All Natural Exfoliating Soap Filled Loofah Slices - 90g
Cleanse and exfoliate your skin at the same time with these genius natural loofah slices filled with soap. These all natural loofah slices are handmade in Australia and are fabulous for exfoliating and cleansing at the same time, a real treat for your skin! Each loofah slice is filled with all natural soap made naturally from olive oil, coconut oil and castor oil.
These exfoliating soaps are fragrance free and colour free and are hand cut to approximately one inch thick. As loofahs is a vegetable there is a natural variation in loofah size, the diameter of each slice will vary. These loofah slices are palm oil free, made with natural plant based oils. Because each batch is made, poured and cut by hand each soap is unique.
- 80 - 90g soap filled loofah slice
- Eco friendly packaging free
- Fragrance free, colour free
- Australia made by hand in small batches
- All natural ingredients
- Vegan friendly
- Palm oil free
How to use: Apply the loofah filled soap directly to moist or wet skin. Ideal for scrubbing at dry or hardened skin helping to bring circulation and scrub away dead skin. To care for your soap allow if to dry fully between uses and store in a dry place.
Ingredients: Saponified olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil, natural loofah.
What are the benefits of exfoliation?
Exfoliating can improve the appearance of your skin in several ways. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, exfoliation can leave your skin looking brighter and improve the effectiveness of topical skin care products by enhancing absorption.
Regular exfoliation can also help prevent clogged pores, resulting in fewer breakouts. Long-term exfoliating can increase collagen production. Collagen is key to glowing, vibrant skin. The protein also promotes skin elasticity, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and related sagging.
How is a loofah or luffa made?
These loofah is made from a luffa plant which is a fast growing plant in the cucumber family. After the plant blooms, the flower develops into a long, gourd like plant that resembles a giant cucumber or zucchini. The gourds are then harvested and can be left to dry out for up to six months.
Dried gourds are soaked in water, peeled, and their seeds are removed. Once they’re completely dry, they can be sliced, cut, or shaped in a variety of ways before they’re sold as sponges. Suitable for the cleaning and exfoliating. Though they appear dry, once in water it expands becoming soft.
You can also use them on your skin to scrub away dead skin cells. It is a course scrubber so only use if you love a good scrub.