London Fog Choco Soap
Made with Real Rice Milk and Earl Grey Tea Powder.
Need to warm up on a rainy day? Enjoy a nice, hot shower with our London Fog Choco Soap, a local favourite in Vancouver.
London Fog Choco Soap is one of our latest dessert-inspired cold process soaps made with real food ingredients and cocoa butter. It primarily consists of rice milk and Earl Grey tea powder that keep your skin hydrated and smooth. Like an actual chocolate bar, this Choco Soap can be easily broken into pieces for facial, hand and/or body cleansing.
Ingredients: saponified oils (coconut oil, cocoa butter, castor oil), French vanilla fragrance oil, rice milk, earl grey tea powder, titanium dioxide.
Directions: Cut the bar into smaller pieces as desired. Lather and apply soap over wet skin. Rinse thoroughly, avoiding the eyes and irritated areas. To extend the life of your soap, keep it dry between uses by using a draining soap dish.
Warnings: For external use only. Do not consume.
Size: 15.2 x 7.6 x 1.3 cm, 100 g.
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