Made at Natura's manufacturing facilities in the heart of the Amazon, our vegetable-based soaps are rich in pure Brazilian oils.
This set contains:
Castanha Creamy Exfoliaiting Soap: Vegan soap made in the Amazon with a blend of Brazilian oils and nourishing Castanha. Gently exfoliating, lift away dry, dull skin with crushed seeds and condition with Vitamin E to cleanse gently but thoroughly, and leave skin feeling soft and rejuvenated.
Açaí Creamy Exfoliating Soap: Perfect and pure made with a blend of pure Brazilian oils, including energizing açaí oil, this perfect, pampering soap gently exfoliates with body-smoothing açaí seeds and moisturizes with Vitamin E. Freshly cleansed skin feels soft and refreshed. Lightly scented with fresh, airy notes.
Maracujá Creamy Exfoliating Soap: Made with Maracujá oil, rich in Omega 6 provides this soap bar emollient properties, with a soft and fruity fragrance, with maracuja seeds and moisturizes with Vitamin E. Gently exfoliating, it lifts away dry, dull skin with Maracujá seeds and conditions with Vitamin E.
Natura eco-friendly gift box: Our gift boxes are inspired by the vibrancy of Brazil. They were designed to add even more excitement to the act to gift unwrapping.
Work bar soap into a lather either with hands or washcloth.
Castanha: Known and revered as the Queen of the Forest, the Castanha (or Brazil nut) is found deep in the forests of the Amazon. Endlessly rich in benefits, both medicinal and beautifying, the castanha produces an oil that deeply nourishes and “feeds” skin for intense moisturization.
Açaí: It's one of the greatest strengths of the Amazon. Energizing and richly nutritious, the Açaí berry boasts a potent blend of antioxidants and vitamins. Its oil helps revitalize skin, leaving it soft and healthy.
Maracujá: Maracujá oil is rich in omega 6 and has emollient properties that help maintain skin moisturization. It adds a light, pleasing texture to body care products and its restorative fragrance is extremely distinctive. The Maracujá seeds are sustainably sourced by more than 800 families from local communities in Amazon.