Sappo Hill, Glyceryne Cream Soap, Gardeners Fragrance-Free, 12 Bars, 3.5 oz (100 g) Each
By Sappo Hill8 Reviews
3.55 lbs (1.61 kg)
- Product Code: SAP-00115
- UPC Code: 087437001152
- Package Quantity: 12 Bars, 3.5 oz (100 g) Each
- Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 11.7 in, 3 lbs (1.36 kg)
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- All Vegetable Oil
- A Natural for Your Bath for Over 35 Years
- Minimal Packaging
- SLS Free
- No Harsh Chemicals
- Paraben Free
- 100% Green Energy Offset
Wire-cut, air dried and aged to create a long-lasting soap of exceptional mildness.
Non-GMO food grade oils of sustainable palm and coconut, water, sodium hydroxide*, organic cornmeal, organic polenta, glycerine.
*Used to make true soap; none remains in fully saponified and superfatted soap bar.
iHerb Customer Reviews
Have used a few of this Sappo Hill line and honestly love this brand. Gentle, leaves me soft and doesn't dry. Almond cream one is my fave, but sometimes I like a really scrubby bar, so I'll use one of the oatmeal soaps, or this gardener's fragrance-free (personally preference over the citrus one). Great for when I start gardening before I mean to and don't get around to using my gloves. Also like using it all over for good exfoliation. Rubbing it directly on my skin from legs and arms upwards and inwards towards the heart is a good way to wake up the body. I agree with the other reviewer that this brand of soaps seem to get better with age, which is good, because they last a long time. Very high quality. I think I get more than my money's worth. Also, like the very minimal packaging, and these are good to have around for last minute gifts.
I mostly use it for hand and bodysoap, and have never experienced any kind of trouble with it. But then again, I alternate my soaps, only using each type with 2-3 showers apart. One box lasts for ages though, and the soaps gets better and better the older they get.