Chess Soap Bar
Chess Soap Bar
- In stock, ready to ship
- Inventory on the way
Notes of white Grapefruit, Petitgrain, and Tangerine; leading to middle notes of Mandarin, Tangerine, and Mimosa Petals; and balanced with base notes of Rainforest Bamboo, Juniper Berries and Musk.
Welcome on a journey of luxurious scents that will transport you to another world. Yes, we are still amazed that we were able to pack all this goodness in our chess soap bar.
- Suitable for all skin types and tones.
- Daily use - gentle enough for use on face & body.
- Leaves skin feeling moisturized, conditioned, soft and smooth.
- No excess stripping of natural oils on the skin.
- Shea butter and olive oil provides moisturizing and conditioning effect.
- Coconut oil creates a luscious bubbly lather.
- Coconut cream further increase the creaminess and bubbly lather.
- Kaolin clay enhances the slipperiness and silkiness
- Created in small batches in New Jersey.
Paraben Free | Phthalate-Free | Palm Oil Free | Plant Based | Cruelty Free
Net Weight: 5.5oz
Organic Coconut Oil Cocos Nucifera
Shea Butter Butyrospermum Parkii
Rice Bran Oil Oryza Sativa
Lye Sodium Hydroxide*
Castor Oil Ricinus Communis Seed Oil
1. Wet the soap bar and your face or full body.
2. Rub the bar between your hands to create lather. Then apply lather to your face.
3. Massage in and rinse.
ABOUT OUR PACKAGING
At Adrian Fanus, being environmentally conscious is our priority. We pride our business knowing that sustainable is at the forefront of product development. A few of the step we are taking (considering Covid)
1. We strive to eliminate single use plastic in our packaging and manufacturing facilities.
2. All of our soaps are packaged in boxes to preserve the integrity and guarantee that our customers receive a sanitary product.
3. All of our jars and bottles are made of 100% PCR ( post consumer recycle) plastic. That means they are not virgin plastic, the plastic that is clogging our landfill is recycled, cleans and made into new recyclable plastic.
The carbon footprint of producing 100% PCR plastic is 60% less than producing virgin plastic therefore requiring fewer CO2 emissions.