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Cedar and Sandalwood Soap Bar • The soap and the sea

Organic handmade soap 100g | 3.52z


Incl. 19% VAT, excl. shipping costs.

Why you'll love it:

The Coal, Rosemary & Mandarin black organic soap helps to absorb skin toxins and impurities, while extra shea butter gently moisturizes the skin. Rosemary’s pungent herby scent is balanced with Mandarin’s honeyed fruity notes for a comforting full body experience.

Made with the ocean in mind

All the soaps from The soap and the sea are 100% natural, organic and vegan certified. They have been formulated to be respectful of your skin and of the planet.

How to use

Dermatologically tested and organic, our soap is totally safe but can sting if it enters the eyes. If this happens, simply rinse out with plenty of water.


Cocos nucifera oil*, Aqua**, Sodium hydroxide, Olea europaea fruit oil*, Butyrospermum barkii butter*, Glycerin**, Parfum**, Charcoal powder**, Tocopherol**, Limonene**, Linalool**, Geraniol**

*organic / **natural origin

On a mission to help ocean coservation

The soap and the Sea is on a mission to make soap little ambassadors for our enormous ocean, and rally a community of Ocean Friends as we go. 50% of their profits are donated to ocean conservation via their fund The Wishful Squid.

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Thoughtfully produced

100% Natural

Organic & Vegan Certified

Cruelty Free

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A gentle soap that smells great and helps preserve the ocean.

100% Natural
Organic & Vegan Certified
Cruelty Free
Plastic Free
No Palm Oil

The organic soaps are made by hand in a small family-owned factory by the sea in Spain, using the traditional soap making process known as cold saponification.