JFB Oatmeal Lemon Soap Bar, 4oz Bar
Oatmeal - the superfood for your skin. Oats are ground to a fine powder, mixed with natural pure oils and lemon zest to cleanse, calm, and refresh your skin. Oatmeal has a mild PH level and won’t irritate your skin, and it contains zinc, also beneficial to fight bacteria. Oatmeal has naturally anti-inflammatory, anti-itch, and antioxidant properties. Also made with mineral-filled Kaolin White and Pink Clay, to remove skin impurities.
Makes a great foamy lather, thanks to our “super fatted” Olive and Avocado oil formula. There’s a fresh scent of lemon to open your eyes.
Perfect for dry, sensitive skin or acne-prone skin. This soap is not drying - the oatmeal does it’s job to cleanse and detoxify, and the natural pure oils give your skin needed moisture. You will come away with moisturized, soft, clean skin.
What Goes Into Our Oatmeal Lemon Soap
- Colloidal Oatmeal: Pure Milled Oatmeal
- Cocos Nucifera Oil: Pure Coconut Oil
- Elaeis Guineensis: Sustainably Farmed Pure Palm Oil
- Olea Europaea Fruit Oil: Pure Olive Oil
- Persea Americana Oil: Pure Avocado Oil
- Ricinus Communis Oil: Castor Oil
- Sodium Hydroxide: Saponifying Agent (None remains in the soap)
- Natural Lemon: Natural Lemon Essential oil
- Kaolin Pink: Pink Clay
- Kaolin White: White Clay
For Best Results
Wet your face with warm, not hot, water. Build up a lather in your hands or on a facial sponge. Massage into your skin. Enjoy the lather and the refreshing smells. Rinse with warm or cool water. Pat dry with a clean towel and smile.
Care for Your Soap
To keep the soap lasting a long time, store away from standing water, preferably in a “soap saver” dish.
How Our Soaps are Made
Junk Free Beauty Bar Soaps are handmade by cold process. Ingredients are " cooked" to no more than 120 degrees, then poured into our open molds. Open molds allow the soap the cure more naturally, allowing air bubbles to escape and the oils to distribute throughout the soap loaf. After cooling and curing for 3-5 weeks, the soaps are cut into 4oz bars. There is always some natural variation in color.