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  • Ma Bulle MA BULLE - exfoliating soap with lavender & oats
  • Ma Bulle MA BULLE - exfoliating soap with lavender & oats
  • Ma Bulle MA BULLE - exfoliating soap with lavender & oats

MA BULLE - exfoliating soap with lavender & oats

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Exfoliating soap with lavender soap & oats, 100% natural & vegan, cold saponification & organic, local Belgian production

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This exfoliating soap with lavender & oats is just perfect for a natural and invigorating scrub.
Manufactured by way of cold saponification and lipid-rich (8%).

Made with only organic and - where possible - local, Belgian ingredients.

This soap contains lavender essential oil and is not suitable for children under 3 years old, pregnant or breastfeeding women. View the Ma Bulle Baby Soap without essential oils here.


SPECIFICATIONS

  • 100% natural and vegan
  • origin of ingredients: Belgium (hemp oil, rapeseed oil, oats), France (lavender essential oil) & Spain (olive oil)
  • let the soap dry thoroughly after each use
  • plastic-free packaging
  • weight: 125g
  • handcrafted with love by Marie in Sombreffe (Namur)

Ingredients (INCI):

Olive oil*, hemp oil*, canola oil*, hemp milk*, oat milk*, oats* and lavender essential oil*.

Sodium olivate*, Aqua, Sodium hemp seedate*, Sodium canolate*, Glycerin, Avena sativa kernel meal*, Lavandula Hybrida grosso herb oil*, Avena sativa kernel flour*, Limonene**, Linalool**

* from organic farming
** naturally present in essential oils

 

Belgian / Belgisch / bio / local / lokaal / mabulle / natural / natuurlijk / organic / vegan / zeep
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