Green Tea and Lemon Fusion Handmade Soap
This Green Tea and Lemon fusion handmade soap is vegan and is the perfect blend of aloe, French clay, with orange essential oil along with other scent blends to smell like a cup of lemon green tea. All of these ingredients combined with shea butter to nourish your skin, smell great and its just so colorful! Made from premium ingredients you know you are bathing with no chemicals, only pure soap as it should be. Each bar is hand cut and weighs approximately 4 ounces.
Light lemon scent
Pretty bar for gifting
Contains aloe, a great treat for your skin!
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Organic Palm Oil, Shea Butter, Fragrance, Orange EO, French Clay, Aloe, Neon Color, Ultramarine, Mica
Vegan. All Natural. No parabens. Never animal tested.
When in use, soap should be kept on a soap dish that drains well or hung in a soap saver pouch and should be allowed to dry between uses.
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