Sports Soap - Rosa
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Sports Soap - Rosa


Here is the rose flower sports soap! The new formula to make you look and feel your best. Our vegan soap is made from 100% natural ingredients sourced from France.

Infused with shea butter and wheat germ oil, this luxurious soap provides gentle yet effective cleansing. Free from harmful nanoparticles, endocrine disruptors and palm oil.

Discover a healthier, more radiant complexion with Rose Flower Sports Soap.

Try Get it today and see the undeniable difference this premium soap makes.

A soap with a rose flower scent

A soap with a rose flower scent



Enter the world of martial arts with Rose Flower Sports Soap and discover the best nature has to offer.

This all-natural, vegan soap was made in collaboration with an artisan French to guarantee maximum protection for all skin types. With its vibrant aroma and antioxidant-rich wheat germ oil, this soap is sure to give your skin a soft, nourishing finish while fighting bacteria after every workout.

To with each wash, you will discover the fusion of freshwater roses that capture the essence of the world's different continents. For athletes looking for a safe and hygienic way to prepare for victory, rose flower sports soap is essential.

Product Details

Data sheet

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

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