Use the Zeeplokaal handmade scrub soap with poppy seeds to gently exfoliate your skin. The poppy seed scrub soap contains only natural, herbal ingredients.

 

All soaps from Zeeplokaal are plastic-free (both the packaging and the soaps themselves), palm oil-free, sulfate-free, perfume-free, animal-free and handmade from start to finish. The brand saponifies vegetable oils into high-quality soaps that are good for people and the environment. The packaging is printed at a printing company where production is climate neutral and the paper is made from FSC certified paper.

Het Zeeplokaal Scrub Soap bar | Poppy Seeds

€10.95Price
  • The Zeeplokaal poppy seed scrub soap is especially suitable for you if you cannot tolerate essential oils or if you have very sensitive skin. Even if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and avoid products with essential oils, this is also a good choice. 

    Use this natural soap to exfoliate your body on a daily basis and it's a perfect scrub to gently clean your hands as well. The exfoliating soap will last about four to seven months if the soap is properly stored.

    If you are unsure whether you can use a product with certain ingredients, consult your doctor. For example, in case of pregnancy or a specific health condition. 

    Soap from Het Zeeplokaal is biodegradable. 

    Ingredients 

    Saponified coconut oil *, saponified castor oil, saponified sweet almond oil, water and poppy seeds * 

    * = organically produced

    Weight

    At least 130 grams.

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