Cztery Szpaki Winter Soap
Winter soap does not only contain red French clay, which will nourish and regenerate your skin. It also contains essential oils: spruce, orange and cinnamon. This composition gives an aroma that can be summed up in one word: Christmas. It is warm, spicy, slightly citrus and resinous. It’s simply the best. The soap may also contain particles of spices that we macerated: anise, cardamom, cinnamon. However, they are small enough and there are so few of them that they will certainly not do you any harm. This sweet, but expressive, tasty mixture goes perfectly with a hot evening bath.
You can apply winter soap to the whole body, but check beforehand whether it causes you an allergic reaction. Cinnamon essential oil sometimes plays tricks on people with very sensitive skin.
Red clay – regulates sebum level and sebaceous glands, stimulates microcirculation of the skin and improves its firmness; has detoxifying, oxygenating, antifungal and antipruritic effects; soothes skin lesions.
Orange oil – is rich in antibacterial and antiseptic substances; has antispasmodic, sedative, anti-cellulite properties.
Cinnamon oil – has antiseptic, anti-cellulite, antiviral and cleansing properties.
Spruce oil – refreshing, stimulating, warming and normalizing; regulates sebum secretion; has antiseptic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.
How to use:
Put the bar under a stream of water, soak it in your hands several times to get a foam and cleanse the skin of the entire body.
INCI: Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Olivate, Sodium Castorate, Illite, Picea Excelsa Oil, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Oil, Cinammomum Zeylanicum Bark Oil, Illicium Verum Extract, Eugenia Caryophyllus Bud Extract, Cinammomum Cassia Bark Extract, Geraniol*, Limonene*, Linalool*, Citral*, Cinnamal*, Eugenol*, Benzyl Benzoate*.
*natural essential oils components
Our soaps are made by hand using the cold method. We don’t use machines and complicated algorithms – the whole process is pure craft. Each bar is therefore slightly different and doesn’t always look like the one in the picture. If you notice a slight white coating on the top edge of the soap – don’t worry – it’s just pure glycerine which precipitates during the saponification process.