Ginger Spice Beauty Bar
Net Weight: 2.3oz /70g
A gentle moisturising soap to brighten the complexion scented with warm spicy notes of Ginger, Clove and Orange essential oils. Made using Irish Rapeseed and Raw Cocoa powder this warming bar is super nourishing to the skin.
Suitable for all skin types.
Rapeseed Oil, Ginger and Clove Essential Oils, Cocoa Powder.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil RSPO certified, Irish Rapeseed Oil, Palm Kernel Oil, (Orange, Clove, Ginger, Patchouli & Rose Geranium Essential Oils), Kaolin Clay, Clove Bud & Paprika Powder, Raw Silk, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Rosemary Extract.
Linalool*, Limonene*, Citral*, Geraniol*, Citronellal* Eugenol* (*occurs naturally in essential oils).
Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil
Cold pressed from the bright yellow flowers of rapeseed grown in Ireland
Rapeseed oil has antioxidants and Vitamin E which are both effective in promoting healthier skin. These ingredients help to protect skin from the free radicals we are exposed to and keep it soft and nourished.
Ginger Essential Oil
Ginger is reputed to have powerful antiseptic and cleansing qualities. It contains around 40 antioxidant properties that prevent free radical damage and protect against aging. It also is reputed to even skin tone and improve elasticity. The warming effect of ginger on the skin can stimulate circulation and tone your skin.
Ginger is a perennial herb native to China and India that grows up to three to four feet high, with narrow spear-shaped leaves and white or yellow flowers. With a warm, spicy, and energizing aroma, Ginger oil is distilled from the ginger root and has been valued for thousands of years for its medicinal and culinary properties.
Clove Essential Oil
Clove Bud Essential Oil contains antioxidants very good for maintaining healthy skin and body. Clove essential oil is rich in minerals, such as potassium, sodium, phosphorus, iron and Vitamins A and C.
Indigenous to Indonesia and Madagascar, cloves can be found in nature as the unopened pink flower buds of the evergreen tree. History tells us that the Chinese have used clove for more than 2,000 years as a fragrance and spice. The clove was one of the first spices to be traded, as far back as 1721 BC. Cloves were worth more than their weight in gold in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. Deep, spicy, rejuvenating and stimulating
Cacao is full of amazing skin benefits, loaded with useful antioxidants, enriched with minerals and vitamins like Vitamin C, magnesium and omega 6 fatty acids, cacao promotes blood flow and increase cellular healing to develop a youthful glow.
The cacao tree originated in Central America as well as parts of Mexico, it grows to be about 30 feet tall bearing white flowers and multicoloured fruit. Either the Olmec or the Mayans are believed to have cultivated the cacoa tree from around 1000 B.C. Cocoa powder is the dry solid remains of fermented, dried, and roasted cacao beans.