Our handmade, cold-boiled peeling soap with birch polypore is of course free of colourings, fragrances and preservatives and consists of natural raw materials from controlled organic cultivation. With a balanced mixture of different oils and an overfatting of 16% – after a 6-week maturing period – our peeling soap with birch polypore is particularly kind to the skin, nourishing and moisturizing. The organic beeswax serves as a protective barrier for the skin and is moisturizing. The wax also helps with wound healing and skin regeneration. As the name suggests, the birch polypore is a tree fungus that grows on birch trees and is known to be a special helper for health. We only use wild-grown birch polypore from Germany for our soaps – fully mature fruit bodies with a high nutrient density, which are gently dried and ground. This tree fungus has been used as a tea for over 5,000 years.
Ingredients : Olea Europaea Fruit Oil*, Cocos Nucifera Oil*, Aqua, Sodium Hydroxide, Cera Alba*, Fomitopsis Betulina Powder | * kbA – from controlled organic cultivation
Product benefits at a glance:
- Peeling soap with birch polypore (50g)
- Cold-boiled & handmade
- Made from high-quality organic raw materials
- Free from colorants, fragrances and preservatives
- Unique: with the tree fungus “birch polypore”
- With organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, organic beeswax
- Very high overfatting (a whole 16%!) after a long maturing period
- Efficient, particularly moisturizing & intensively caring
Scope of delivery: A peeling soap with birch polypore (50g)
Our birch polypore peeling soaps are very economical, so it doesn’t take large amounts to achieve excellent cleansing. And if they are allowed to dry properly, you will enjoy them for a very long time! You should therefore always place your natural soap on a good soap dish. A good soap dish or a good soap holder is designed in such a way that the soaps can dry quickly and well without swimming in their own water. The smallest possible contact surface is essential!
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