Happy Hand Soap - Sandalwood and Cedarwood
|Brand Name||Happy Soaps|
Tough and robust
This plastic-free Sandalwood and Cedarwood soap is made from natural ingredients and is free of mess. The soap consists for the most part of two fine oils – coconut oil and olive oil. These oils themselves have a mild effect on the skin, so that palm oil is no longer necessary. The sandalwood and cedarwood give the soap a tough, robust and sweet scent. An instant boost of confidence.
This natural hand soap contains, among other things:
- Coconut oil
- Olive oil
Free from sulfates and parabens
You won’t find sulfates and parabens in this Hand Soap. Why is that important? Because paraben is a chemical used to make products last longer. Many people are allergic to this substance and they can be bad for your body. Enough reason to avoid them. Sulfates are a means to make a product foam. The downside is that they can strip natural oils from the skin. This Hand Soap does not need these foamers due to the use of natural ingredients.
How do you use the hand soap?
As you would use any other soap. Wet your hands and rub the soap between them for a wonderfully nourishing cleansing experience. You can then use the foam to wash your hands. To enjoy the Hand Soap as long as possible, it is best to let it dry in a plastic-free soap dish after use.
Completely plastic-free (no hidden plastics in the product itself either!)
This cheerful Hand Soap is 100% plastic-free. Not an ounce of plastic is used in the production, shipment, and storage of this product. In addition, you will not find any bad microplastics in this product. Happy Soaps products are completely plastic-free, both in the packaging and in the product itself. The Hand Soap lasts a long time and saves a lot of polluting plastic hand soap pumps (or plastic refill bottles).
Handmade in the Netherlands
Locally produced with love. Happy Soaps simply come from the Netherlands, where they are lovingly made by hand.
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