Raspberry Rice Pudding Soap
Creamy fruit bar to help soften skin & hair. Raspberries are a potent antioxidants and help fight damage from the elements. Coconut milk & coconut oil are a fabulous for dandruff, help strengthen the hair and reduce protein loss during washing. Rice flour is very beneficial for thinning hair because it contains so many nutrients your hair thrives on; vitamins E, B1, B3, B6, folacin & potassium, as well as key minerals to promote growth. Organic apple cider vinegar balances the pH on your scalp, aid's in removing excess product buildup and seal's the hair cuticle, as closed hair cuticles results in better curl definition. Organic raw shea butter intensely moisturizes the hair & scalp, leaving your hair shiny, healthy & moisturized.
Scented with juicy ripe raspberries, sweet spun sugar and whipped cream.
- Organic anti-oxidant rich fresh raspberries
- Nourishing butters
- Astringent apple cider vinegar
5-5.5 oz/141-156 g bar
Sodium Soybeanate, Sodium Cocoate, Sustainable Sodium Palmate, Sodium Olivate,Sodium Castorate, Sodium Stearate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butte, organic raspberries, coconut milk, fragrance, rice flour, organic apple cider vinegar, mica, titanium dioxide
This is supposed to be a shampoo. But I used it as a body soap. The scent is awesome, and it leaves the skin so soft.
Oh so GOOD!
Love this soap. It's similar to Cranberry Cookie but the scent is stronger. It's very moisturizing and the smell definitely lingers a few hours after usage.
This is my favorite shampoo bar so far. I first tried Cream and Coco products about two or three years ago. I've loved them ever since. The shampoo bars are possibly my favorite products and have ruined me for liquid shampoo. This bar lathers and leaves my hair feeling clean but not stripped. The smell is heavenly and my hair dresser now makes me bring it with me whenever I let her do my hair. Also, the bar lasts a good while. This one was sold out when I went to purchase for Black Friday but I bought three others and am looking forward to trying them out.