NOTE: This is a limited run item so once it’s out of stock, it won’t make its appearance again (or at least for a couple of months)!
Made with nutty oils and butter such as shea butter, macadamia nut and walnut oil topped off with raspberry seed oil, yogurt and a tangy concoction of essential oils! Suitable for dry or mature skin.
Sample bar: 50 gms ±5 • Full bar: 100 gms ±5
RM20 for full bars • RM10 for sample bars
Contents | Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea), Coconut Oil (Cocos nucifera), Shea Butter (Butyrospermum parkii), Chamomile Tea, Sodium Hydroxide, Greek Yogurt, Castor Oil (Ricinus communis)(*), Apricot Kernel Oil (Prunus armeniaca), Macadamia Nut Oil (Macadamia ternifolia)(*), Walnut Oil (Juglans regia), Yu Rong Powder, White Mulberry Powder, Ground Osmanthus Flower, Essential Oils, Raspberry Seed Oil (Rubus idaeus)(*), Rosemary Oleoresin, Vitamin E.
* Ingredients sourced from sustainable and/or organic farming
Rich in lactic acid, yogurt makes for a good addition in soaps that help exfloliate and keep skin looking fresh. It also has antibacterial properties and its fat content makes it a great moisturiser! Yogurt also gives you a creamy lather!
Raspberry seed oil is rich in Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and contains up to 83% fatty acids. Its natural antioxidant properties make it an excellant moisturiser and protector. This oil is known for its prevention of gingivitis, rashes, eczema and other skin lesions.
Light and gentle, apricot kernel oil is commonly used for oily skin but will also help rehydrate and nourish dry skin. It is rich in essential fatty acids, Vitamins A and E.
A luxurious oil, macadamia nut oil closely resembles sebum (the oil our body’s produce in order to help protect the skin) and is reputed to help battle anti-aging and is suitable for dry, damaged or aging skin.
Walnut oil which is high in linoleic acid and vitamins A, C, & E. It is believed that this oil has been used to fight wrinkles since at least the 17th century.
Yu Rong powder, a formulation by a Taiwanese Chinese herb medicine doctor, helps to smoothen and whiten skin. Traditionally used in ancient China as a beauty powder, it assists in skin renewal and regeneration as well as promotes radiance.
The powdered leaves of the white mulberry herb are commonly used for medicine while its fruit can be eaten cooked or raw. It has been used in treating ailments such as the common cold, muscle and joint pain as well as premature graying of hair due to its anti-oxidant and regenerative properties. It is also known to help in whitening skin and promoting an even complexion.
Traditionally used in cuisine and skincare for its beneficial effects on the lungs and skin, the sweet flower called osmanthus is known for its healing properties and commonly used in soaps & creams to treat cuts, wounds, frostbite, skin burst, sunburn and skin allergies. It also imparts anti-aging and whitening effects to the skin.0 likes