Moisturizing Foaming Hand Soap
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Chick Tip - We love that this soap is made by a pharmacist on a mission to create safe and effective skincare products. Only a small amount is needed to suds up and leave hands soft and smooth!
Kosmatology's foaming hand soaps are made by a pharmacist with only the highest quality organic oils such as coconut, olive and safflower that never leave hands feeling stripped of moisture. Scented with a blend of organic essential oils and NEVER any chemicals, thickening agents, perfumes or triclosan to be found. A little bit goes a long way! So many scents to choose from - you'll want one for every sink in the house!
8.5 Fl. oz
Featured in Mind Body Green!
Botanical Bliss - Lavender Eucalyptus
Goody Goody Grapefruit - Grapefruit
Herbal Fresh - Spearmint Rosemary
Lemon Lover's - Lemon
Orange Sweetness - Orange
Love your hand soap. My hands feel better now that I'm using a good, all natural product. Noticeable especially now as washing hands is even more frequent. Thanks so much!
Bath and Body Works who? Don’t need them. These soaps don’t leave your hands feeling like you need to apply lotion right after you wash your hands. They are moisturizing all while leaving your hands squeaky clean. Who doesn’t want soft hands? These soaps are my favorite around the house.
Most foaming hand washes are so drying! Not Kosmatology! So moisturizing and the scents are amazing. You can feel good about using it because it doesn't have any of the nasties. My household soap! :)
I love a foaming hand soap, but when I committed to clean beauty/skin care, I had to give up my favorite "dirty" foaming product. Enter Kosmatology's Moisturizing Foaming Hand Soap. I have this in both bathrooms and the kitchen - grapefruit and lemon in the bathrooms and spearmint rosemary (herbal fresh) in the kitchen. The spearmint scent is a little strong, but not unpleasant; grapefruit and lemon are so lightly scented that I don't even notice them. So glad I found Kosmatology!
*None of the Potassium Hydroxide remains after saponifying oils into soap and glycerin.>