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Exfoliating soap - Quinoa, Olive and Sunflower

Format

This cold saponified and 100% natural artisanal soap, rich in pure Olive oil and enriched at the end of saponification with organic Sunflower oil from Quebec, an oil recognized for its softening and antioxidant properties thanks to its high vitamin E content, allows to gently exfoliate the skin thanks to organic Quinoa seeds. A soap that will leave your skin nourished and protected from climatic aggressions all year round.

MANUAL

  • Can be used on body and hands.
  • Use once or twice a week to gently exfoliate your skin.

INGREDIENTS

AQUA (water), COCOS NUCIFERA OIL (coconut oil)*, OLEA EUROPAEA (olive oil), HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (sunflower oil from Quebec)*, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII (shea butter)*, ORBIGNYA OLEIFERA ( babassu oil), RICINUS COMMUNIS (castor oil)*, CERA ALBA (beeswax), CITRUS NOBILIS (mandarin essential oil), CHENOPODIUM QUINOA (Quinoa in seed and powder)*, Natural vitamin E, LIMONENE**, LINALOL**, CITRAL**.

*Ingredient from organic farming **Component naturally present in essential oils

100% of the total ingredients are of natural origin

Made in Quebec

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Since this soap was handcrafted, it may have variations in appearance, shape and color which have no impact on the quality of the soap.

Focus on the main ingredients:

Quinoa: Cultivated for more than 7000 years by the Andean populations in South America. The Incas considered it a sacred plant “the Mother seed”. Its remarkable protein content (on average 16 to 18%) and its richness in amino acids make it one of the most nutritious plants in the world. This seed is rich in B vitamins, antioxidants (substance that helps protect the body's cells and tissues from free radicals and thus slow down skin aging), minerals and trace elements (iron, copper, potassium, phosphorus, manganese).

Quinoa is a grain rich in oil (5.8% of its mass) and essential fatty acids (linoleic and alpha-linolenic acids) therefore has an excellent source of vitamin E.