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Propolis & Lemongrass Soap

£3.95

491 in stock

This natural hand made soap combines the proven cleansing properties of propolis with the wonderful aromas of lemongrass. Propolis is naturally antibacterial and antiseptic, so using it in a soap makes perfect sense!

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Description

This natural hand made soap combines the proven cleansing properties of propolis with the wonderful aromas of lemongrass. Propolis is naturally antibacterial and antiseptic, so using it in a soap makes perfect sense!

Produced by honey bees, propolis is made from plant and tree resins combined with wax. It is known to be one of nature’s most powerfully antibacterial substances, protecting beehives and their inhabitants from infection.

Lemongrass no only smells great, it’s also known to help fight acne, control oily skin and it’s a natural antioxidant too!

Our Propolis & Lemongrass Soap is a great way to get some of the excellent healing properties of propolis into your everyday skincare routine.

Ingredients

Sodium palmate, Potassium Palm kernolate, Glycerine retained from palm, Ethanol, Sucrose moisturiser, Water, Propolis extract, Lemongrass oil, Gynbopogum citratus.

Packaging

Boxed in 80g bars.

Manufactured

Produced in the UK.

Key ingredients

Propolis

Propolis is naturally antibacterial and antiseptic, making it the perfect ingredient in skincare products like soap.

How to take

As with normal soap. Store in a cool place. Discontinue if allergic reaction occurs. Not to be taken internally.

4 key benefits of propolis
01.
Anti-Inflammatory

Propolis is anti-inflammatory. It has been widely used to treat wounds, reducing inflammation and promoting the body’s natural capacity to healing itself.

02.
Antibacterial

Honey bees use propolis to guard their hive from infection. It is antibacterial, acting as a kind of immune system, and it appears to have the same effect in humans too!

03.
Antifungal

Propolis has been shown to have antifungal properties, making it suitable for treating fungal infections in a natural way, both topically and by consuming capsules, tablets.

04.
Antiviral

Research has shown that propolis is antiviral. It inhibits the attachment of viruses to human cells, helping the body defend itself from viral infection.