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    Baressential Lavender Beauty Bar

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    Pure and simple, a bar for lovers of lavender.

    Suitable for all skin types.

    Defining Ingredients

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Lavender Essential Oil

    Net Weight: 70g


    Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil RSPO certified,

    Lavender Essential Oil, Kaolin Clay, Raw Silk, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Rosemary Extract

    Linalool*, Limonene*, Geraniol* (*occurs naturally in essential oils)

    Extra Virgin Olive Oil

    Olive trees can live from 300 to 600 years. The olive was native to Asia Minor and spread from Iran, Syria and Palestine to the rest of the Mediterranean basin 6000 years ago. Extra virgin olive oil is the highest quality and most expensive olive oil classification. It’s simply the juice of fresh, healthy olives and contains, more than any other grade, the health-promoting nutrients that olive oil is famous for since ancient times. Its antioxidant properties and Vitamin A and E content are renowned for nourishing, cleansing, moisturising and protecting skin against the signs of ageing.

    Lavender Oil

    Lavender, a member of the mint family it is native to northern Africa and the mountainous Mediterranean regions, and thrives best in sunny, stony habitats. It has a sweet, floral, herbaceous, and slightly woody scent. Known for its calming and relaxing properties, lavender essential oil, restores skin complexion and reduces acne tones and makes your skin firm as it boosts circulation.Ancient texts tell us that lavender has been used for over 2,500 years. Ancient Persians, Greeks, and Romans added the flowers to their bathwater to help wash and purify their skin. In fact, the word “lavender” comes from the Latin word “lavare,” which means “to wash.”