Warming spices and zesty orange make this soap a firm favourite. With added mango butter to nourish your skin when you need it most.
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Handcrafted cold processed soap with mango butter. Naturally coloured with infused paprika.
All of our soaps are handmade using the ‘cold process’ method - the most historical soap making process - to make sure you have a luxurious product to use every day.
Our Spiced Orange soap making starts by infusing Extra Virgin Olive oil with paprika for six weeks to extract the rich orange colour. This then gets combined with cleansing Coconut oil, nourishing Cocoa butter and luxurious Mango butter to produce a soap with a soft fluffy lather that leaves your skin clean but not stripped of its natural oils.
We have created our own unique Spiced Orange scent which we blend in-house, using essential oils of orange, cinnamon, clove and lemongrass to give you a warm, spicy citrus scent that makes you feel warm and cosy especially in the cooler months. We add in a nutmeg line to the middle of the soap as we pour the mixture and finish the top with dried orange slices.
Spiced Orange 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:
Mangobutter is extracted by pressing the large flat seed inside the mango fruit. The butter is full of natural antioxidants, has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties to help heal irritated skin. It is able to moisturise, repair and revitalise skin layers, rejuvenating and would healing.
Cinnamon oil is warming and energizing and was traditionally used as an aromatic foot massage by the ancient Egyptians. It has antiseptic properties and can help to boost circulation, especially if you are feeling chilly. We use the oil from the leaves as the oil from the bark is too strong for skin products.
Castor oil alongside olive oil has been used for millennia for many traditional healing practices. Its thick viscous texture would make you believe it isn’t a nice oil for skincare, however it absorbs into the skin surprisingly quickly, is soothing and can help minimise scarring if used in treating cuts and scrapes.