100% Pure Vegetable Oil based soap.
Lemon Grass makes an excellent cleansing deodorant which also contains antibacterial properties. Lemon Grass Essential Oil is used to help treat muscular aches and pains and increase circulation.
Lemon Grass is part of the Natures Harvest Range
I think I have fallen in love with this range of soaps. I do have a tendency to prefer items that are better for the environment, and because these soaps are SLS-free they got my attention right off.
I've been using the Lemon Grass as our "hand-washing" soap because of the antibacterial properties. It has a really great smell and even the husband has liked it, as the smell isn't too girly he doesn't feel the need to hand in his Man Card!
Excellent soap for the all family. Will buy this again!
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