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Bathing Culture

Mind + Body Wash- Gallon

$175
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Bathing Culture Mind and Body Wash cleanses skin while imparting an invigorating feel. The super concentrated formula is made with coconut and olive oils for a delicate lather that leaves skin feeling silky soft. Shea butter lends a hit of deep moisturization, while aloe vera makes skin feel calm and cool. A carefully crafted blend of steam distilled essential oils creates a fresh, earthy aroma that evokes a Northern California seaside forest on a rainy day. Bathing Culture bottles are 100% recycled from plastic reclaimed and recycled in California and are 100% recyclable.

No international orders. 

HOW TO USE IT

Use the organic body soap in the bath or shower to cleanse skin with mitt, loofah, or hands. Refill your reusable bottles with this 1 gallon container of Bathing Culture Mind and Body Wash. Consider turning the water off while you lather up. Rinse well and pat dry. Repeat as desired.

INGREDIENTS

Superpower Ingredients

Chamomile, Holy Wood, Rosemary, Texas Cedar, Vetiver

Full Ingredient List

Cocos Nucifera (Coconut Oil)*, Olea Europaea (Olive Oil)*, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Glycerin from Soy, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera)*Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba (Guar Bean), Citric Acid, Essential Oils

*Organic

ABOUT THIS BRAND

Bathing Culture celebrates the simple necessity of bathing, how it bonds humanity and cultures across time and space, and it's ability to transform and bring joy. Tim and Spencer, co-founders of Bathing Culture believe in the art of bathing, the traditions it holds, and the future it will bring. Bathing Culture also believes that products should be good for us and good for the planet. Their focus on sustainability shines through their careful ingredient sourcing and commitment to organic, locally sourced ingredients, innovative packaging using re-claimed plastic from Northern California, and refillable aluminum and glass, as well as giving back to environmental organizations.

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