Activated Charcoal Grooming & Shaving Soap
This 4 oz plant-based grooming soap bar is ideal for shaving, cleaning pores, and refreshing those hairy and oily areas of the body. Just lather on a wash cloth and let the activated charcoal strip away odors and oils from your hair and body, leaving behind a light Chamomile fragrance. It’s recommended to moisturize hair and body after use. (Note: this product comes in rectangle bar form, not the seashell shape pictured left.)
This product is made in Washington State and comes in compostable packaging (yes, even the plastic wrap is plant-based). Emeraldology ships no-rush through the US Postal Service to minimize cost and environmental stress. Find more info and this product’s ingredients in the description below.
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Sea Witch Botanicals is a family-owned company operating in Bellingham, Washington that makes natural, organic and sustainable home products. It is a Certified B Corp, certified vegan and a member of 1% for the Planet. We’re big fans of their products and ethical practices. This organic grooming soap features:
- Activated charcoal that removes toxins and odors from hair and skin
- Kaolin Clay for a rich lather and smooth shave
- Chamomile Extract known for its anti-inflammatory and soothing nature
- No synthetic fragrances or phthalates!
Ingredients: Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil (certified by Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil), Glycerin of Vegetable Origin, Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Chamomile Extract, Activated Charcoal, Kaolin Clay, Sodium Oleate, Soy Bean Protein, Sorbitol (plant derived)
Why buy grooming soap from Emeraldology?
When you order on Emeraldology, you are supporting a small business on a mission to make Earth-friendly living as easy as possible. Once your order is placed, Sam will get right to work processing it and shipping it in minimal packaging. Although Amazon’s two- and one-day shipping is convenient, it is terribly inefficient and hard on the environment. We hope our customers willing to wait an extra day or two to have their order shipped in a full truck that was stopping by your mailbox anyway. So far, we’ve been correct!