Into the Briny Deep soap * If out of stock, we'll subsitute another bar from our 'For the Boys' section.
Imagine if you could breathe underwater...what would the briny deep smell like?
'Into the Briny Deep' blends cool ozonic scents of juniper, eucalyptus and warming cedarwood essential oils with real dried bladderwrack seaweed for skin softening and conditioning, salts for gentle exfoliation, french green clay and rich plant butters and oils for amazing lather and the gentlest of cleansing.
Scrub onto a shower pouffe or directly onto the skin in the shower for a super gentle clean, you'll emerge with a soft, scented bod.
To get the best from your handmade soap, allow it to dry out thoroughly between uses, do not allow it to stand in water. Discontinue use if any irritatin occurs.
Blending together nourishing plant oils of coconut, sweet almond and ricebran oil with woody and warming cedarwood essential oil with fresh and citrus Bergamot to create a comforting scented deeply nourishing oil for skin and beard.
Coconut oil is light yet rich, it is particularly beneficial for dry, itchy, sensitive skin. It will not clog pores, and it absorbs readily into the skin. Sweet almond oil is obtained from the dried kernels of the almond tree and it is an excellent emollient (softening and soothing to the skin) and also helps the skin to balance its loss and absorption of moisture. It is further a great moisturizer suitable for all skin types, helps relieve irritation, inflammation and itching. Ricebran oil is deeply hydrating and anti aging.
Cedarwood is included as it is known to improve hair growth and stimulate the hair folicles improving the circulation whilst being a calming and sedative oil in aromatherapy use. Bergamot oil is a powerfully antidepressant oil, soothing the skin and the mind at once. It is a naturally cleansing oil and gently kills germs or bacteria on the skin
Directions for use: Apply a few drops to the palm of your hand and smooth onto your cleansed face and beard for softness, condition and scent, massage in well.