Rebecca Meagher states it clearly, through Koaino Soaps we are cleaning up the planet one bar at a time! This soap maker, creator of Koaino Soaps, ensures her products are all made in small batches, the old fashion way in Clarence Creek, Ontario, using only natural ingredients that are healthy for us and our environment.
All of Koaino soaps are scented with 100% plant-based essential oils and contain no chemicals or fillers such as hormone-disrupting phthalates and parabens. They are also palm oil free. This is a great characteristic, considering that palm oil is the largest contributor to orangutan habitat disappearance.
While commercially manufactured soaps usually costs less, the impact on your health and our environment is shocking. You can read more on this by accessing Koaino’s website. If you haven’t yet, give it a chance to this natural and preservative free soaps, which besides being healthier are beautiful. Check out these options:
Great for all skin types, except very sensitive skin. This comforting and stimulating soap is simply delicious! Cinnamon is known for its antibacterial properties. With 2 layers – one smooth and the other containing dried orange peel as an exfoliant. This soap is gentle for all skin types; however cinnamon and the exfoliating power of orange peels are not recommended for very sensitive skin.
Ingredients: Olive oil, water, sodium hydroxide, dried orange peel, cocoa powder, essential oils of orange, cinnamon and clove. Topped with raw sugar and cinnamon stick.
This detox soap contains activated charcoal which is said to be great for treating acne, relieving discomfort from insect bites, rashes from poison ivy or poison oak, and snake bites. Poppy seeds offer a gentle exfoliation. The antibacterial properties of tea tree and lavender essential oils boost the cleansing powers of this soap.
Ingredients: olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, sodium hydroxide,poppy seeds, activated charcoal, essential oils of lavender & teatree.
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