Amritara Indigo Balancing Soap 60g

Sale price$62.10


This soap is made from fresh Tade indigo*1 grown in Tokushima Prefecture, with a focus on "Japanese indigo".
The smooth lather cleanses and prevents acne*2.
Contains olive oil*3, coconut oil*4 and shea butter*5 as moisturising ingredients.
The product does not leave the skin feeling tight after washing, and protects moisture. The product is also carefully scented with essential oil of genuine lavender*6, which has a gentle fragrance.
Can be used for both face and body.

*1 Eye extract (moisturising and skin conditioning ingredient).
*2Prevents acne by cleansing.
*3 Olive oil (cleansing and moisturising ingredient)
4 Coconut oil (cleansing and moisturising ingredient)
5 Shea oil (cleansing and moisturising ingredient)
6 Lavender oil (aromatic ingredient)

▼Recommended for.
・Concerned about acne* on the face and body
・Want to smooth and tone the skin
・Concerned about dirt in pores
・Prefer a refreshing wash
*Prevents acne by cleaning.

Processed in:


olea europaea (olive) fruit oil water cocos nucifera (coconut) oil sodium hydroxide butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil polygonum tinctorium leaf/stem extract

Directions for use:
Wet your face with warm water and wet the soap with water or warm water. Lather the soap in the palm of your hand and wash your face gently with the lather, then rinse well.

Precautions for use:
Discontinue use if redness, swelling, itching, irritation, or any other skin problems occur during or after use. The fragrance and color of the soap may change due to the use of natural ingredients, but this is not a problem for use. Store in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight, high temperatures and humidity. After use, drain off lather and water well and store in a well-drained place.

About the brand:
The domestic organic brand Amritala, established in 2008, uses carefully selected organic and wild plant materials from all over the world, including its own farm in Kyushu, and produces products according to its own strict standards, based on the concept of "not including what you don't need".

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