Ethique Charcoal, Kaolin & Oatmeal Solid Bodywash 120g
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Ethique solid bodywash bars are made from biodegradable, sustainably sourced, naturally derived and palm oil free ingredients too - all packaged in home-compostable cardboard. Does this impact the effectiveness of the wash? No way! The bodywash bars are still deliciously bubbly and non-drying.
This bar is designed specially for the sensitive-skinned among us. It's unscented, though you do catch just a hint of coconut from the organic, moisturising coconut oil included in the bar. Ethique also use oatmeal to sooth skin and charcoal to cleanse.
Keep Ethique bodywash bars in tip-top shape by storing them out of pooling water, somewhere dry. Note that these do not fit Ethique In-Shower Containers.
How to use
Get yourself wet in the shower, lather up with the bar straight on your skin or onto a shower pouf, then rinse.
- Ethique’s packaging is 100% plastic-free and certified compostable
- Deliciously bubbly and non-drying
- Perfect for cleansing your body (not for face)
- Made with olive & coconut oils, oatmeal, kaolin, and charcoal
- Certified cruelty free, vegan and palm oil free
Sodium olivate, sodium cocoate, sodium stearate, aqua (water), charcoal powder, kaolin, avena sativa (oatmeal) kernel flour, glycerin, sodium chloride, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate.
Ethique is certified palm oil free. All Ethique ingredients are derived from non-palm sources such as rice bran or coconut oils. This ingredient list is subject to change, customers should refer to the product packaging for the most up-to-date ingredient list.