We have been making handmade cold process soap in small batches with 100% natural ingredients for nearly 20 years. All our products are safety assessed by an independent UK chemist and our expertise means you get a gentle product, kind to your skin with a luxurious lather. All soaps are cured for 4 weeks, are beautifully mild and are wrapped in recyclable paper. We also produce a range of organic lip balms, sublime whipped butters and drawing on our extensive knowledge of herbs we produce some wonderfully calming and soothing salves for troubled skin. Ginette has a diploma in herbal medicine and is always researching botanicals and their many uses. All our products are packaged in recyclable and sustainable material, planet kind - as nature intended.
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Orange needs no introduction but patchouli maybe does! Earthy, musky, oriental and mysterious, patchouli is a very distinctive scent. It has been used for cracked and chapped skin, eczema and all manner of skin conditions. This is a wonderfully healing butter. Made to order.
100ml tin (Min nt wt 90g)
prunus amygdalus dulcis oil, theobroma cacao seed butter, butyrospermum parkii butter, prunus armeniaca butter, triticum vulgare germ oil, tocopherol, maranta arundinacea root powder, pogostemon cablin leaf oil, citrus sinensis peel oil, limonene.
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