Herbal Infused Liquid Soap
Activated Charcoal + Peppermint / Eucalyptus
Cleanse your skin with every moisturizing lather as you invigorate your senses. Appreciate the cleansing power of peppermint and eucalyptus with our Naga Warrior Liquid Soap. This herbal infused liquid soap is perfect for a person that is in need of aromatherapeutic self-time. Push the nozzle and enjoy the deep cleansing lather with every use. Embrace the cleansing aroma of fresh eucalyptus and strong peppermint.
This liquid soap is great for people that have dark spots on their skin. These spots may come from acne, ingrown hairs, scar, sunburns, and more. When used on the skin over a period of time, you’ll notice the dark spots clearing. Activated charcoal pulls dirt, toxins, and excess oil from the skin.
Turn your bath into a luxurious one when you add several squirts to the tub. Indulge in plenty of bubbles and a minty aroma that fills the space. The elegant aroma and cleansing lather will make you want to stay in the tub water until it’s cold!
Invigorate your skin with the Naga Warrior Liquid Soap.
- pH level – 7.5-8.5
Ingredients – Glycerine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Cocamide DIPA, Citric Acid, Sodium Chloride, Tetrasodium EDTA, Peppermint Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, and Activated Charcoal.
Usage Instructions – Face / Body / Hair
Face: Rinse face with warm/hot water. While damp, generate a lather with your hands then apply and massage in a circular motion to your entire face and hairline avoiding your eyes. Wash away studs using cool water to close and tighten pores. For best results use daily.
Body: Start with warm water, steaming hot water will remove your skin’s natural oils. To shower properly wash from top to bottom.
Hair: Pour a small amount in your hands then lather and add to your hair. As you work the lather suds throughout your hair, lightly scratch your scalp to remove skin flakes and oil. Close your eyes and rinse thoroughly.
For external use only. Please be mindful when using this soap around sensitive regions such as eyes and groin. The tingling sensation of peppermint may be too strong. Try using on a small patch of skin first to make sure it will not be inflammatory.