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Mandarin & Geranium Hand & Body Wash

Raw, uncooked & cured, this unique liquid soap was cold-processed to retain its hydrating and skin-nourishing properties. With citrus-floral essential oils to inspire ease and serenity.

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£ 17

Size: 100g
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A citrus-floral flush of serenity and ease, this mandarin and geranium liquid soap was cold-processed (made without heat) to retain the nutrients in its oil based recipe. Leaves skin smooth and hydrated, well after washing.

Made in the ancient “castile” tradition using moisturising extra virgin organic olive oil, and gentle enough even for face and baby’s skin, this is unlike any wash in the world.

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Weight 0.425 kg
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HOW TO USE

HOW TO USE

Massage well onto wet skin (hands or body), then rinse.

Avoid soap entering into eyes. Natural soap is safe, but can sting. If this happens, simply rinse out with plenty of water.

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INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENTS

spring water  |  aqua
organic extra virgin olive oil  |  potassium olivate
organic sunflower seed oil  |  potassium sunflowerate
organic coconut oil  |  potassium cocoate
organic virgin hemp seed oil  |  potassium hempseedate
organic castor oil  |  potassium castorate
organic mandarin oil  |  citrus nobilis peel oil*
organic rose geranium oil  |  pelargonium graveolens flower oil*

*[naturally occurring citral, citronellol, geraniol, limonene & linalool]

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Reviews (5)

5 reviews for Mandarin & Geranium Hand & Body Wash

  1. Gerhard

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  5. Chris Ames

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