I’ve enriched detoxifying dead sea mud with fragrant rosemary, horsetail and lavender petals – all infused into a moisturising olive, coconut and sunflower oil base.
Organic cocoa and shea butters serve to quench and moisturise thirsty skin, while gluten-free organic oats have been blitzed with filtered rainwater to create oat milk – a natural antioxidant which helps repair and protect skin from daily wear and tear.
Ground olive stone provides the exfoliation – great for softening rough hands and smoothing out problem areas such the knees, elbows, buttocks or upper arms.
Bear in mind… The scrubby nature of this soap makes it unsuitable for very sensitive skin, or for those prone to eczema or psoriasis. Instead, go for the gentler exfoliation of my coconut and oat soap.
And, please avoid putting this in a soap bag. If you do, its exfoliating qualities will be lost – and you may damage the soap bag.
Quantitative ingredients of dead sea mud soap: sodium cocoate, sodium olivate, sodium sunflowerate, dead sea mud, ground olive stone, rhassoul clay, organic cocoa butter (theobroma cacao), organic shea butter (butyrospermium parkii), essential oils of: rosemary (rosmarius officianalis), fennel (foeniculum vulgare dulce), sweet marjoram (marjoram officianalis), thyme (thymus officianalis), lavender (lavendular officianalis), sage (salvia officianalis), basil (ocimum basilicum), myrtle (myrtus communis), clary sage (salvia sclarea), tarragon (artemisia dranunculus).