Tulsi - Holy Basil + Lemon Natural Herbal Soap
Tulsi is revered in India as the “Queen of Herbs”. This adaptogenic citrus-scented soap is sure to lift your spirit and soothe your soul. Boosted with lemon rind to balance, calm and cool the skin. Gentle, nourishing olive oil soap that is suitable for all skin types.
- HOW TO USE
Skin Feel: Cleansed/Refreshed
5oz | 141g Each bar is unique and hand-crafted with love. Perfectly imperfect, your bar may have natural variations from the botanicals.
Directions: A superior hand or body soap, use whenever effective handwashing is required. Lather between hands or washcloth, gently rub on face and body. Avoid contact with eyes. This product is enhanced with Holy Basil, Lemon, and Sweet Basil.
K E Y I N G R E D I E N T S
Tulsi (Holy Basil): revered in India as "The Queen of Herbs", tulsi is an adaptogen (helps the body effectively process stress) and has been used for more than 5000 years. Promotes a sense of wellbeing and uplifts mood, provides immune support, and aids in natural detoxification.
WILDCRAFTED CONNECTION. All of my products are made with the finest ethically wildcrafted or chemical/pesticide-free botanicals and oils. I craft in a way that resonates with my love for this planet, opting for small artisan-batched products. Powerful botanical blends with no fillers using the simplest amount of ingredients for maximum efficacy.
Full List of Ingredients: Saponified oils of Cocos nuciferas (Coconut) oil, Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil, Elaeis guineensis (Sustainable Palm), proprietary blend of 100% essential oils, may contain organic herbs or spices and earth clays. This ingredient list is subject to change. Please refer to the product label for the most accurate ingredient list for each product purchased before use.
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