Naturally fragrance and colour free. Added shea butter creates a wonderfully luxurious bar that is suited to more sensitive skin types.
Handcrafted cold processed soap with shea butter. Fragrance free for the most sensitive of skin types.
"I've been using the Shea Butter soap for weeks and its lovely, feels moisturising, smells divine and is lasting really well" Naomi
Our Shea Bliss soap is made using the ‘cold process’ technique, a process that is steeped in history and tradition. We accredit the Babylonians with creating the first bars of soap around 5000 years ago using a technique we now call cold process.
All of our soaps contain vegetable oils and butters, along with some protecting Beeswax. Shea Bliss contains Extra Virgin Olive oil, nourishing Cocoa butter, cleansing Coconut oil and luxurious Shea butter to create a soft fluffy later that cleanses your skin while maintaining its natural balance.
We have chosen not to add any colourant or fragrance to our Shea Bliss soap so it is suitable for the most sensitive skin types, including eczema and psoriasis sufferers. The soap is naturally a cream colour due to the light coloured oils used and although we don’t add any fragrance, it does have a scent, it is sweet, nutty, buttery and well… soapy! Perfect for everyday use.
Shea Bliss soap is VEGETARIAN friendly
Minimum weight 100g bar, packaged in recyclable and compostable greaseproof paper and recycled card.
Why we have chosen some of our ingredients:
Shea Butter from the African Shea tree is a wonderful skincare ingredient, it is rich in vitamins, plant sterols, minerals and other nourishing compounds for the skin. The butter softens, protects against drying, and nourishes sensitive, dry and inflamed skin.
Extra Virgin Olive oil has been linked to soap making for centuries, with castile soaps being entirely composed of olive oil. Olive oil is unusual as it is produced by pressing the fruit rather than the seed of the olive. In skincare, olive oil is a major source of squalene, a common lipid produced by skin cells. Squalene lubricates the skin preventing the evaporation of moisture from the skin tissues (a process called trans epidermal water loss).
Cocoa butter from the African Cocoa tree is pressed from the cocoa bean in the manufacture of cocoa and chocolate products. Unrefined cocoa butter retains a lot of the chocolate scent. Cocoa butter is widely used in skincare products as it imparts luxurious feeling protection to skin, becoming a barrier to trans epidermal water loss.