Soap with lemongrass
– ICADA natural cosmetics certified
– palm oil free
- suitable for body and hair
- handmade - 80g (fresh weight)
- PETA’s cruelty-free
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|Determination of the bottle||80gr|
Our fragrant Lemongrass soap contains rich oils from olives, coconuts & sunflowers, as well as shea butter. The Lemongrass extract ensures that you not only get clean hands, but also wonderfully fresh fragrance.
The lemongrass soap has a high organic quality. This quality is tested and got the ICADA certificate. ICADA has the goal of promoting near-natural products. A natural product philosophy should be promoted in this way.
The soap is individually produced and packed by hand in northern Germany. Its packaging is a beautiful plasticfree recycling box.
Fresh weight: 80g
Like any other soap you can wash yourself normally with this Lemongrass soap - it is suitable for your hands, your body and your hair. Only for external use.
HELIANTHUS ANNUUS SEED OIL*, AQUA, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, OLEA EUROPAEA FRUIT OIL*, COCOS NUCIFERA OIL*, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII BUTTER*,CYMBOPOGON FLEXUOSUS HERB OIL*, CITRAL**, GERANIOL**, D-LIMONENE**, LINALOOL**, CITRONELLOL**, ISOEUGENOL**
*raw materials from controlled organic cultivation
**naturally contained in essential oil
Like all our products, our Lemongrass soap is of course waterneutral, vegan & fair traded.
- Without preservatives and parabens
- GMO Free
- Fragrance and artificial coloring
- Not tested on animals
- No Sodium Lauryl Sulfate or Ammonium
- Natural and Herbal
|Cosmetic products that carry the label Vegan are natural products that may contain vegetables and minerals but are devoid of animal ingredients (no milk, eggs or wax, no lanolin or animal collagen or animal fat ...). Vegan cosmetics are not of course tested on animals like the ingredients that constitute them.|
When you’re out shopping, look for PETA’s cruelty-free bunny logo—products proudly displaying this logo are cruelty-free and produced by companies that have a company-wide global ban on tests on animals.
More info : www.peta.org