Fragrance Free Saponaria No-Tears Wash & Shampoo
- For Tearless and Foam rich bathing
- Alleviate mild discomforts rashes and itches
- Ideal for newborn baths and feminine daily feminine intimate hygiene
- Highly concentrated
- Fragrance Free
100 ml/ 3.4 fl. oz
Usage & Directions
Ultra-mild and multi-tasking, our organic baby wash & shampoo gently, yet effectively cleans skin and tames hair. Pour a small amount of Wash/Shampoo into the palm of your hand & apply it to a baby's or child’s damp scalp, hair & body. Gently lather. Leave it on for a moment & rinse off with water.
It is suitable for the regular feminine intimate hygiene and maintains the natural pH of intimate area. Pour a perl size amount into hand or wash cloth and cleanse gently. Rinse thoroughly. Use it daily.
You can use it as a daily facial wash. Pour a perl size amount into hand or wash cloth and cleanse gently. Rinse thoroughly. Use it daily.
Our Hero Ingredients
Very mild cleansing agent derived from renewable sources such as coconut and fruit sugars
Anti-inflammatory that soothes and protects delicate skin from rashes
One of the richest plants on earth in saponins which are nature's cleansers
Moisturizing, emollient, and soothing. Mallow is traditionally used as the antidote to bites or rashes
ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE*, AQUA/WATER, DECYL GLUCOSIDE, COCO GLUCOSIDE, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF WATER*, GLYCERYL OLEATE, XANTHAN GUM, GLYCERIN, ANTHEMIS NOBILIS (CHAMOMILE) FLOWER WATER*, CITRIC ACID, SODIUM LEVULINATE, SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS (SOAPWORT) LEAF/ROOT EXTRACT*, MALVA SYLVESTRIS (MALLOW) FLOWER EXTRACT*, TOCOPHEROL, HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE GLYCERIDES CITRATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE. * From organic farming. 99.1% Natural. 53% Organic.
SLS, SLES, ALS, ALES, Parabens, Propylene Glycol, Silicones, Petrochemicals, Ethanolamines, Synthetic Dyes, Alcohol, Phthalates, Wheat/Nuts/Gluten, Fragrance, Allergens, Soap, Sulfates, GMOs
99.1% Natural, 53% Organic
CERTIFIED LEAPING BUNNY CRUELTY FREE
INSPIRED BY OLD ENGLAND
Soapwort Extract was traditionally used in old England for bathing. The illustrated Cormorant is one of England's common aquatic birds