The YOKU Lavender & Patchouli natural soap is a botanical face & body bar without single-use plastic waste. Powerful natural ingredients create a deeply gentle and moisturising bar, with a mix of essential oils to form each scent.
Our collections are produced using techniques that respect both people and planet. We’re advocates for transparency and traceability, values that sit at our mission’s core. Our packaging is 100% recyclable and reusable.
No single-use plastic — our face & body bars are without the plastic bottle. Each bar eliminates single-use plastic waste.
Each product is shipped in a recycled paper box. This can be recycled with your other paper materials.
Carbon neutral — We offset 100% of our carbon footprint (including your order) by investing in strategic carbon offsetting and forest preservation projects.
How to use
With clean hands, soak your face or body, wet the soap and work into a rich lather for about 10 seconds.
Apply the lather onto your face or body and gently massage skin with circular movements for at least 20 seconds. Avoid the eye area.
Rinse with lukewarm water and gently pat dry with a clean towel.
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