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Sustainably sourced bamboo charcoal deeply cleanses and detoxifies skin absorbing excess oil and gently exfoliates. Organic Licorice Root, known for its antibacterial and moisturizing qualities, deeply cleanses helping to unblock pores, allowing your skin to breath properly once again. Don't you worry, it won't leave you smelling like a miner. Each bar is infused with spicy-sweet detoxifying licorice root and sensual sandalwood and rosewood essential oils.
All products are made in small batches in Canada.
*This is a handmade product. Look may vary with batch
3.5 oz (100 g) bar
Suitable for all skin types, especially oily or blemish-prone skin.
How To Use: Lather between hands with water, and apply generously to face and body. Rinse thoroughly.
ETHICALLY SOURCED ORGANIC VEGAN INGREDIENTS:
Fresh Organic Licorice Root Decoction (Glycyrrhiza glabra and Aqua), Fair Trade Organic Non-GMO Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Organic Non-GMO Rapeseed Oil (Brassica napus), Organic Palm-Free Vegetable-Derived Glycerine, Organic Non-GMO Sorbitol, Palm-Free Vegetable-Derived Sodium Stearate, Sodium Hydroxide, Non-Nano Titanium Dioxide, Organic Bamboo Charcoal (Bambusa vulgaris), Organic Bay Leaf Oil (Laurus nobilis), Organic Sandalwood Oil (Santalum spicatum), Organic Rose Geranium Oil (Pelargonium roseum x asperum), Hand Harvested Sea Salt (Sodium chloride)
Is your sandalwood sustainably harvested? As demand for sandalwood grows, it has unfortunately led to widespread overharvesting. Every drop of organically grown sandalwood oil Sudsatorium uses has been sourced sustainably from the Kalgoorlie region of Australia. Sudsatorium only buys from Australian government sponsored state auctions that limit the number of trees that are allowed to be harvested every year and who also mandate harvesters plant new sandalwood saplings to replace every mature tree they cut down.What is Sodium Hydroxide? All soap, including natural soap, is made with lye. Sodium hydroxide is the form of lye used to make hard bar soap. However, there is no lye in the end product. When the lye mixes with oils it saponifies to become soap. What is left behind is pure, natural and non-toxic soap with nothing of the original ingredients left behind.
I have soap bars that don’t list lye or sodium hydroxide as an ingredient. How is this possible if all soap is made with lye? Because of the confusion over the safety of lye, companies sometimes label their products with things like “sodium cocoate” or words like “saponified". These are consumer-friendly ways of saying that lye was used to convert fats into soap. Remember, there is no lye in the end product and these soaps are safe and non-toxic.
What does super fatted mean? Sudsatorium and some other companies superfat their soaps which simply means they add more oils than necessary to ensure that after the sodium hydroxide has done its job and disappears, there is still plenty of moisturizing oils left behind for an ultra gentle soap.