Rosemary and Cinnamon handmade soap

£5.00

Nora & Ferry Rosemary and Cinnamon handmade soaps are hand cut into generous 125g square shape bars. They are made using a gentle blend of olive oil, shea butter and castor oil for the softest lather and the finest bubbles. A subtle combination of rosemary and cinnamon creates a warm, luxurious scent and rhassoul clay helps to cleanse the skin and retain moisture.

All the Nora & Ferry traditionally made, cold-process soaps are lovingly created on a small farm in Torrington, north Devon, using a careful blend of quality oils, butters and essential oils. Created from 100% natural ingredients, they are free from artificial colourings and preservatives, nor do they use palm oil. Nora & Ferry avoid plastic in all packaging, choosing instead to individually wrap each bar in their own recyclable paper.

Also available in mini bars, £2.50, in our in-house store in Lymington

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Nora & Ferry Rosemary and Cinnamon handmade soap is hand cut into generous 125g square shape bars. They are made using a gentle blend of olive oil, shea butter and castor oil for the softest lather and the finest bubbles. A subtle combination of rosemary and cinnamon creates a warm, luxurious scent and rhassoul clay helps to cleanse the skin and retain moisture.

Every Nora & Ferry traditionally made, cold-process handmade soap is lovingly created on a small farm in Torrington, north Devon, using a careful blend of quality oils, butters and essential oils. Created from 100% natural ingredients, they are free from artificial colourings and preservatives, vegan friendly and cruelty free, plus they do not use palm oil. Nora & Ferry avoid plastic in all packaging, choosing instead to individually wrap each bar in their own recyclable paper.

About Nora & Ferry

Norra & Ferry is a small, family-run business who make luxury artisan soaps and candles. The soap is hand blended and poured in their workshop, which is situated in the beautiful rural countryside of north Devon. Living so close to nature, they are extremely conscious of humans’ impact on the environment, so they use only 100% natural ingredients. Their soaps are SLS and paraben free.

Why avoid parabens?

Parabens are a type of preservative first introduced in the 1950s. They’re used to prolong shelf-life in many health and beauty products by preventing the growth of mould and bacteria within them and allow products to last for months, even years, in our bathroom cabinet.

However, when you use products containing these preservatives they can also enter your body through your skin. In 2004 a British study found traces of five parabens in the breast tissue of 19 out of 20 women studied. Parabens are believed to disrupt hormone function by mimicking oestrogen. Too much oestrogen can trigger an increase in breast cell division and growth of tumours, which is why paraben use has been linked to breast cancer and reproductive issues.

Unfortunately, it’s not just a case of looking for ‘Contains parabens’ on your cosmetic bottles. Other names to look out for are butylparaben, methylparaben and propylparaben.