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Ecological Traditional Soap Enlarge Image Email to a Friend Druide
Ecological Traditional Soap
ITEM NUMBER:    DLI-5005-03.2
SIZE:    3.2 Ounces
MSRP: $7.29
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Product Description: This hand-made soap is the result of a long tradition. The formula has been judiciously adapted to suit the needs of modern living and to ensure the maintenance of perfectly clean and healthy skin. As a pioneer in the art of soap making, Druide has incorporated many fresh plants in this preparation. They are both highly purifying and soothing to the skin. Only the best natural oils and purest vegetal ingredients make up the base of the exclusive formula. Original and ecological packaging protects the soap by letting it breathe. As it matures, this Druide soap becomes softer yet longer lasting. 100% Biodegradable and vegetal. Red clover helps relieve skin problems, soothing mango butter improves skin protection and vegetal oils moisturizes and balances. For highly sensitive skin.
Additional Info: Made in Canada. Not tested on animals. The appearance of white spots on the soap is normal. They are the result of using only pure not chemically treated nor filtered ingredients.
Packaging: Paperboard
Ingredients: Palm (Eleais Guineensis) Oil*, Red Clover (Trifolium Pratense) Extract*, Sodium Hydroxyde, Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil*, Mango (Mangifera Indica) Butter, Octyldodecanol. *Ingredients derived from Organic Agriculture.
Does Not Contain: Synthetic Ingredients.
Suggested Use: Integral recycling: Never throw away your soap again! Conserve your resources. This Druide bar soap can hold a much smaller piece of used soap in its cavity. Method: Wet the two soaps. After a few minutes place the new soap in a dish and pour some water into its cavity. Then, put the small piece of used soap into the new one. Let dry for several hours. The two soaps should join together, forming one soap. Repeat if the bars separate.