Codex Bia Uplifting Soap 120g
Why you'll love it
Bathe with creamy French Pink Clay for a mood-boosting, sensory-filled cleansing experience.
Scent: Floral blend of Amyris, Ylang Ylang and May Chang
Skin types: All skin types
Volume: 120 g / 4.2 US Oz.
Shea Butter French Pink Clay Olive Oil
Why Carbon Neutral?
Our cold-processed soaps don’t require a heated process vessel and are made in reusable molds. We mindfully source ingredients to reduce transportation emissions and our minimalist packaging (soy wax paper, sticker, and carton) is compostable. In addition, we plant trees to drive a negative carbon footprint.
Soften, soothe and cleanse skin with Bia Uplifting Soap, made with French Pink Clay. Cleanse with the uplifting floral blend of amyris, ylang ylang, may chang and rose geranium. Our sustainable cold-processed soaps are carefully crafted, taking into consideration the properties of the plant oils and butters used in the formula. This ensures the soap performs to the highest standard on many different levels: from the way it lathers, how it cleanses without stripping moisture, to its texture and the way it smells.
Made in: Ireland
Period after opening: 12 months
Sodium Olivate, Sodium Cocoate, Aqua (Water), Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Castorate, Sodium Sunflowerate, Sodium Cocoa Butterate, Montmorillonite, Illite, Cymbopogon Martini (Palmarosa) Oil, Litsea Cubeba (May Chang) Fruit Oil, Amyris Balsamifera (Candlewood) Bark Oil, Cananga Odorata (Ylang Ylang) Flower Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens (Rose Geranium) Flower Oil, Geraniol, Citral, Linalool, Citronellol, Benzyl Benzoate, Farnesol, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene
HOW TO USE:
Wet soap, lather up skin with soap, wash and rinse off. Allow soap to drain and store dry. For daily use on all skin types. Recommended for use on the body.
WARNING: Avoid direct contact with eyes, mucous membranes, and broken skin. Discontinue use if signs of irritation appear. For external use only.
Before incorporating any new skincare product to your routine, we always recommend patch-testing.