- 140 g of all-natural soap
- Lavish, exotic, and soothing
- Scented with pure essential oils
- Hand-crafted in small batches in Canada
Lavish and soothing soap with purple Brazilian clay
Exotic Brazilian purple clay is the hallmark of this coveted bar by Buck Naked Soap Company. Rich in magnesium, the outstanding purple clay helps promote the cell maintenance – essential for providing a younger appearance of the skin. For an added bonus, purple clay also helps protect against the adsorption of impurities while the conditioning properties of the mango butter in this bar aid in the appearance of healthy glowing skin.
What makes Buck Naked’s soaps special?
Through their small batch operation, the Buck Naked Soap Company makes only high quality, handmade, cold process soaps, formulated to moisturize and clean all skin types. They use only high-quality and responsibly sourced oils to nourish the skin. Their palm oil is certified RSPO sustainable and they use extra virgin olive oil from Greece. Their fragrances are made with pure essential oils and they never use synthetic fragrances or dyes. As a result, Buck Naked’s soaps will leave your skin feeling soft, silky, hydrated and clean.
How to make your soap last longer
Handmade soap lasts a long time if kept dry between uses. Please use a wooden draining soap dish and keep it away from direct streams of water. Also, Buck Naked’s soap bars are quite large, cutting them in half and using half at a time, will increase their life.
About Buck Naked Soap Company
Buck Naked Soap Company is a vegan luxury beauty brand from Cambridge, ON. They only use the best naturally occurring ingredients and handcraft each product with care and control. Since 2013, they have developed more than 40 products including cold-pressed soap and bath products. All of their products are 100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free.
Buck Naked is also mindful of the impact they have on the environment and its furry creatures. They use sustainable resources in their products and donate 1% of profits annually to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)