[shortcode] [short-description] The cleansing benefits of Dead Sea Mud Soap combined with the extra exfoliation of a loofah![/short-description] [/shortcode]
Dead Sea Mud Loofah Soap
We combined two of our favorite things to make this soap and we think you're going to love it! Our Dead Sea Mud Loofah Soap includes our best-selling Dead Sea Mud Soap that is then poured over a Loofah! That makes it the ultimate cleansing AND exfoliating soap! It's perfect for use as a hand and all over body soap, and even is excellent for use on the feet!
As with all our Dead Sea Mud products, this soap is made from 100% authentic Dead Sea Mud imported straight from Israel! It's the same mud used in expensive salons and spa's... just put into products you can use from home! We blend the Dead Sea Mud with the spa-experience scents of 100% natural Bulgarian Lavender and Spearmint Essential Oils. Dead Sea Mud and Essential Oils are partnered with our handmade soap and then poured over a Loofah.
Contains: Saponified blend of Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Olive, Refined Sweet Almond Oil, High Oleic Sunflower Oil, Coconut Oil, Responsibly Sourced Palm Kernel Oil, Loofah, Dead Sea Mud, Spearmint Essential Oil and Lavender Essential Oil.
How We Make Our Soaps: We make our soaps from scratch the same way grandma did (with the exception of digital scales & refined ingredients) & each ingredient in our bars has a purpose. Our soaps lather well (really because we're lather kinda people) & will clean your skin without leaving you with that dry, tight, alligator skin feeling. Because our soaps are made the old fashioned way, each bar retains the glycerin that is naturally produced in the soap making process.
- Hand Soap
- Body Soap
- Foot Soap
- Pre-Shaving Soap
- Authentic Dead Sea Mud
- 100% Naturally Derived Ingredients
- Cleansing & Exfoliating
- Gluten Free
- Vegan Friendly
Size: Approx. 4.0 oz
Fun Fact: Do you know where loofahs come from??? They are actually a gourd that grows like any other gourd would in your garden (if you pick them when they're young you can even eat them). We get our loofahs from a farm in Texas.