Wrapped in beautiful, fresh and contemporary designed papers, this cinnamon & orange soap will leave your skin feeling smooth, soft and smelling fresh. This 200g soap bar is a great size for your basins, baths or showers and will fill the room with its everlasting fragrance. A perfect gift for a loved one or a treat for yourself.
We have been making soaps for 20 years, what better way to celebrate than launch a range of soaps full of new fruity and floral scents. The soaps are enriched with shea butter to nourish and moisturise all skin types.
Cinnamon & Orange is bursting with the aromas of citrus fruits and spices. A festive scent or a warm luxurious fragrance, that oozes decadence.
Made with pure vegetable oils, using 100% traditional triple milled methods to create a luxurious bath soap leaving the skin soft and smelling fresh. This product is vegan friendly, not tested on animals and free from parabens, SLS and SLES. Packaging is recyclable and plastic free.
Lather with warm water and wash off to leave skin cleansed and nourished. When not in use keep in a dry and cool area.
Warning: Avoid contact with eyes, if product gets in eyes rinse immediately with plenty of warm water. Not suitable for children under 36 months. For external use only.
100% Triple-milled vegetable soap
Made in England
How Does Soap Work
Soap is a very effective hand and body cleanser. However, not only does it cleanse it also sanitises by destroying bacteria and viruses.
The purpose of washing is to remove the outer layer of oils and fats that harbour germs and rinse them away from the skin. This can only be done if we wash with something that can attach to fat molecules. Water alone cannot do this because it cannot attach itself to a fat molecule as oil and water do not mix.
However, if you take a fat oil and boil it up with an alkali a reaction happens. This is called saponification, which turns the mixture into soap.
What this reaction does is place a water loving tail onto the fatty acid molecule. This is called soap and this molecule can attach to a water molecule and a fat molecule at the same time.
Therefore, when you wash with soap and water the soap molecules grab on to the fat molecules and pulls them off the skin into the rinse water. When your rinse the skin the fat and germs are removed from the skin. Therefore, the main reason why soap cleanses and sanitizes is it literally washes everything off the skin.
Soap is also effective at combating a virus. This is because soap molecules attach to the fatty molecules within a virus and rip it apart.
Upon washing your hands always ensure that you dry them thoroughly so that no rinse water remains on the skin.