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Oatmeal & Bentonite Clay

Creamy and gentile on the skin. While the oatmeal and chamomile is soft and soothing, the bentonite clay cleanses any toxins and impurities. Oatmeal contains antioxidant properties and helps undo damage done to your skin by pollution, UV rays and chemicals. Oatmeal helps to reduce itching and inflammation and can be used to calm eczema as well as psoriasis.


Bentonite clay deeply cleanses your pores, helps with clogged pores, and whiteheads. Bentonite clay also detoxifies the skin, reduces oily skin, prevents and helps remove blackheads, soothes red itchy irritated skin, and helps treat acne.


Shea butter mouisturizers the skin to keep your skin soft and smooth, along with the Olive Oil. This is a very creamy and delightful bar of soap.


Ingredients Castor Oil Coconut Oil Olive Oil (Pomace) - Primary Oil Palm Oil (Our Supplies of Palm Oil are from a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO); this organization supports sustainable Palm oil production) Shea Butter Colloidal Oatmeal Bentonite Clay Chamomile Sodium Hydroxide Lye (Saponifying agent)

Oatmeal & Bentonite Clay

SKU: OatmealClay
  • Care Instructions

    In order to prolong the lifespan of your soap do not leave it to sit in water.

    Use within six months of receiving.



    As with any soap be cautious to avoid getting in your eyes  or open wounds.  If this occurs rinse thoroughly with water.  If irritation occurs on your skin discontinue using the soap.  Please be sure to check the ingredients before you purchase, if you have any allergies to an ingredient in the soap it is advised not to purchase the product.  Soap is not edible.


    Hope you enjoy your new bar of soap!

  • We strive to make the best product possible and only use the best ingredients If you are unhappy with your order for any reason please contact me within 5 working days of receiving your package. Because our products are for personal use we cannot accept them back unless damage was caused do to shipping in such case we would need a damage receipt from the Postal service.

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