Sea Moss, Shea & Oatmeal Soap

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By now we all know how effective soap is, sea moss has a high mineral content that is very beneficial to our skin.  It is richly hydrating and has antibacterial properties which can promote healthy skin.  These bars are great for sensitive skin, there's no color or fragrance added, purely...

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By now we all know how effective soap is, sea moss has a high mineral content that is very beneficial to our skin.  It is richly hydrating and has antibacterial properties which can promote healthy skin.  These bars are great for sensitive skin, there's no color or fragrance added, purely naked. This soap is suitable for daily use and the rich thick lather leaves your skin feeling clean.

If skin irritation occurs discontinue use.  Soap should be kept in a dry place, it will last longer.

INGREDIENTS: Aloe Vera Juice, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Certified Sustainable Palm, Fresh Sea Moss Purée,  Castor Oil,  Sodium Hydroxide, Cocoa Butter, Coconut Milk, Kaolin Clay, Colloidal Oats and Sodium Lactate.

net wt. of each bar is not less than 5oz.

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