This is VEGAN SOAP with simple look and contain White Willow, Zinc and vitamin C as great combination with have antioxidant, antiseptic and immune boosting properties.
White Willow Extract used in this soap has been used for centuries to soothe irritated skin. It contains salicin—from which salicylic acid is derived—this versatile ingredient and has excellent both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, properties. it helps to clearing pores and alleviating acne and irritation. This soap could be used in daily shower to keep you healthy trough cold season and win a battle with mild winter loving viruses and fever. Salicin is gentle and non-irritating, making it safe for all skin types reduce the appearance of pores, and even out skin tone while promoting increased firmness. It is a natural exfoliant, salicin sloughs off dead skin cells and clears pores to reveal the skin become more radiant and smooth.
Read more about white willow here. Zinc is one of our favorite ingredients if we think about skin care, it is like salt in kitchen, it just should be there to open full bouquet of plasma crystals. Vitamin C is used natural preservative for our handmade soap.
Soap is made cold process.
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