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Charcoal Soap

$6.95
Made with 100% pure cedar wood and patchouli essential oils, this charcoal soap smells great and feels even better on your hands.
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Made by lavami, a U.S. base company, this soap is a made of ingredients that are non-GMO, sustainable, and of the highest quality. Use this natural charcoal soap on your hands, face, and body to scrub out unwanted oils, dirt, and toxins.


Ingredients: Organic canola oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, water, lye, essential oils, activated charcoal.


Size: 2.75" in diameter.

Made by lavami, a U.S. base company, this soap is a made of ingredients that are non-GMO, sustainable, and of the highest quality. Use this natural charcoal soap on your hands, face, and body to scrub out unwanted oils, dirt, and toxins.


Ingredients: Organic canola oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, water, lye, essential oils, activated charcoal.


Size: 2.75" in diameter.

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