Cuckoo For Coconuts - Face & Body Soap



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Soften up with coconut milk soap infused with reviving orange and toning vetivert

The irresistible combination of organic coconut milk and fresh coconut cream softens your skin as finely hand milled desiccated coconut gently exfoliates. Reviving orange oil and toning vetivert plus the earthy aroma and warming embrace of Ukrainian coriander essential oil makes this natural soap extra special.

All products are handmade 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 dry and sun-worn skin
  • Fresh Organic Coconut Decoction (Cocos nucifera and Aqua), Fair Trade Organic Non-GMO Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Organic Non-GMO Rapeseed Oil (Brassica napus), Fresh Organic Non-GMO Coconut Milk (Cocos nucifera and Aqua and Guar Gum), Organic Palm-Free Vegetable-Derived Glycerine, Organic Non-GMO Sorbitol, Palm-Free Vegetable-Derived Sodium Stearate, Sodium Hydroxide, Non-Nano Titanium Dioxide, Organic Coconut Pulp CO2 (Cocos nucifera), Organic Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis), Organic Vetivert Oil (Vetiveria zizanoides), Organic Coriander Oil (Coriandrum sativum), Hand Harvested Sea Salt (Sodium chloride), Organic Non-GMO Dried Coconut (Cocos nucifera)
  • 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 (even natural brands) 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.

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