Virgin coconut oil: indigenous to Polynesia, coconut oil (mano’i) has been used by Polynesians for centuries to condition the hair, nourish, and heal the skin, as well as add a beautiful scent to the body. Virgin coconut oil also has antibacterial properties and is high in antioxidants. Tea tree oil is native to Australia and, as a testament to its medicinal quality, the Australian army included it in their first aid kits for its wound healing properties. Tea tree patchouli soap is particularly popular in the summer months when the skin is oilier and more prone to bacteria. We have heard amazing stories about its success with teenagers and their beautiful maturing faces. This soap also contains the unique oil, patchouli, which is thick and dark in its pure form and its essence is incredible. In aromatherapy, patchouli is used to balance emotions and reduce anxiety. This soap is a marriage of royal medicines, and we often hear people say “it is the only soap I ever use.”

Once in the shower or bath wet the Tea Tree Patchouli bar of soap. The soap should begin to lather onto your skin. Cleanse and exfoliate in circular motions, focusing on cleansing the full body or face. After use, rinse well.


  • Saponified coconut oil
  • Olive oil
  • Palm oil
  • Grapeseed oil
  • Organic virgin coconut oil
  • Organic glycerin
  • Tea tree essential oil
  • Patchouli essential oil
  • Organic aloe gel
  • Organic poppy seeds
  • Organic wheat bran
  • Vitamin E
  • Rosemary seed extract


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