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  • Zandra (BO) Bamboo Black Soap 3-in-1 Super Wash
  • Zandra (BO) Bamboo Black Soap 3-in-1 Super Wash
  • Zandra (BO) Bamboo Black Soap 3-in-1 Super Wash
  • Zandra (BO) Bamboo Black Soap 3-in-1 Super Wash

Zandra (BO) Bamboo Black Soap 3-in-1 Super Wash

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What can't this super wash do?!

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3 in 1 Super Wash: Face / Body / Hair with Activated Bamboo Charcoal

A gentle, all-natural alternative cleanser made from plant materials. Activated Bamboo Charcoal absorbs minerals, toxins, impurities, and other harmful substances from your skin, leaving you with stronger, healthier skin. It can act as a natural exfoliant to remove dead skin cells.

Japanese Kumquat: Exuberant melon bursts throughout this vibrant, citrus soap.

Almond Alfresco: Soothing, nutty almond alfresco soap will leave you feeling like you're floating!

A little goes a long way. A quarter size amount on a bath sponge will give you bubbles for days...

Ingredients:
Purified water, pure African black soap (saponified palm oil, cocoa pod and plantain leaf ash, purified water, shea butter) castor oil, soy lecithin, citric acid, guar gum (natural thickening agent), bamboo charcoal, potassium sorbate (natural preservative) and phthalate free fragrance.
*Cruelty Free and Biodegradable
*Never any harmful Parabans, Sulfates, Mineral oil, Petroleum, Synthetics or Animal Testing.
*Gluten-, phthalate, sulfate, and paraben free

Made in the United States

Photography and Illustrations by Zandra

Almond / Bath + Body / Black-Owned Business / Charcoal / Cruelty-Free / Eco-Friendly / Exfoliating / Gifts For New Moms / Hydration / Kumquat / Natural / Nourishing / Organic / Sugar Scrub / Woman-Owned Business
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