Personal Care Tea Tree Soap
Tea Tree soap from the Personal Care collection. Enriched with vegetable glycerin, shea butter and vitamin E, this Tea Tree soap gently cleanses and moisturises the skin, leaving it feeling delightfully fresh. Contains 2% of high quality, aromatherapy grade tea tree oil to soothe the skin and aid with a wide variety of skin problems, including acne, eczema, psoriasis and oily skin issues.
Tea Tree Soap Benefits:
Tea tree oil comes from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a small tree native to Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Tea tree soap can help soothe dry skin by reducing itching, swelling and irritation with its anti-inflammatory properties. These properties also make Tea Tree soap effective at combatting acne. It may also help to reduce acne scars and redness. The antiseptic properties of tea tree oil may contribute to its ability to combat oily skin. For more information on Tea Tree soap benefits, please click here.
The Personal Care collection soap bars are enriched with carefully selected ingredients, to help target those specific skin types and issues. To explore all products in the Personal Care Soap Collection, please click here
The English Soap Company Tea Tree soap bar is made in the UK with pure vegetable oils using traditional triple-milled methods. As triple-milled soap contains more soap than water, they produce a richer lather, are longer-lasting, and have a silkier, luxurious effect on the skin than standard soap bars.
We make every product ourselves in the heart of the Sussex countryside, using the finest quality ingredients. All our perfumes are made in England by expert perfumers and have been designed specifically for the English Soap Company.
This Tea Tree soap bar is vegan-friendly, cruelty-free and free from parabens, SLS and SLES, and weighs a generous 190 grams. The paper soap bar wraps are fully recyclable with plastic-free packaging.
How does soap work?
The purpose of washing is to remove the outer layer of oils and fats that harbour germs and rinse them away from the skin. Soap is a surfactant which means that when it is used on the hands and body the soap molecules bind water & oil molecules together. After cleansing with soap, rinsing away the lather takes the oil and germs with it. Read more about how soap works here.
Instructions for use:
Lather with warm water and wash off to leave skin cleansed and nourished. When not in use, keep the soap bar in a dry and cool area.
Avoid contact with eyes, if soap gets in eyes rinse immediately with plenty of warm water. Not suitable for children under 36 months. For external use only.
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