Natural body soap with orange and cinnamon
Subtle spices mixed with sweet orange
- Gives the skin a natural "sunny" glow.
- Natural exfoliation for the removal of dead skin cells.
- Relaxing effect
Ingredients: Sodium Olivate, Sodium Sweet Almond, Sodium Sunflower Seed, Sodium Cocoa Butter, Sodium Cocoa, Sodium Castorate, Glycerin, Aqua, Kaolin (cosmetic quality), Avena Sativa Kernel Meal (Oats), Perfume, CI 77891, Bixa Orellana (Annatto) Seed,Cinnamon Zeylanicum (Cinnamon) Scorch powder,Charcoal powder (cosmetic quality), Limonene*, Linalool* * Naturally occurring in essential oils
Bixa Orellana (Annatto) Seed
It is especially popular with body lotion/cream and shampoo/conditioner because it can give the skin and hair a natural "sunny" glow. In addition, because Annatto Oil is an emollient rich in carotenoids, it can also function as a powerful antioxidant. For the most part, you will find this ingredient in products such as moisturizer for the face, soap, hair dye, lipstick, shampoo/conditioner, powder and tanning products.
(Avena Sativa) Oat flour
English organic oats (Avena Sativa) Oat flour calms and nourishes because it has anti-inflammatory properties. It is a natural exfoliant and helps to remove dead skin cells.
Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil
Orange essential oil (Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil) is a strengthening, refreshing and stimulating essential oil. It is uplifting for the emotions and helps maintain a healthy blood circulation. Orange essential oil promotes relaxation and is a useful deodorant. It has a fresh, sweet, citrusy and spicy aroma.
Cinnamomum Zeylanicum (Cinnamon)
Cinnamon is a spice derived from the bark of the tree genus Cinnamomum. The benefits of cinnamon on the skin go back thousands of years. It is known to provide antioxidant protection. Cinnamon extract has shown that it is well able to inhibit oxidation damage caused by free radicals in the environment. This protective property makes it possible to use the effects of cinnamon on the skin to maintain its overall appearance.
Ranasinghe, P. and P. Galappaththy. Health benefits of Ceylon cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum): a summary of the current evidence. Ceylon Medical Journal 61.1 (2016)