Three Hills Dead Sea Mud Soap
Feel the difference of nature’s best with organic shea butter packed into a nourishing bar of soap. This natural soap is palm oil and fragrance-free. The smooth texture of the soap is designed for sensitive skin.
The soap is enriched with this unique medicinal mud, shipped directly from Israel, from the Dead Sea which is 1,300 feet below sea level. Nothing but bacteria live in the water (hence the name) because it has a salt content that is seven times higher than the ocean.
Due to the high salts and mineral content of this mud, your skin will immediately feel pampered. This soap calms and soothes irritated, dry and itchy skin and is suitable for both face and body as it moisturizes and helps with skin’s hydration.
It contains mud grains which help to cleanse the skin and remove toxins, dirt particles and impurities. This soap will leave your skin feeling rejuvenated and you with a big smile on your face.
Dead Sea Mud soap comes in an eco-friendly brown paper cigar band, which is completely recyclable and is fastened with a seal made from cellulose and is fully biodegradable and compostable.
Three Hills Soaps are handmade in small batches in Ireland using the finest nourishing ingredients. They are palm-oil free and contain no artificial colours or fragrances, no harsh chemicals, parabens, SLS/SLES, alcohol or petrochemicals. Being handmade and totally natural, the soaps vary a little in size and colour from bar to bar and batch to batch. Only natural colourings are used, from plant, fruit and vegetable materials. Only pure essential oils are used to scent our soaps (never synthetic fragrance oils). Effective, natural, simple, eco-friendly, vegan-friendly and never tested on animals.
Ingredients: sodium olivate (olive oil), sodium cocoate (coconut oil), sodium shea butterate (organic raw shea butter), aqua (water), sodium ricate (rice bran oil), glycerin (vegetable), sodium castorate (castor oil), sodium sweet almondate (sweet almond oil), silt (dead sea mud), tocopherol (vitamin e oil).