The cost of this 250 ml bottle may seem a whit extravagant, but in this instance, a little goes a long way. One tidy pump of foam - no more or less - will satisfactorily cleanse any pair of hands not afflicted by gigantism. Its piquant scent is invigorating - overpowering in large doses, but pleasantly fragrant in the measured amounts that ought be utilized. This doesn't leave the skin of my hands dry, nor does it slick them with a disgusting residue. Its bottle reads that no petroleum, sulfates, detergents, GMOs, preservatives or artificial colors or fragrances are included in the ingredients, which include the ever-versatile cannabis sativa and no fewer than four essential oils.
This soap is biodegradable, and its very attractive bottle was molded from recycled and recyclable plastic, which is encouraging. Environmental awareness is not the exclusive domain of vacant hippies, and if more people could be convinced to spend a little more money on products like this (which can be used sparingly to great effect) they would ultimately save money and deter pollution.
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