Sea Salt Orchid Whipped Sugar Soap
The ocean is calling and now you can have it in your shower to nourish your skin and soothe your soul. A smooth and elegant blend of soft floral notes with salty highlights. Crisp ozonic notes of sea salt with calming notes of jasmine, lily of the valley, and tonka bean.
Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Coconut Oil, Organic Apricot Kernel Oil, Dendritic Salt (Sea Salt), Phenoxyethanol, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Organic Raw Cane Sugar, Fragrance Oils, Liquid Soap Coloring
*Phenoxyethanol, a Rose Ester with a low sensitizing factor, is the preservative. It effectively preserves the scrub without paraben.
Good To Know
Handmade in Jasper, GA.
Please use caution as shower/tub may be slippery after use. We have not experienced this issue, but want to warn just in case.
All products from Paisley and Faith are handmade and in small batches. Because of this, appearance may differ slightly with each batch.
Recommend using product within 1 year.
Apricot Kernel oil facilitates faster healing of wounds, protects skin against toxins and bacteria, lightens unwanted blemishes and dark spots, thus balancing skin tone to create an even glow.
Coconut Oil contains nourishing fatty acids that help hydrate and protect skin. These include linoleic acid (vitamin F), which helps skin retain moisture, and lauric acid, which has antibacterial properties.
Glycerin is a pure and natural substance that is used for multiple things. It is a cleanser, a moisturizer, a toner, and fights acne, just to name a few.
Sea salt helps cleanse the pores on your skin, while balancing oil production and retaining moisture from within. Its anti-bacterial properties discourage the growth of bacteria responsible for breakouts and acne. Sea salt exfoliates the skin naturally, while its minerals nourish the skin.
Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol that is used in skincare as a hydrating and moisturizing agent. Sorbitol also functions as a thickener, improving the texture of formulations. Sorbitol also acts as a prebiotic ingredient, helping to feed the naturally occurring bacteria on the skin.