Polishing Suds | Apple & Sage
The all-natural, vegan way to get smooth, radiant skin without any of the chemicals you'd find in other soaps. Made with organic loofah, these suds are a perfect blend of exfoliation and hydration, so you can get rid of dead skin cells and moisturize at the same time.
But what really sets our Polishing Suds apart from the competition is the incredible variety of scents we offer. Choose from four signature scents that will make your skin smell absolutely amazing: organic turmeric & citrus for a zesty, energizing kick; apple & sage for a fresh, herbal twist; charcoal with tea tree & lavender for a sophisticated, earthy vibe; or sea clay & peppermint for a refreshing, minty tingle.
And the best part? Our Polishing Suds are not only all-natural and vegan, but they're also paraben and phthalate-free, cruelty-free, and free from SLS and SLES. Plus, they're shipped in biodegradable packaging, so you can feel good about using them on your skin and the environment.
Natural loofah is a type of sponge made from the fibrous skeleton of a loofah plant. It is a natural exfoliant that helps to remove dead skin cells and improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin.
Vegetable glycerin (non-GMO) is a moisturizing ingredient that is derived from plants. It helps to attract and retain moisture in the skin, leaving it feeling soft and hydrated.
Water is an essential component of skincare products. It helps to hydrate and refresh the skin, and is a necessary ingredient for many other skincare ingredients to work effectively.
Coconut oil is a rich, nourishing oil that is high in fatty acids and vitamins. It helps to moisturize and protect the skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth.
Palm oil is a plant-based oil that is rich in fatty acids and vitamins. It helps to moisturize and protect the skin, and is often used in skincare products for its emollient properties.
Safflower oil is a lightweight oil that is easily absorbed by the skin. It is rich in fatty acids and helps to moisturize and protect the skin.
Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol that is often used in skincare products as a humectant. It helps to attract and retain moisture in the skin, keeping it hydrated.
Lye, also known as sodium hydroxide, is a alkaline substance that is used in small amounts in some soap-making processes to help the ingredients combine and form soap. When properly combined and reacted with other ingredients, the lye is neutralized and does not pose a risk to the skin.
Glyceryl oleate is a naturally-occurring fatty acid that is often used in skincare products as an emulsifier and emollient. It helps to moisturize and protect the skin, and can also help other ingredients to be more easily absorbed by the skin.