Mallow Soap

…inspired by Malva Sylveris Flower, which means ‘soft’ in Greek. Mallow, called also Cheeseweed has been appreciated since Roman times for its natural medicinal properties and its ability to soothe rough and dry skin.This plant has anti-inflammatory properties, calming and caring for delicate, sensitive skin. Mallow symbolizes love for one’s native land and for one’s home.
Thinking of these beautiful blossoms ranging in color from pale mauve to intense violet, I combined Lavender Essensial oil to Palmarosa Essential Oil, in this way discovering a synergy which I simply adore!

Malva bloem
Ingredients: Vitis vinifera (Grapeseed) oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Prunus dulcis (Almond) Oil, Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil, Goat Milk, Cymbopogon martinii (Palmarosa) Essential Oil, Lavandula latifolia (Lavander) Essential Oil, dried flowers of (Mallow) Malva Sylvestris.

16 thoughts on “Mallow Soap

  1. dupa lista ingredientelor cred ca acest sapun va fi foarte emolient. in ce fel ai folosit nalba in sapun:doar ca decor? si inca ceva: ce sunt bilutele acelea albe?:)

  2. It’s wonderful that you keep introducing healing herbs into soapmaking, you can create a completely new ‘herbal line’ of your products. Lovely soap,Na, tell us what it really feels like!

  3. Gorgeous, Natalia! I love the dried flowers and pink beads on top – they’re such pretty touches! The scent combo sounds wonderful, too.

  4. Very beautiful! The flowers are so pretty and it sounds like a creamy, soothing soap!🙂

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