- Ultra moisturising, scented natural soap.
- All in one use for body, hair and hands, to enhance your bathroom or kitchen
- 150 ml & Vegan
Delivery throughout Europe
Aqua, Coco glucoside, Glyceryl oleate, Lauryl glucoside, Glycerin, Capryl/caprylyl glucoside, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Cannabis sativa oil, Argania spinosa oil, Cetearyl wheat straw glycosides and Cetearyl alcohol, Vetiveria zizanoides, Cedrus deodora, Cistus ladaniferus, Xanthan gum, Tocopherol, Sodium benzoate & Potassium sorbate. Naturally occurring Limonene & Benzyl Alcohol
‘Ruh’ meaning essence or soul of North Indian wild rhizomes of vetiver called ‘Khus’ combined with hints of Himalayan cedar and labdanum and infused with the moisturising properties of freshly pressed argan and hemp seed.
This ultra-hydrating soap is perfect for the bathroom or kitchen. Post washing your hands and body will carry the energy and scent of these wonderful plants.
How best to enjoy
Lather on to hands and body with warm water and rinse off. Very pleasurable in combination with The Herball Agarwood & Labdanum Cream.
Ruh Khus (Vetiveria zizanoides) Traditional hydro-distillation of wild-harvested vetiver rhizomes in copper stills from one of India’s most celebrated distillers. The vetiver rhizomes were harvested and distilled between February – March 2020 in Hasayan and Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh. The oil of Ruh Khus is a beautiful emerald green due to its conversation with the copper vessel.
Cistus ladaniferus (labdanum) The bushy Cistus ladaniferus trees grow in the sun-drenched rocky terroir of the Isfahan Province near Kashan, Iran. Labdanum is a member of the rock rose family it produces a beguiling, pungent and highly aromatic resin that forms on the branches and buds of the young Cistus trees, this highly aromatic resin is collected by hand by the local communities before being cleaned and extracted.
Cedrus deodora (Himalayan Cedar) A sensual, woody balsamic oil produced by our friend Bharat in Himachal Pradesh, North India from sustainable cedar forests. Cedrus deodora is a cedar species native to the Himalayas, growing at altitudes of 1,650-2,400 metres. Steam distilled from the roots and stumps of mature cedar trees from 2019, each harvested tree is replaced with seeds to rejuvenate the cedarwood forests.