Good morning Rosemary soap bar. Are you ready to cleanse, moisturise and impart all your natural, certified palm oil free goodness upon some lovely person? 'Yes', she said. Soap of few words our Rosemary, but soooo good for the skin.
Oils & Butters
We have chosen our oils carefully to give you a soap bar that is both moisturising and cleansing for your skin. You may well find that once you have used our soaps for while you may not need expensive hand creams to condition your hands.
The anti-inflammatory properties of beeswax encourage the healing of wounds. Beeswax also has protective properties by helping a barrier form between the skin and the environment without clogging pores. Furthermore, beeswax is high in vitamin A which has been found to support cell reconstruction and health. What a substance! Thank you bees.
Olive oil will absorb into the skin and form a protective barrier against the elements. It also acts as a humectant, drawing moisture to the skin (to save you rushing for the dictionary), and is said to help aid skin cell regeneration.
Coconut oil is wonderfully moisturising and also adds a barrier to the skin protecting it from the elements. Its cleansing ability is amazing and is one of the few oils that produce a soap that will lather in salt water; just in case you were looking for such a thing.
Shea butter is rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids. This oil forms a breathable barrier on your skin that helps to protect it from harsh elements like the sun and wind. It is well known for soothing skin irritations, sun protection, healing minor cuts and burns and of course skin moisturising.
Castor oil acts as a humectant, (you know what that is now), by drawing moisture from the air. It is easily absorbed by the skin making it a great skin softener and conditioner.