Matcha Soap Block
Balancing. Harmonizing. Detoxifying. Find your inner balance with this wonderful Matcha Soap Block during bath time.
Matcha Soap Block is one of the nine food-based cube soaps from the cold process soap collection. It primarily consists of matcha powder that relaxes your body and exfoliates your skin. With a minimalist design, this handmade Soap Block is small enough to make an easy grip when you use it for facial, hand and/or body cleansing.
Ingredients: saponified oils (coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil), matcha fragrance oil, matcha powder, iron oxide.
Directions: 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: 3.8 x 3.8 x 3.8 cm, 50 g.
Delivery time 8-14 days
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