The perfect gift


100 grams of handmade natural soap with Moroccan red clay & little roses.

It comes with a nice linen eco-friendly gift pouch.Handmade natural soap with Moroccan red clay & little roses.

A selection of luxurious oils has been chosen for the perfect moisturising & cleansing combination.

Color: Brown
  • Ingredients

    Combination of organic shea butter, olive oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, coconut oil, castor oil & essential oil blend

  • Return & Refund Policy

    On items eligible for returns, you have 14 days from delivery to submit a return request.

  • Shipping Info


    Standard Delivery €5
    Our standard service is delivered within 1-5 working days with ACS courier


    Standard Delivery €15
    Our standard service is delivered within 5-7 working days with ACS courier

    Free shipping worldwide over 100 euros

  • Usage

    Body & face cleanser, moisturiser and makeup removal


    TIp 1

    Place your soap on a holder that drains the water. This way your soap will last longer. 


    TIp 2

    Slice your soap. Oh yes.. You can even slice your soap in order to maximise its life.. Keep the other half away from humidity as much as possible.

  • Properties

    Moroccan Red Clay

    Moroccan Red Clay (aka Rhassoul Clay or Red Clay) has been used for the last 1400 years as a soap, shampoo, and skin conditioner. Luxuriantly smooth to the touch, its highly absorbent and exfoliating qualities make this clay a must have in top notch professional spas.

    Red clay comes from ancient deposits in the fertile Atlas Mountains of Morocco, mined from deposits made by volcanic activity and geothermic changes in the soil.

    • Removes oils from the pores and tightens them
    • Smoothes skin texture
    • Improves the firmness of the skin
    • Improved skin elasticity
    • Improved skin clarity, very effective as an acne treatment
    • Reduces dryness with consistent use (2-3 times a week)
    • Pulls toxins from the skin
    • Exfoliates and cleanses the skin
    • Removes dead skin cells