Mild cleansing soap for delicate children's skin. With spagyric
Calendula essence. Delightfully sweet-fruity smelling foam, straight from the
Dispenser, makes hand-washing a pleasure for children. All oils and
essential oils are 100% from controlled organic cultivation
Very economical in use.
Soap from olive oil, from contr. organic cultivation / biol.-dynam. cultivation >30%
Soap from coconut oil, from contr. organic cultivation 5-15%
Vegetable alcohol (ethanol), conventional 5-10%
Sugar tenside, conventional 1-5%
Vegetable glycerine, from contr. organic cultivation 1-5%
Spagyric calendula essence, from contr. organic cultivation <1%
Citrate, conventional <1%
Essential oils of lemongrass, sweet orange, litsea,
Silver fir, ylang ylang, lavender, from contr. organic cultivation <1%
Balsamic additives, from contr. organic cultivation / wild collection <1%
Water, whirled ad 100%
Aqua, Potassium Olivate*, Potassium Cocoate*, Alkylpolyglucoside, Alcohol, Glycerin*, Citrate, Calendula officinalis extract*, Fragrance (Perfume)*: Cymbopogon flexuosus oil* (contains Citral*), Citrus sinensis oil* (contains Limonene*), Litsea cubeba oil* (contains Citral*, Limonene*, Linalool*), Abies alba* (contains Limonene*), Lavandula hybrida oil* (contains Linalool*), Cananga odorata flower oil*
*certified organically grown
Delightful sweet-fruity smelling foam, straight from the dispenser, makes washing hands hand washing a pleasure for children. All oils and essential oils are 100% from controlled organic cultivation.
Calendula, also known as marigold, grows with its bright orange-red orange-red blossoms towards the sun and forms anti-inflammatory and cell-renewing cell-renewing healing powers.
Density: (20 °C) approx. 1.003 g / cm³
pH value: undiluted approx. 8.5-9
Soap made from vegetable oils has the incomparable characteristic of being immediately after use with the lime that is always present in waste water always present in the waste water. As a result, the soap neutralises itself in its surface-active effect (primary degradation). This primary degradation occurs within a few hours. The lime soap is then Microorganisms to 100% carbon dioxide and water (secondary degradation) (secondary degradation). Ethanol is reintegrated into the natural cycle within a few hours into the natural cycle within a few hours. In addition to the natural glycerol that is released during From the oils during saponification, we also use vegetable glycerin glycerine, which binds the moisture of the skin. In the Process of sugar tenside, parts are taken from the vegetable raw materials From the plant raw materials starch, sugar and fat, but their natural Natural structure of the raw materials. It is therefore relatively easy for the For microorganisms to rapidly and completely degrade these surfactants to 100% quickly and completely. According to the OECD, soap and sugar tenside are considered to be readily biodegradable biodegradable.
- 1 l
- Storage advice
- If possible, store between 10 and 25 °C. Short-term temperature drops or exceedances are possible without damage to the product.