Activated Charcoal Soap by Soaps of Nature
Indulge yourself with one of these lovely bars…
And if you can bear to part with it, you could gift one to someone you care about.
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.
To prolong the life of your soap, a soap dish is always recommended.
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.