Tea Tree & Green Sea Mud Facial Soap
Featuring an essential oil blend of tea tree oil, blue mallee eucalyptus, and frankincense essential oils, this facial soap bar is a skin-loving bar loaded with green sea mud, white kaolin clay, and activated charcoal. Made with luxurious oils, including avocado and hemp seed oil, and rounded out with organic, unrefined shea butter.
This bar is highly recommended by our Soap Testers, both for the fresh, clean smell and how fantastic it leaves their skin feeling.
Bars weigh between 4.2-4.6 oz, and last months, typically.
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The facial soap is high on my favorites list! It feels so nice, gets all the dirt road life off my face and makes me want to take those few minutes for myself!
A must have for your facial regimen!
Absolutely the best soap I have ever used.
My skin became much softer & smoother after the first used.
I am amazed!!
I'm 57 years old and NOBODY believes my age. I attribute this to a combination of good genes and Tabula Rasa's facial soap!
There are days in the summer (I live in Memphis, it's muggy) when I don't even need moisturizer after cleansing with this soap. It's that non-drying. And in the winter when my skin used to be so dry and tight I was resorting to using Vaseline for relief, I don't have to do that anymore.
If I could give this 11 stars I would! ;-)
It has a great lather and leaves my face feeling clean without feeling too dry or greasy. I can't use anything else because I can't find anything with the lather this has that doesn't leave my face feeling too dry and if it's a cream it's too heavy and greasy. Been using this a long time now and I LOVE the condition my skin is in.
This soap makes my skin feel perfect, and is winning the fight against seasonal break outs.
Hemp Seed Oil is traditionally used in soap making to increase the skin conditioning properties, and for a luxurious lather. Hemp Oil contains high levels of unsaturated fats, which many soap makers use to give their soaps moisturizing properties.
Avocado oil is traditionally used in soap making to increase the skin conditioning properties, and for a creamier lather. Avocado oil also has as a high content of vitamin A, D and E.
Shea Butter is traditionally used in soap making to add a dense, creamy, moisturizing lather and contributes to making a harder, longer lasting bar.
Coconut oil is a soapmaking favorite! It contributes an abundance of fluffy lather, even in the hardest of water.
Palm Oil has a slippery history, but RSPO certified palm oil helps protect the rainforests and farmer’s livelihoods, while also helping your bar last much longer in your shower.
Kaolin clay adds a little slip to your lather so your washcloth glides over your skin, while also helping the fragrance last longer in your bar.
French Green Clay has been used for centuries in skin care because of its excellent oil absorption properties.
Activated charcoal has been used for centuries in skin care because of its excellent track record at absorbing oil and drawing other gnarlies to itself – and away from skin.
Our proprietary blend of Blue Mallee Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, and Frankincense essential oils, each with a long, distinguished history of use in skin care.
Sodium hydroxide – often called lye – is the magic-maker in cold process soap. It’s what’s responsible for taking all those oils and turning them into soap. We formulate our soap so there’s no lye left in our bars.
Sodum Lactate is considered a humectant, which means it draws water to it, but in soap making, it helps firm up bars so they don’t crack and last longer in your shower. It’s made from fermenting corn and beets, which we think is pretty cool.
Sodium Citrate is one of two ingredients we use to counter hard water. Sodium Citrate helps balance the pH of our bars and softens the water a bit so the lather washes right off – taking the minerals that cause that hard water film on your skin with it.
Sodium Gluconate is one of two ingredients we use to counter hard water. Sodium Gluconate helps bind up some of the minerals that make water hard so the lather washes right off – taking the minerals that cause that hard water film on your skin with it. It does double duty as a gentle natural preservative, too.