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Litsea and Cedarwood Body Soap 110gr approximately

Regular price $8.00 AUD
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French red clay contains minerals and is rich in iron. It cleanses, detoxifies, and exfoliates the skin and makes it toned and rejuvenated. Australian white kaolin clay does not make your skin dry. This natural body soap is gentle on your skin and makes it soft and healthy. Litsea essential oil although is not a citrus, it has a distinctly citrusy aroma. Sweet, fruity and fresh toast brings fresh energy. Cedarwood Essential Oil is known for its sweet and woody fragrance, which has been characterized as warm and comforting.

Kaolin clay is suited for people with dry, sensitive, and mature skin.

Saponified oils of olea europea (olive)fruit, coconus nucifera (coconut oil), ricinus communis (castor oil), aqua, red french clay,kaolin white australian clay, juniperus virginiana(cedarwood essential oil) and litsea cubeba essential oil.

What's inside

Nothing to hide, our products are

✓ Cruelty free 
✓ 100% Vegan    
✓ Preservatives Free
✓ Palm oil free    
✓ Aluminium Free
✓ Made with love
✓ Handmade in Western Australia

Care instructions

Always store the product under 30°

Discontinue if you develop any skin irritation


Support your locals

All our ingredients are natural, Australian and organic when possible.

Where do they come from?
Fragonia and Kunzea essential oil come from The Paperbark, a beautiful distillery based in Harvey, WA. 

The olive oil used in our soaps is from GinGin, WA. 

Some of the clays are Australians. 

The gorgeous organic flowers are from Austral herbs. 

We use fair trade shea butter, organic and unrefined from Delux Shea Butter.

Labels and boxes are from Perth based businesses. 

Our mission is to support small Australian business

Other things to know:

About our soaps

If you’re new to handmade soap, it’s important to remember that many types of natural products have a shorter shelf life compared to storebought soaps. This is because most homemade bars of soap contain natural ingredients and don’t have any of the chemicals or preservatives found in store-bought brands that prolong shelf life.

How to store our soaps

Use a soap dish. In particular a soap dish with drainage is best as it prevents water from turning your soap mushy.
Use a washcloth to wipe off excess moisture if it’s very wet after a shower.
Allow your soap bar to dry out completely between uses if possible. When your soap bar becomes too small to use, don’t throw it out! Store soap slivers in a small cloth pouch and use it.

* Remove the decoration before use, where present*