NoGi Soap - Monoï
Made in France from vegetable oils, this soap is enriched with organic shea butter and wheat germ oil.
Concerned about your skin and the environment, we have taken care to that it is achieved without nanoparticles and endocrine disruptors as well as without palm oils.
A soap bar with a monoi flavor
Vegetable and antibacterial soap adapted to the needs of NoGi practitioners
The life of a fighter is put to the test between blows, burns and the many bacteria present on the tatami mats, this antibacterial soap will protect you to continue training in complete safety.
Our soap "Monoï" comes from the "Curitiba" collection which takes its name from this large city of Brazil, capital of the state of Paraná, it is nicknamed the Model City of Latin America because it is a modern city that cares deeply about ecology and sustainable development.
This range aims to make you travel through different cultures and scents of Brazil.
Completely natural and vegan , this soap is made in collaboration with a French craftsman to guarantee you a product that respects all skin types.
The wheat germ oil that makes up this soap is a source of vitamin E, essential fatty acids (polyunsaturated and omega 6), but also carotenoids and vitamin K, which gives it softening and protective properties on dry, even very dry skin.
- Basic ingredients
- Sodium Rapeseedate, Sodium Cocoate, Aqua/Water, Glycerin, Parfum/Fragance, Butyrospermum Parkii (shea) Butter, Sodium Chloride, Sodium citrate, Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate, Citric acid
- Additional components
- Triticum vulgare germ oil, C.I.77007/Ultramarines
- Products used
- Eco-responsible and vegan, no use of animal products or derivatives and no tests on animals is at the initiative of the design of this soap
- Usage tips
- Apply to damp skin, lather then rinse thoroughly, remember to let the soap dry between two uses
- Avoid contact with the eyes, do not ingest it and do not use in case of allergy to any of the ingredients mentioned
- Manufacturing locations
- In Salouël in the Hauts de France