Cell Soaps

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cell Soaps were developed by Jennifer Brandolino, a Nurse/Homeopath. They are handmade unscented soaps made with Organic Oils, Clays, Biochemic Cell Salts and Flower Essences. Cell Soaps are gentle, safe, nourishing and have no harmful ingredients which makes them ideal for children, seniors and people of all ages - including those with medical or skin conditions.

Ingredients
Cell Soaps are unscented and consist of Saponified oils of organic coconut oil and organic palm oil, vegetable glycerin, filtered water, sorbitol (a humectant from berries), sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), oat protein, clay, mineral cell salts and flower essences.
What Cell Soaps Don't Have
Sodium Laurel Sulfate, Soy Bean Protein, Artificial Scents or Colors, Phthalates, Parabens, Blycols, BHA, DEA, TEA, DMDM, Oxides, Citrates, Dioxides, Benzoates or Mineral Oil
To facilitate making suds, we recommend that you use a round puffy mesh bath sponge. It is best to cut your soap in ½ with a butter knife, and save the other half in the plastic wrap so it won’t dry out. It is easier to make suds with a smaller piece. Wipe the suds off the sponge to wash the face and neck (mesh sponges tend to be too harsh on face and neck). Use the mesh sponge on the body for some light exfoliation.
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