Breathe is an essential oil blend that may help clear your head.
Eucalyptus oil comes from the eucalyptus tree, native to Australia. It has a powerful scent that is easily recognizable, and as an essential oil, it may be used as an antiseptic, may be antispasmodic, and may have the ability to enhance concentration. It also may have cooling properties, which give it deodorizing characteristics. This cooling capability may also help with muscle aches and pains.
Peppermint grows in all parts of the world and has smooth and often purple leaves and purple labiate flowers. It is widely used in soap-making due to its aromatic and antimicrobial nature as well as its toning properties. It is also a drying herb and is not recommended for dry or flaky skin conditions.
Spearmint is a native of the Mediterranean area. A hardy perennial herb, spearmint reaches about 3 feet in height. It has characteristic lance-shaped leaves with pink or lilac-colored flowers. Its history of use dates back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who revered spearmint oil for its wellness benefits, such as sparking inspiration and providing mental clarity, instilling feelings of calm and relaxation, and clearing and awakening the senses.
This is a cold-process soap made with olive oil, goat milk, coconut oil, sweet almond oil, organic sustainable palm oil, sodium hydroxide, organic cocoa butter, shea butter, peppermint essential oil, eucalyptus essential oil, spearmint essential oil, and sodium lactate.
You are buying one bar of Breathe soap weighing approximately 4.5oz.
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