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Castile Bar Soap, Grapefruit (Pure Simple)


All Pure Simple bar soaps are handmade via cold process and with organic cold pressed Olive Oil, Coconut oil, Shea butter and/or sustainable Palm oil. Only pure aromatherapy essential oils are used to fragrance these mild, but effective soap bars. 100% natural. Free of SLSs, synthetic fragrances or dyes.

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Suitable for all skin types
Ingredients: Olive oil, Water, Caustic Soda, Essential oil

What is a Castile Soap?
Well, it is a soap. Castile Soap is named after Castile region of Spain, where it was traditionally made with olive oil. Olive oil was available in abundance in the region and the soaps made were pure white, very mild and effective. The whiteness was seen as purity, which made it very popular with Spanish royalty. As centuries went by, Castile soap began to make its way all over Europe, entering the British market during mid-1500s.
Castile soap is available in liquid form or as a solid bar and can be used to wash your face, hair and body, for beard washing, rinsing fruits and veggies, as laundry detergent, cleaning windows and all general household cleaning.


Pure Simple

Pure Simple is a local company which specializes in handmade pure vegetable oil-based soaps, creams and household cleaners. Pure Simple is run by owner Sandra Williams, who hand makes all the products at her premises in Claremont and, where possible, ingredients are sourced locally to minimise the carbon footprint and to support environment friendly principles. All finished products are biodegradable and contain no artificial additives, synthetic surfactants, colorants, cosmetic fragrances, paraben-type preservatives, mineral oils or petroleum based ingredients. Packaging has also been specially sourced to ensure that it is biodegradable and/or recyclable.


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