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Mind and Body Wash - Biodegradable All Purpose Concentrated Soap

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Bathing Culture is ethically made with a sustainable harvest of natural ingredients, specially formulated for the passionately dirty. When you use it feels like you’re jumping in a cold river on a hot day, and smells like cathedral grove on Mt Tamalpais. We take extra pains not to risk personal or planetary health.

Bathing Culture is made with USDA Organic, Rainforest Alliance Certified and Wild Harvested ingredients here's what's inside

  • Saponified organic coconut, olive, and sunflower oils,
  • Organic plant glycerin
  • Organic aloe vera, shea butter, guar bean, and citric acid
  • A righteous blend of wild harvested essential oils

    Environmentally conscious and naturally radical

    • Every ingredient we use is sustainably and ethically harvested
    • The soap formula is organic certified
    • The ingredients are Rainforest Alliance Certified
    • The people who make or grow the ingredients get a living wage
    • It’s made in the USA
    • With renewable energy
    • And one native plant or tree is planted for every 5 gallons made 

      Respects your body

      • The soap has no synthetic chemicals, no toxins
      • It’s dye free
      • Sulfate free
      • Paraben free
      • It’s a natural lather (no chemical foaming agents )
      • After use your skin is clean; not slick
      • No animals were tested on (except our friends ;)
      • It's vegan

      This scent takes you into cathedral grove at dawn

      • Tones of oak moss, redwood, sea fog and lichen.

      Good for your whole person

      • Celebrate what you do to earn your bathe.
      • Get Dirty, Get Wet, Lather, Revel. 
      • Cosmic blessings ✌️

      What the homies say

      • “Feels like jumping in a cold river on a hot day” - Joe
      • “I want more!” - Jenny (she got more)
      • “Finally a natural soap that actually works” - Ken
      • "Smells like you’re diving through the Marin headlands with the windows rolled down" - Sarah