Handmade soap with natural essential oils for a cool and refreshing bathing experience made from natural herbs without using any chemical or artificial colours. Ingredients : Dried and ground natural loofah fibres, olive oil, palm oil, organic coconut oil, organic mahua oil, fresh aloe vera gel, lye, purified water, pure essential oils of chamomile, tea tree, rosemary, lavender, eucalyptus, peppermint. TFM of 76.5% Grade A Soap. The natural fibres of loofah are an ideal scrub for the skin. They exfoliate, remove the dead skin and improve blood circulation. It removes dirt and pollutants stuck in skin pores. Chamomile oil refreshes the mind and rejuvenates the skin. It eases the skin blemishes and gives and even tone to skin. Rubbing the soap in circular motion on feet de-stresses the whole body as the blend of essential oils gets absorbed in the large pores of the sole of feet. Suitable for all types of skin. Handcrafted by rural women at NEEV.
Store in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.
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NEEV Herbal Handmade Soaps produces a variety of premium-quality, all-natural cosmetic products including everything from hair oils to shampoos to bath soaps. The products are made using cold process without adding any artificial or chemical ingredients or colours. In 2007, husband and wife Anurag and Shikha Jain pioneered the organisation, hoping to build an organization dedicated to helping improve the lives of rural women and children in an environmentally-sustainable way. Located in the Village Hurlung of Jharkhand, India, NEEV provides an honorable source of labor for women living within the village community. These women hand craft each product using a variety of organic materials, from the aloe vera, rose, tulsi, mehndi, hibiscus, bhringraj, brahmi, ashwagandha and shatavari grown in NEEV’s very own backyard to the natural plant oils purchased directly from producers and farmers. One such oil includes mahua oil—extracted from an indigenous tree of Jharkhand—traditionally used by the tribals for skincare.