Traditional Tallow Soap – Natural Scented Bath Soaps
100% Natural & Nourishing
Our traditional scented tallow bath soaps have stood the test of time over the years, the recipe has rarely changed. Added to the base of the soap are 4 different scents, carefully selected and tested until right fragrance was found. 100% natural free range tallow is used to make this natural scented bath soap
Herewith a little more on each natural scented bath soap:
KOFI & MINTS – A gentle exfoliating bar made with freshly brewed African Organic Arabica coffee and the left over grounds. Lovely to exfoliate those pesky spots (Keratosis pilaris) that many of us get on the upper-arm area. We add a dash of pure essential oils of spearmint, peppermint and wintergreen for an invigorating uplifting boost.Delish.
TEA & ROSES – We replaced the water with freshly brewed Jasmine, white, English, Rooibos and Honeybush tea. Added essential oils of Rosewood, Patchouli & Geranium which, if you are a Patchouli fan, will knock your socks off! We also never discard anything in the Primal kitchen, thus add the steeped botanicals into the soap batch afterwards giving an even more intense aroma and silky exfoliation.
CITRUS BURST – Also a slight exfoliation added to this refreshing bar. We re-use and re-cycle where possible – from our organic gardens we blend dried lemon/orange/clementine peel with pure essential oils of lemongrass, verbena and sweet orange. This bar is a must have for getting rid of odors e.g. chef’s onion & garlic hands as well as grease from mechanic hands, dirt from gardeners hands, tough dirt from DIY hands etc.
OAT BISCUIT – Silky and gentle. Great for the whole family. Oats moisturise and address dry skin symptoms like itching, rashes, scales as well as cleanse without causing irritation. Raw buttermilk is rich in lactic acid which softens, brighten and lighten the skin. Oat biscuit bars may be used on the face and body.
Pure Primal Bath bars are all:
Fragrance and glycerine free
Our products might change slightly depending on the season, read here why.