Sample box contains 3 cubes
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A phenomenon in Europe and now available in the US, Beauty Kubes are an exciting new, organic, vegan friendly body wash product that is plastic free and offers a luxurious, palm free alternative to soap bars.
- Plastic free
- Palm oil free
- Vegan friendly
- Cruelty Free
- Sulphate free
How is it better?
Most solid bar soap has a high ph which disrupts the delicate balance of the skin.
Our solid, palm free body wash cubes are ph balanced and contain skin nourishing coconut milk, pro-vitamin b5 and moisturizing apricot kernel oil.
Super easy to crumble, our cubes mean you no longer have to take plastic into the shower!
one cube = one wash!
Replaces a whole bottle
There are 27 Kubes in each box - so you get the equivalent to a 250 - 300 ml bottle of conventional bodywash.
How to use
Just take one cube with you into the shower, crush it between your wet palms - (wet hands work best) and rub hands together to create a smooth paste. Massage this into all areas of the body to create a creamy, luxurious, sulphate-free lather.
Say goodbye to plastic
All Beauty Kubes shampoo, body wash & conditioner products are wrapped with a 100% plastic free, plant-based, home compostable film derived from the cellulose of wood pulp in order to keep them fresh on the shelf.
Packaged with recyclable cardboard and biodegradable paper for a fresh, new, plastic free concept.
Tapioca starch*, Sodium cocoyl isethionate, Cocos nucifera milk powder*, Sodium cocyl glutamate, inulin, Glycerin, Panthenol, Tocopherol, Maltodextrin, Parfum (allergen-free), Helianthus annus seed oil, Prunus armeniaca kernel oil, Citric acid, Acacia Senegal gum.
Watch this short video on to see how they work:
Shipping practices - All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.
Made in Cornwall, UK by Eve of St Agnes