Homemade Soap Formula - Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap
If you're looking for an all natural & handmade bar of soap, look no further. Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap is 100% all natural and Certified Organic. Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap is free of harmful Parabens and Sulfates, and contains absolutely no added Fragrances. Heritage Store's formula is Vegan/Vegetarian friendly, and is made from Organically grown Plant Oils. Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap will help to refresh & revitalize your Skin over time, & will help to tone your complexion over time. Step up your Skin game today with Heritage Store. Pick up a bar today!! Introducing Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap!!
Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap Benefits
- Features Organically Grown Plant Oils
- Extremely Powerful Toning Complexion Bar
- No Added Fragrances & Vegan Friendly
- Completely Handmade Soap With Organically Grown Plant Oils
- Free Of Harmful Parabens & Sulfates
- Refreshes & Revitalizes Your Skin Over Time
- 100% All Natural & Certified Organic Formula
- Eco-Friendly Formula & Cruelty Free Soap
How Do I Take Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap?
Heritage Store recommends using the Hot Springs Sulfur Soap when taking a shower to soothe & moisturize the Skin.
Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap Ingredients
Active Ingredients: Saponified Oils Of Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Argentum Metallicum (Colloidal Silver), Sulfur (Powder), Celtic Sea Salt, Sinapis Hirta (Yellow Mustard) Powder, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflowers Or American Saffron).
Heritage Store Hot Springs Sulfur Soap Side Effects & Warnings
Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children. For external use only.
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