What I Love about Activated Charcoal Soap
Activated Charcoal Soap has been created by Richelle Hanover of Soaps of Nature.
Richelle, or Shelley, as I call her, has been a friend of mine for over 7 years.
For most of those years she has been making these luxurious soaps.
She truly gets it with regards to fragrance-free… as she understands environmental sensitivities.
This soap, like the rest in her range is not scented –
What you can smell are the ingredients…
Soft, subtle and unobtrusive.
Just how they should be – I think! 😉
This is the second soap from Shelley's range that I am including in my store –
Because they are so great!
This is one that I regularly use as the activated charcoal is great for odours…
And I don't just mean body odours, though it is good for that too.
I find it really helpful to wash with this when I get home from somewhere scented.
I wash both my skin AND my hair with it.
What Is In It?
This is a vegan bar of soap.
All ingredients are natural, as are the colours.
Ingredients: Oils of olive, rice bran, coconut, macadamia nut and castor; shea butter; activated charcoal.
Each bar of soap is a minimum of 100g in weight.
Since the soaps are handmade, there is a slight variation… but Shelley always makes sure it is in your favour.
That's just the kind of sweetie she is. 😉
The soaps are hand-made in Victoria Australia by Shelley.
How to Use Your Bar of “Soaps of Nature”
Use your bar of soap as a hand soap or to bathe with.
I use this soap as a shampoo when I have been somewhere that is fragranced.
To do this, I wet my hair then rub the soap on… and lather.
I leave it in my hair for a few minutes then rinse it out, following it with either conditioner or a vinegar rinse.
For the longevity of the bar, it is best to keep it in a soap dish that drains well.
You can follow Shelley on social media here.