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Goat's Milk & Honey by Kinder Soaps

RM 21.00

Product description


Kinder Soaps – Goat’s Milk and Honey

A gentle cleanser with just the right amount of moisturization, which makes it a lovely choice for newborn babies.


Characteristics and Usage

Use on face, body and hair. 


Scent: Unscented. However you may smell a hint of ginger biscuits, or something sweet that has just been taken out of a hot oven.


LatherRich and creamy when used directly on hair or bath puff/sponge. Lathers up quite nicely in the palm of your hand too.


IngredientsSodium cocoate (Coconut oil), Sodium olivate (olive oil), Sodium cocoa butterate (Cocoa butter), Caprae lac (Goat milk), Macadamia integrifolia (Macadamia) Nut Oil, Honey, Camellia oleifera (Camellia) Seed Oil, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) extract


Net weightEach soap bar weighs around 110g +/-. Please allow a 5g difference in weight.


Usage Instruction

Wet your soap bar and lather it up in the palm of your hand, or with a shower puff. If using as a shampoo bar, you may lather it directly on wet hair.


Try not to lather your soap under running water, as this will dissolve the soap faster than necessary.


Care Instruction

To prolong its useful life, allow the soap to be as dry as possible in between uses by placing it in a well-draining soap dish. Do not enclose wet soap in a soap case.


Store your fresh, unused soap in an airtight container placed in the fridge. When you remove it from the fridge, please be aware that condensation might form on the soap, depending on your room temperature and humidity.


Keep away from direct sunlight, extreme heat and humidity.


Impact on environment

In store packaging: Packaging free

Courier Packaging: packed in compostable or reusable packaging materials and reusable cartons boxes, wraps to minimize environmental damage

Reuse/Recycling: easy to recycle


Supplier: Kinder Soaps is a local company with two key goals: to comfort troubled skin and to do it in a way that does not burden Mother Nature unnecessarily.