Aloe Crisp is back and fresh and crisper than ever - fresh, clean scent with hints of pure light aloe, fresh clean air and a delicate hint of citrus finish.
Benefits: Suits very sensitive skin. Very creamy and rich lather. Makes your skin tingles with cleanliness. Low scent but fresh all over. Unisex.
Suitable for: All skin types. Works well for : Dry. Flaky. Sensitive. Combination skin.
Made with Sustainable palm!
Olive Oil: A traditional emollient used in soap because it is mild and gives a "moisturized feel" to the soap. Olive oil is imported generally from Spain and the European region.
Pure soap made of olive oil is very mild; it is durable and can be used on any skin type to aid with retaining moisture and elasticity. Taking advantage of the natural moisturising properties of olive oil, the soap soothes and nourishes the skin. Olive oil can also improve the appearance of acne scars. Massage olive oil soaps over scarred skin.
Shea Butter: Makes a creamier bar with a more "moisturized feel". Shea Helps with ALL of these! Wrinkles, fine lines and scars repairing, Antioxidant, Anti-inflammatory, Deeply moisturizing, Stimulating for the superficial microcirculation, skin strengthening, Skin protecting, UV protecting, Skin regenerating, Collagen production stimulating (makes the skin stronger, more supple and younger), Minor cuts and burns healing, Muscle ache healing.
Organic Palm: When we use palm, we use organic "sustainable" palm, for the reasons of deforestation in tropical regions (see below for further explanation). Palm and similar, are pretty much necessary to make a harder, stable bar of soap that is appealing to the population majority.
"The Palm Oil" controversy and our thoughts... Over the past few years, "bio-diesel" (and the need for edible non-hydrogenated oils) has created a huge demand for oil... palm oil. Palm oil is only harvested significantly in tropical (rain forest) regions and thus... the problem. More demand for "palm oil" means more deforestation. When we became aware of this issue several years ago, we switched to an "organic palm oil" which is a renewable and sustainable resource. Our organic palm will not as likely contribute to the "palm thirsty" industry which ultimately demands more deforestation and is farmed organically thus not polluting the land. Much more could be said, but that is the brief explanation.