Brightening| conditioning | Uplifting
A soothing and brightening bar, enriched with skin loving aloe vera, mineral rich dead sea mud and Caribbean sea moss.
Beautifully scented with a proprietary blend of the purest possible essential oils, an affluent bar which turns your shower into a Caribbean spa experience.
Hancrafted in our London studios and cured for eight weeks for a harder, longer lasting bar
Soap Alchemists recommend this soap for cooling and soothing skin after sun exposure.
* Photos represent a sample of bars as all our soaps are unique and designs differ from batch to batch.
HANDMADE USING 100% NATURAL INGREDIENTS | PALM OIL FREE
use with warm water to create a gentle lather
Sodium olivate (olive) oil, Sodium Cocoate (coconut) oil, Sodium sheabutterate (shea butter), Aqua, Glycerin, Sodium sunflowerate (sunflower oil), Sodium cocoabutterate (cocoa butter), Sodium castorate (castor oil), Sodium Chloride (pink himalayan salt), Cymbopogon Citratus Leaf Oil, Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil, Zingiber Officinale Root Oil, Pogostemon Cablin Oil, Chondrus Crispus Extract, Calendula Officinalis Flower, Maris Limus Extract, Curcuma Longa Root Powder, Activated Charcoal.
approximately 128g NET weight when packaged
* due to handcutting our soap bars we cannot guarantee the exact weight.
handcrafted from 100% natural ingredients which we have sustainably and ethically sourced.
Our soap boxes are made from 100% recycled, FSC approved, uncoated cardpaper, which is then printed with linseed oil ink on 160 year old victorian press powered by hand labour.
During the soap making process, our alchemists use a traditional cold process manufacturing method which involves hand pouring and curing. Artisan soap bars are individually hand cut and trimmed. We use the off cuts in our sampling programme and the shavings from trimming gets re-used in making confetti soap for the Skin Alchemists Chances Programme.
We proudly boast a practically zero waste process and possibly negative carbon footprint.
Our Sea moss is sourced from family growers in St Lucia who hand harvest and sun dry the wet moss.