The 'Freshcobar' is packed with an abundance of natural essential oils including tea tree, pine, rosemary, grapefruit, eucalyptus, clove and cinnamon for a real burst of freshness. It also includes oatmeal for gentle exfoliation and moisturisation, and kaolin; a white clay that detoxifies and is gentler on sensitive skin than other clays. Primal Suds call it the 'freshest of the bunch'!
The soap contains a high percentage of sustainable coconut oil which is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal and creates a rich, creamy lather. The blended olive and rapeseed oil base makes a great alternative to palm oil, and offers moisturising and nourishing properties with the added benefit of an anti-oxidant, as well as being kinder to the planet.
Hand made in Hampshire in small batches and presented in a brown card box. Contains no chemicals or artificial ingredients, and is free from palm oil.
Minimum weight 120g.
Box measures approximately 7cm wide x 9cm long x 3cm high.
All Primal Suds products are made from 100% natural ingredients. They are also palm oil free and plastic free, and are vegan friendly.
All Primal Suds products are made in Southampton, UK in small batches to maximise freshness.
Sodium cocoate (Coconut oil), Aqua, Sodium olivate (Olive oil), Brassica campestris (Rapeseed) seed oil, Glycerin*, Kaolin clay, Sodium shea butterate, Avena sativa (Oats), Melia azadirachta (Neem) seed oil, Pinus sylvestris (Pine) oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea tree) leaf oil, Rosarinus officinalis (Rosemary) leaf oil, Eucalyptus citriodora oil, Limonene, Eugenol, Citral, Citrus grandis (Grapefruit) peel oil, Eugenia caryophyllus (Clove) leaf oil, Mentha viridis (Spearmint) leaf oil, Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Cinnamon) leaf oil, Linalool.
*Naturally occurring in the soap making process.
The name Primal Suds came from the idea of taking soap making back in time, using the historic hot process method with activated charcoal. This method is not just beneficial for its deep cleansing qualities, but also an affirmation to ancient soap makers for mixing fats with fire ash and developing the first soaps known to man, which happened to be free of unearthly additives as well.