Liquid hand soap with rosemary scent
Would you like your hands to stay naturally smooth even if you wash them often? We have developed a liquid soap that doesn’t dry out or irritate skin. Our liquid soap contains a soapnut extract as well as other non-toxic ingredients suitable for sensitive skin. The refreshing scent of rosemary has calming properties, reduces tiredness and increases concentration.
About this product, how does it work
The main advantage of a liquid soap is its quick and easy use. It is very convenient in places where a hard soap wouldn’t create the best aesthetic or hygienic impression (mainly when more people are using the same soap).
The choice of ingredients has been inspired by nature. The basic component is a soapnut extract gained by cold extraction, which is the mildest possible extraction method. Our Soap nuts grow at the foothills of the Himalayas in northern India, where they have been traditionally used for washing and hygiene due to their naturally high saponin content. Soap nuts are a very mild detergent and therefore suitable for people suffering from allergies, eczemas and small children.
Our liquid soap has been dermatologically tested for skin tolerance. The product doesn’t contain any oil derivatives, synthetic perfumes or dyes.
For sensitive skin, however, we recommend avoiding soap containing rosemary, as it might cause skin irritation for some people.
Perhaps you wonder about...
Are soapnut detergents ecological and ethical?
Currently, we are not aware of any more abundant and ecological source of natural plant-based saponin than soap nut skin. The soap nuts grow on wild soapnut trees. They are not produced on huge plantations which place a burden on the local environmental system.
The soap nuts are harvested by local women, giving them not only possibilities to earn money, but also to gain independence. We are in regular touch with our suppliers. Our cooperation helps to the sustainable development of the local region. Our soap nuts are shipped to Europe by boats, not airplanes. We re-use the boxes they are packed in.