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Scent: Japanese Supreme Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint has a powerful, minty-fresh, camphoraceous, cool, and distinctive fragrance.

The use of peppermint soap is very effective when it comes to bacterial eradication. What makes peppermint soap so desirable for health, though, isn't just its cleansing properties but its additional effects, in aromatherapy particularly. Peppermint's aroma brings about a calming effect. For a very relaxing bath, you can use peppermint soap for maximum bliss.

For those who pull all-nighters due to work or study, baths with peppermint soap would come in really handy, as a sniff of peppermint essential oil stimulates the mind. You'll practically regain all the vitality your mind had over the day after a nice, warm bath with peppermint soap.

The nutrients and menthol content found in peppermint essential oil is responsible for the effects of peppermint soap. First up, peppermint soap, when applied to the skin in either solid or liquid form, kills germs and bacteria on the surface, leaving residue that can be washed off with water.

In aromatherapy, aromatic molecules, or the active ingredients in essential oils, interact with the nasal cavity when inhaled through the nose. Next, these molecules make their way up to the brain at the limbic system, which controls the activity of the endocrine and nervous systems. The brain then transmits these molecules to the aforementioned organ systems. The endocrine system, which is in charge of hormonal release, carries these molecules as hormones are released to the bloodstream and in turn, the molecules are circulated to different parts of the body with the blood. The nervous system, when doused with aromatic molecules, sends messages to its nerve receptors to slow down, subsequently creating stress relief.

Dried peppermint leaves:

Enhances peppermint soap qualities, and acts as a mild exfoliator.


Made using natural, exotic butters - Cocoa, Mango and nourishing Shea Butter. SLS and SLES-free, this soap base is super emollient, and soothes and moisturizes your skin with this wonderful combination. 

Glycerin is a natural emollient, a by-product of soap making, which draws moisture out of the air to benefit the skin's health. It cleanses without stripping or upsetting the delicate natural pH balance necessary for soft, healthy skin. Even with the use of rich botanic butters, this soap rinses clean and leaves no soapy film behind. 

Soap bases are produced with the highest quality, double-distilled and deodorized clear coconut oil to form luxurious lather.


  • Fantastic creamy lather
  • Helps moisturize dry skin
  • High in natural emollients

Key Active Ingredients:

  • Cocoa Butter
  • Vegetable glycerine
  • Mango Butter
  • Shea Butter
  • Avocado Oil
  • Full Spectrum raw Vitamin E

Avocado Oil

Description: Avocado Carrier Oil contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E, and Beta carotene. It is classified as a monounsaturated oil and is best suited for dry skin conditions in topical applications.

Effects of Topical Vitamins:

Vitamin A:

Thickens and stimulates the dermis – where your collagen, elastin and blood vessels are – so it reduces wrinkles and increases blood flow to the surface of the skin. Vitamin A actually increases the deposition of collagen; therefore it slows the normal aging breakdown of your collagen and elastin. Is considered a thorough exfoliator, and this repeated shedding of the upper dermal layer forces the skin to produce new cells and stimulate collagen production.

Vitamin B:

Will help heal damaged complexion when applied topically.

Vitamin C:

Topical vitamin c have beneficial effects on skin cells, and some studies have shown that vitamin C may help prevent and treat ultraviolet (UV)-induced photodamage.

Vitamin E:

Is an antioxidant superstar. Benefits include enhancing the efficacy of active sunscreen ingredients, reducing the formation of free radicals from exposure to UV rays, promoting the healing process, strengthening the skin's barrier function, protecting the skin barrier's lipid balance, and reducing trans epidermal water loss.

Vitamin D:

Vitamin D plays an integral role in skin protection and rejuvenation.

In its active form as calcitriol, vitamin D contributes to skin cell growth, repair, and metabolism. It optimizes the skin’s immune system and helps destroy free radicals that can cause premature aging.

While the body can produce vitamin D on its own through sun exposure, too much sun accelerates skin aging. Over time, it can damage the skin, leading to wrinkles, sun spots—and increased risk of skin cancer.

Age, skin color, geographic latitude, seasonal variations in sunlight availability, and sunscreen use make it difficult for your body to produce all the vitamin D it needs.

Much of the vitamin D produced in the skin is also taken up and used by other systems of the body.

Between the ages of 20 and 70, your skin loses about 75% of its ability to produce vitamin D3—the metabolic precursor to calcitriol.

Topical vitamin D application can exert a protective and rejuvenating effect on aging skin.

Beta Carotene:

Increase cell turn-over and regeneration in the outer layers of the skin. Topical application of beta-carotene can enhance the appearance of the skin by restoring suppleness and adding a “glowing” pigment that seemingly evens out the skin tone. Beta-carotene’s antioxidant attributes, such as sun damage protection, are used to prevent the signs of aging in the skin; Beta-carotene’s corrective properties are used to help heal scratches and prevent scarring.

Full spectrum raw Vitamin E:

Vitamin E plays a crucial role in protecting skin cells and membranes from environmental damage. This protection extends to preventing damage to the skin from UV rays, pollutants and the effects of aging. The d-alpha-tocopherol also protects against lipid peroxidation, which helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This form of Vitamin E is GMO-free and gluten-free. Full spectrum raw Vitamin E is a natural antioxidant.