For hands, and use all over naked bodies. Get sudsy in the bath and shower. For optimal longevity, keep LUSH soap in a well-drained soap dish (away from water) between uses.
Karma - CELEBRATE12
The fresh earthy scent of Karma, in a bar
An all-time classic, Karma is the ultimate LUSH scent. Spicy patchouli is complemented with refreshing lemongrass, orange oil and pine oil to create a clean and lovely smell that lasts on the skin for ages after you've washed. One whiff and you'll be hooked - for this life and the next. There's enough Karma fragrance in each bar to perfume your whole body each time you wash, and transport you back to the days of free love and flower power. Give yourself good Karma; if you've been mindful and brimming with loving kindness, this is the soap to reward you.
- Pineing for Karma: Known for its refreshing green scent, Aromatherapists use pine oil for its cleansing and antiseptic qualities.
- Lovely lavendin: Lavendin oil is used in our Karma range, from soap to fragrance and hair care. It helps to soothe the skin and promote a calmer mood.
- Good Karma: Due to customer demand, we’ve created an entire range so you can wash, bubble and bathe in Karma from head to toe.
= Natural ingredients = Safe syntheticsWater (Aqua) , Propylene Glycol , Rapeseed Oil , Coconut Oil (Brassica napus; Cocos nucifera) , Sodium Stearate , Sodium Lauryl Sulfate , Fragrance , Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin) , Sweet Orange Oil (Citrus sinensis) , Lavendin Oil (Lavendula hybrida) , Pine Oil (Pinus sylvestris) , Lemongrass Oil (Cymbopogan flexuosus) , Elemi Oil (Canarium commune) , Glycerine , Sodium Chloride , EDTA , Tetrasodium Etidronate , Gardenia Extract (Gardenia jasminoides) , *Citral , *Geraniol , *Citronellol , *Limonene , *Linalool , FD&C Red No. 4
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Q:Is this soap hypoallergenic?Asked on 4/15/2013 by Angie
A:The term "hypoallergenic" is usually used to describe products that claim to cause fewer allergic reactions than other products, but there is no official standard in the cosmetics industry that can label a product as hypoallergenic or not. Since our products do contain loads of natural ingredients in combination with some safe synthetics, we do not typically receive a lot of feedback about them causing allergic reactions. It is best to find out which ingredients commonly cause you to react and to then check the ingredient listings to make sure you are making the right choice with the products you purchase.Answered on 5/18/2013 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct