Your new luxurious, plastic-free body wash!
A plastic-free solid body wash that offers a luxurious, vegan palm-free alternative to solid soap bars.
Some commercial soap bars (not our collection ☺️) can have a high pH which disrupts the delicate balance of your skin. These solid body wash Kubes are pH balanced and contain skin nourishing coconut milk, pro-vitamin b5 and moisturising apricot kernel oil.
Super-easy to crumble, these little beauties mean you no longer have to take plastic bottles into the shower or bath. Each box contains 27 individual body wash Kubes. 1 Kube = 1 Wash!
Packaged in biodegradable paper and cardboard with a home-compostable film wrapper (to keep any crumbs in!).
- Cruelty Free
- Plastic Free
- Vegan Friendly
- Sulphate Free
- Silicon Free
- Palm Oil Free
- Zero Waste
How to Use:
Just take one Kube with you into the shower, crush it between your wet palms - (wet hands work best) and rub hands together to create a smooth paste. Massage this into all areas of the body to create a creamy, luxurious, sulphate-free lather.
Size: Each box contains 27 Kubes
Ingredients: Tapioca starch*, Sodium cocoyl isethionate, Cocos nucifera milk powder*, Sodium cocoyl glutamate, Inulin, Panthenol, Glycerin (Palm-free; from a rapeseed source), Citrus aurantium dulcis peel oil*, Tocopherol, Cymbopogon schoenanthus oil*, Cedrus atlantica wood oil*, Citrus bergamia peel oil expressed*, Helianthus annuus seed oil, Acacia senegal gum* d-Limonene**, ; Citral**, Citronellol**, Eugenol**, Geraniol**, ; Linalol**
*Organic ingredient **Occurs naturally in essential oil.
After successfully running their natural beauty company, Eve of St. Agnes since 2011, Morten Pedersen and Emma Heywood decided to remove all plastic packaging from their range, and in 2018, launched a never-before-done new plastic-free concept into the beauty market. Their goal was to offer natural, organic and vegan friendly products – completely free from plastic, sulphates, silicones and other materials that can have highly adverse effects not only on the environment, but also on the skin and general health.