Craft body soap Rosemary 100g

This soap that is naturally rich in glycerin and with high content of shea butter leaves your skin clean, moisturized and silky soft. The olive oil, abundant in Vit E, makes a great team with the powerful softening karite. It turns hand and body washing into small ritual. There is n need to use hand cream after use of this soap.

Fresh rosemary, eucalypt and lavender aroma

Suitable for body and hands

Does not contain palm oil!


How is it used?
Full contents / INCI
For the most curious

All our soaps hold extremely rich content of karite that makes them perfect for even an extra dry and/or sensitive skin. We use the so called cold method for making our soaps that is one of the best methods as it preserves all qualities of the ingredients used. Thanks to the method and also to the high quality components inside, the soap perfectly cleanse your skin by leaving it hydrated and silky soft. Glycerine is a natural compound that is naturally found during the soap making process. It is an ingredient that attracts and locks in moisture in the skin and that makes our soap the perfect choice for a smooth and feeling-good skin.

The most serious part in the how-to for our soaps is not the use but the storage. As they are really rich in glycerin they easily attract water so you must keep them as dry as possible between uses. The best is to store them in a draining soap dish so that it keeps good airflow circulation.

INCI : Olea europaea fruit oil ,Aqua, Cocos nucifera oil, Butyrospermum parkii butter, Brassica campestris seed oil, Sodium hydroxide(не присъства в крайния продукт) , Ricinus communis oil, Rosmarinus officinalis Leaf oil , Eucalyptus globulus leaf oil, Cymbopogon schoenanthus , Lavandula angustifolia , Indigo tinctoria, linalool*, limonene*, geraniol*
*allergens naturally contained in essential oils

Why sometimes even when I choose soap “enriched” with glycerine , my hands get dry, chapped or rough? This is happening because during the production of most commercial soap brands, the glycerine is removed so that the cost of production decreses. In reality, the real soap does not have to be “enriched” with glycerine because glycerine is naturally occurring during the soap making process. This step is called saponification and it happens the moment when fatty acids are combined with a strong alkali.

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