Amber Patchouli Bar Soap
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Amber Patchouli Gourmet Collection formula No. 10
Is a sensuous blend of fossilised amber and precious resins that create a depth of essence that captures the romance of the old world. Blended with dark patchouli, this essential oil blend conveys a warm, earthy, and sexy aroma that calms the mind and breath and is certain to stir the senses.
The Body Deli's master chefs are expert soap makers. Using time tested traditional methods of making cold processed soap, our soap delivers the finest bathing experience possible. All natural oils are saponified to perfection creating a bar of soap unlike any other. Our moisturizing and skin conditioning soaps use the finest precious oils such as Olive, Jojoba, and Rice Bran to create a sensuous moisturizing feel and luxurious lather. Use our soaps everyday to feel freshly clean, yet never feeling stripped or dry. Enjoy the glow of healthy skin.
How it works
- Purest handcrafted bar soap
- Leaves skin feeling silky & moisturized
- Excellent for sensitive skin
- Luxurious thick lather
- Made with cold pressed oils
- Packaged in a chocolate brown gift box
- Net Weight 4.25 oz.
KEY AROMATICS: Amber, Patchouli, Sandalwood
How to use it
INSTRUCTIONS: Lather and massage over body. Rinse well with warm water. Avoid contact with eyes. For a longer lasting bar soap, use a soap dish that lets excess water drain away from the soap.
The Body Deli is the original pioneer for fresh, raw, organic skin and body care. The effectiveness of the brands superfood skincare system is down to the potent ‘raw’ living state of the products which contain everything your skin needs and nothing it doesn’t.
FRESH INGREDIENTS: Saponified Oils of *Virgin Olive Oil, *Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, *Palm Oil, *Castor Oil, *Jojoba Oil, *Avocado Oil, Essential Oils Fossilized Amber Oil, Patchouli, Vetiver, Frankincense, Myrhh, Spikenard, Sandalwood. (*Denotes Organically grown Ingredients)
(Net weight: 4.25 oz.
(The latest ingredients lists are posted online and may change from physical product labeling)