Patchouli Bar Soap

18 reviews
Zum Patchouli Bar Soap
18 reviews

Patchouli Bar Soap

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Coated in chocolate-colored speckles, this soap looks like dessert but brings spicy aroma and smooth cleansing to every shower. Hydrating olive and coconut oil combine with goat's milk for a true showstopper.

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Some historians think Napoleon was the one to introduce Southeast Asian patchouli to the rest of the world. With a strong, pleasantly musky scent and the velvety creaminess of goat’s milk, this dappled bar is certainly fit for royalty. Whether you’re cleansing as part of a wake-up routine or as a wind-down, this bar will bring something special to your skin and your shower.

Zum swaps parabens for plant-based, eco-friendly ingredients, and their one-of-a-kind cosmetics are made without animal testing.
Saponified 100% Food Grade Olive, Coconut, Palm & Castor Oils, In A Goat's Milk Base, With Herbs And Essential Oils View Nutrition Facts

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Keeping soaps clean since 1996

We use soaps and cleansers to wash our bodies, but that doesn’t mean they’re inherently clean. Many ingredients lists include non-renewable petrochemicals and carcinogens, which can do serious harm to our environment when they're disposed of. Non-chemical resources, like palm oil, also cause problems when irresponsible harvesting leads to deforestation. With all this in mind, Zum set out to create a new kind of line. In their Kansas City-based factory, they're cooking up cruelty-free, vegetarian cosmetics using natural, custom-blended oils, minerals, and milks. You’ll never find parabens or phthalates in their stuff. They're dedicated to sustainably sourced bath and body products with short supply chains and ingredients that keep your body and the earth clean.

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