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Coconut Milk and Vanilla Bath Bomb - Zero Waste

Coconut Milk and Vanilla Bath Bomb - Zero Waste

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Naturally smooth Coconut Milk and Vanilla Bath Bomb. Be the change - Zero Waste :-)

A fizzy creamy bath bomb with the scent of Coconut Milk and Vanilla.

Gingerbeli's line of zero-waste cosmetics is a game-changer for eco-conscious beauty enthusiasts. Their eco-friendly approach goes beyond just the products themselves, extending to the entire packaging and production process. Gingerbeli's zero-waste cosmetics are packaged in reusable and recyclable containers, eliminating the need for single-use plastics and excessive waste.

Skin type: for all skin types

Scent: sweet, vanilla

Size: 40 gr

How to use:  Drop the bomb into your prepared bath. The bomb will start to fizz, dissolve, and release nourishing ingredients. Intended for a relaxing bath.

Ingredients (INCI): Sodium Bicarbonate, Citric Acid, Zea Mays Starch, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Cocos Nucifera Oil, Cocos Nucifera Fruit Extract, Maltodextrin, Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil, Sodium Caseinate, Glycerin, Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, CI 19140

Gingerbeli's zero-waste cosmetics empower you to look and feel your best while making a positive impact on the planet. By choosing these products, you're not just investing in your beauty; you're investing in a greener, more sustainable future. Explore Gingerbeli's zero-waste cosmetic range today and experience eco-conscious glamour like never before.

"To be honest, I have been never a fan of solid cosmetics until I tried this solid Zero Waste cosmetics with a refreshing scent. Now I am really looking forward to taking a shower because it feels so nice. It feels so natural and good to support the environment, by using less plastic. Did you know that one solid bar is equivalent to 3 bottles? That means one bar can save 3 plastic bottles from being made or disposed of in landfills around the world. Isn't it worth the try? :-)" Jana 

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