soap is made using the cold process method which means it is left to dry or "cure" so that most of the water evaporates out of it resulting in a harder, milder and more nourished product.

The coconut oil base produces a rich, creamy lather to help nourish and moisturise the skin, so the bar works well for shaving and as a shampoo too. Coconut oil also acts as an antibiotic, multivitamin, multi-nutrient, anti-aging, anti wrinkle and anti-oxidant – all in one! This soap is incredibly long lasting and to achieve maximum longevity, it is recommended to store upright on its shortest edge to allow to dry between uses.

Hand made in Yorkshire, UK and presented in recyclable card box. Free from parabens, colourants, SLS, palm oil, fragrances, detergents, surfactants or water conditioners.  Vegan friendly.

Box measures 3cm wide x 9.5cm long x 6.5cm high.

140g.

BRITISH

Our Tiny Bees soaps are produced in Sheffield, UK. Any essential oils used in their products are English.

NATURAL

All Our Tiny Bees products are completely natural and therefore contain no paraffin, artificial fragrances or flavourings.


INGREDIENTS

Coconut oil, water, glycerine (vegetable), ylang-ylang (Cananga odorata), lavender (Lavandula Intermedia), lemon (Citrus medica limonum).

Jonathan, founder of Our Tiny Bees, keeps bees at the company premises based in Sheffield, UK.  Jon feels it gives them a direct link to what they believe in - a simpler more natural existence.  Part of his mission of bringing natural and delightful bee products to the market, is to help educate people and children about bees and the fact that natural skin care is good for you and good for British bees.