Pinot noir grapes are one of the oldest grapes used for wine. Back to the first century, during the Roman era, this wine was very popular in Gaul.
Pinot Noir is derived from the French words for “pine” and “black” and it chiefly associated with Burgundy region king of wine. Nowadays, in Kent, Pinot noir is developing by passionate wine makers.
This soap is made with by-products from Simpsons Wine, wine makers in the Garden of England, Kent.
Ingredients: Olea Europaea (olive oil), Aqua (water), helianthus annuus (sunflower oil), cocos nucifera (coconut oil), (water), butyrospermum Parkii (Shea butter), ricinus communis (castor oil), theobroma (cocoa) seed butter (cocoa butter), (Pinot Noir fresh lees), Cinnamomum zeylanium leaf oil (Cinnamon), zingiber officinale extract (Ginger), ocimum basilicum (Basil)
Allergens from the essential oils: Eugenol, linalool, benzoyl benzoate, Cinnamal, limonene, cinnamyl alcohol, citral, coumarin.
No artificial fragrances, no palm oil, no artificial preservatives, no PEG compounds, no petroleum, plastic, no animal testing and it’s a vegan option.
Direction of use: wet your hands and then rub the Pinot noir soap gently between them until the soap lathers up. Massage the lather over your hands or your body before rinsing with warm water.