Our Coal Mester soap is 100% natural.
Packed with Shea butter, Olive, Rice bran and Castor oils to leaves skin scrumptiously clean without drying the skin.
This moisturising bar is made with toxin absorbing activated charcoal, refreshing Lemongrass stimulates and deodorizes the skin leaving it balanced and clean.
Activated charcoal is a wonderful ingredient with the ability to draw toxins from the skin, with antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
This cold-process bar is completely palm and cruelty free.
Perfect for troubled skin types, helping to clear clogged pores. The ability of Lemongrass to help reduce inflammation makes it the perfect bar to soothe acne prone skin.
Sodium (Saponified Rice Bran) Ricate, Sodium (Saponified Olive) Olivate, Aqua, Sodium (Saponified Shea) Shea Butterate, Sodium (Saponified Castor) Castorate, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus Oil, Activated Charcoal *Eugenol, Geraniol *Citral, *Limonene, *Linalool,
How to use:
Directions - Wet the soap and create a lather with your hands, your favourite wash cloth or sponge and wash your body, hands or face as normal. Rinse with warm water.
Warnings: Do not get the liquid soap in to the eyes, if you do, rinse with cold water and seek medical attention.
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