Invigorating Eucalyptus & Peppermint 100g - Cold Process Soap Bar
Invigorating Energy: Eucalyptus and peppermint create a cool, fresh and whole body sensation
100% All-Natural: Natural colour & fragrance with the purest essential oils of Eucalyptus
Awakening of the Senses: A fresh and energy infusing feeling for your nose and skin
On a cold, frosty, still Winter’s day, take on the world with this powerful, invigorating soap.
Blended with fresh, cool, clean living Peppermint leaves and scented with the warm, camphorous, straight talking Eucalyptus Essential Oil.
A real awakening of the senses
I'm Karen, the founder of Bán íon soap.
The story begins in the kitchen laboratory of Bán íon
(meaning Pure White in Irish)
cottage nestled in a small rural village in the north of Ireland.
Formally from a nursing background but as my family grew I developed an interest in the use of natural, non toxic, irritant free skin care to use at home, as both my children had infantile eczema. This led to a career change where I worked as a skincare consultant in a leading cosmetic/skincare company.
Since becoming a grandmother and qualifying as a Master Herbalist four years ago, I decided to formulate my own botanical recipes for cold pressed soap, something my own grandmother did many years ago.
My passion is creating ethical skincare which is great for the environment and for my customers. I use only the highest quality of ingredients, free from SLS, paraben, SLES and palm oils, while manufacturing in a small batch process that produces minimal waste. It's these roots that continue to shape Bán íon Soap ethos.
Sodium Olivate ( Olive Oil), Sodium Cocoate ( Coconut Oil ), Sodium Shea Butterate ( Shea Butter), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint Leaf) Eucalyptus Globulus ( Eucalyptus Essential Oil )*Limonene (* naturally occurs in essential oil)
- 100% Recyclable & Compostable
- 100% Plastic Free
- Made in the UK from certified wood
- Made with ink based on plants rather than petroleum
- Made with natural glue construction
- Made from recycled materials