Sandalwood Handmade Soap
CHF 4.90 – CHF 9.80
An exotic earthy and rich sandalwood blend, combining mandarin and bois de rose with a touch of jasmine, amber and cedar.
Also available in diffusers and candles
Late Bloomers soaps are manufactured with either goat milk or soy glycerine soap base and complement our range of scented candles, diffusers and oils.
Our goat milk soaps are made with pure English goat milk, they are rich and creamy with an excellent lather and a neutral odour. No artificial colours added. Glycerine, a natural emollient, draws moisture out of the air to benefit skin health. It cleanses without stripping or upsetting the delicate natural pH balance necessary for soft, healthy skin. And, since we use no heavy animal oils, our soap rinses clean and leaves no soapy film behind. All our soap bases are produced from the highest quality double distilled and deodorized coconut oil, forming luxurious lather and sparkling clarity. Please note that the Goat’s Milk Soap may not lather as well as other soap bases. This is due to a natural chemical process and it does not undermine the effectiveness of the product.
Goat milk is naturally high in vitamins and minerals. It is also rich in butterfat, which makes it the perfect moisturiser. Vitamin E, which is beneficial to the skin, is found in abundance in this soap. There are no added colours or scents, but it has a creamy smooth texture that is nourishing for the skin and makes a fabulous moisturiser. Glycerin, a natural emollient, draws moisture from the air to the skin.
Main features: highly moisturizing formula, no artificial colours added, no animal testing, 100% vegetable base, biodegradable, neutral pH of approximately 7.8
Ingredients: water, glycerine, goat milk, sodium stearate, sorbitol, sodium laurate, propylene glycol, sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, sodium chloride, stearic acid, lauric acid, titanium dioxide, pentasodium pentetate, tetrasodium etidronate
In the beginning I used two conventional moulds: oval and round. One day my mother showed me some antique moulds she used for baking small madeleines (that delicious buttery French cookie) and brioche and suggested to use them for soap making. A lovely idea and I love the finished product with its slightly antique look.
In the beginning I used two conventional moulds: oval and round. My mother showed me some antique moulds she used for making small madeleines (that delicious buttery French cookie) and brioche and and suggested to use them for soap making. A lovely idea and I love the finished product with its slightly antique look.