This liquid soap is enriched with raw ucuuba butter, which combats sagging skin and leaves it with more firmness and elasticity. Crude butter also helps to stimulate natural collagen and elastin production.
Enriched with crude Ucuuba butter, this 93% natural creamy liquid soap cleanses with a creamy foam, leaving the skin soft. The raw Ucuuba butter combats sagging skin and leaves it with more firmness and elasticity. Crude butter also helps to stimulate natural collagen and elastin production.
Gently cleanses the skin without harming it.
Nourishes and hydrates the skin.
Leaves skin feeling soft and smooth.
Lightly scented with vibrant notes.
Pampers and scents skin as it cleanses.
Does not dry out the skin.
Skin type: Losing elasticity and firmness.
Results: Strengthened and resistant skin.
NATURA ECO-REFILLS : GOOD FOR YOU, GOOD FOR THE PLANET!
With its refills, Natura avoids generating the equivalent of the waste of 3.5 million people for one day each year. In Natura Ekos range, our eco-refills are designed with "green" plastic, made from sugar cane, a renewable plant source. The use of green plastic at Natura avoids the emission of almost 5 thousand tons of carbon per year, equivalent to the greenhouse gas emissions of 800 car journeys around the Earth.
By using our eco-refills, you consume differently: you benefit from a reduction of up to 20% compared to the price of regular products and above all you make a good contribution for the planet!
Apply all over the body on wet skin.
Do not apply in your face.
Star Ingredient: In Tupi, the local language of the Amazon, Ucuuba means the “butter tree” because its red seeds are the source of a naturally hydrating and healing balm rich in essential fatty acids. With a dry touch and surprisingly light texture, Ucuuba butter restores and repairs even very dry skin.
Formulated Without: parabens, sulfates, phthalates, propylene glycol, mineral oil, PABA, petroleum, triclosan, DEA and animal ingredients.
In Tupi, the extinct local language of native South American tribes, Ucuuba means the butter tree.
The tree, born close to the waters in Amazonia, has fruits with seeds that yield a naturally hydrating balm. The ancient natives discovered that this butter helped to heal the skin and they applied it to wounds.