Emily Skin Soother© Liquid Soap Soother

In stock
8 oz

This may be like no soap you have ever used. It is organic certified and made only with gentle, all-natural ingredients. Plus it is super-fatted, a process that leaves a portion of unincorporated oils in the finished soap to give it superior moisturizing and emollient qualities.

The process begins with the gentlest organic soap/gel base made from the following ingredients to help preserve your own protective oils:

  • Saponified Organic Coconut Oil.
  • Saponified Organic Olive Oil.
  • Saponified Organic Jojoba Oil.
  • Organic Guar Gum Extract.
  • Organic Aloe Vera.
  • Rosemary Extract.

The following 4 herbs are then cooked in organic olive oil and added to the soap base:

  • Rehmannia Root.
  • Angelica Sinensis Root.
  • Dandelion Herb.
  • Field Mint.

There is nothing else. No parabens. No Sodium Laurel or Laureth Sulfate (SLS). No added color. No added fragrances What's left is just an effective, healthy soap for dry or sensitive skin, a soap that lathers well and will leave your skin clean and soft.

Available in 8 oz. bottles.

Mike Arsenault, M.Ed. Lic. Ac., Dipl. Ac., founded Emily Skin Soother products shortly after the birth of his daughter, Emily, in 2006. They have proved to be effective skin care solutions for babies and adults, powered by natural herbs and oils. All Emily products are made with sensitive skin in mind; in fact, they were initially created to treat their daughter’s sensitive skin problems. The company’s philosophy is to make safe, uncomplicated products that contain as few ingredients as needed to be effective. And all ingredients must be natural and healthy. No Parabens, petroleum products, colorants, SLS, preservatives, artificial fragrances, additives or any other synthetic ingredients are ever used.

Emily Skin Soother is a voluntary signer of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and have pledged to avoid all suspect or questionable ingredients. The Cosmetic Safety database has evaluated and rated Emily products a zero (lowest hazard) on a scale of zero to ten.
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