Earthsap Body Wash Tea Tree and Peppermint 400ml

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  • Effective cleanser
  • Contains essential oils
  • Suitable for all skin types


Earthsap Tea Tree and Peppermint Body Wash is a mild and gentle but also effective cleanser. Essential citrus oils combined with coconut create a smooth cleansing complex for any skin type. This body wash is naturally moisturizing and helps to soften the skin.


Water, saponified coconut extract, decyl/ lauryl glucoside, wheatgerm, salt, oil of tea tree, peppermint, lemon.


Apply to sponge or cloth and lather body. Breathe in the natural aroma, then rinse. Use in bath or shower.

Dietary Summary

  • South African Made
  • Non-toxic
  • Sodium Laureth Sulphate Free
  • Biodegradable

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