Last Plasmatic Soap Copper 2+ WAVES has no scent added as it is made with hot pot method where no scent can survive. Soap has it own scent, very characteristic to copper. Weight of one bar is up to 70 gr.
This simple rustic style soap bar should be in any home's first aid kit. Soap made only form vegetal oils and alkaline solution. Copper 2+ is active element in the soap used as colorant that gives this combination of color in final soap bars. All additives are made by Liquid Plasma Crystals team and is part of our soap collection.
Keep them in soap dish and let them dry between uses.
Cu2+ active ions as very important ingredient that helps to deal with bad bacteria on skin and has other great properties. Soap has very creamy mousse, it moistures the skin as it contain high quality of skin humectant - glycerin and helps to prevent skin aging. Cooper is responsible for skin plasticity, recommended to use for various skin problems and possible to test as anti-fungal soap on sportsmen feet and other bad smell body problems.
The absence of any other dyes allow molecules de copper evenly disperse in soap crystal and when soap drying out they original green color can change over time eventually turning brown or dark beige depending on its age and concentration of copper compound it soap.
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