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Nubian Heritage, Lavender & Wildflowers Bar Soap, 5 oz (142 g)

£7.46 GBP

Relaxing & Nourishing Made With: Vitamin E Certified B Corporation Cruelty Free Ethically Traded Ingredients Sustainably Produced No Animal Testing RSPO - Certified Sustainable Palm Oil This cleansing soap with...

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Relaxing & Nourishing Made With: Vitamin E Certified B Corporation Cruelty Free Ethically Traded Ingredients Sustainably Produced No Animal Testing RSPO - Certified Sustainable Palm Oil This cleansing soap with Lavender buds gently polishes the skin while releasing the aroma of Wildflowers which soothes and elevates the senses. Nutrient-rich Shea Butter leaves skin soft, smooth and comfortable. Vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant, helps to promote a healthier and more youthful appearance. Humble Beginnings Nubian Heritage is the brainchild of two New York street vendors. In 1992, fresh out of college without jobs, Rich and Nyema embarked on a mission to produce luxurious natural products from traditional African recipes with fair trade ingredients. Today Nubian Heritage offers culturally authentic natural products inspired by global ancient healing philosophies. Although Nubian Heritage products are no longer made in bath tubs, little else has changed; the company still makes its own products, still uses fair trade ingredients and still invests in community commerce. Heritage Lavender's use as a versatile botanical essence dates back to ancient times. First cultivated by the Arabians, it is thought to have spread across Europe from the Greek Hyeres Islands. Egyptians, Phoenicians and the people of Arabia valued Lavender for its treasured fragrance and remarkable rejuvenating and soothing properties.

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