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Introducing Sabai Soaps // Lucyy Writes

an image of a review of Sabai Soaps
an image of a review of Sabai Soaps
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It's Christmas Eve, Eve, Eve!? I can't believe how quick it's crept upon us nor can I get over how I've kept up with my Blogmas posting. I was recently introduced to Sabia Soaps, a company that pride themselves on using only the finest natural ingredients. The small family run business have been bringing back the scents and beauty products of Thailand to the UK and Europe for years. The soaps in their fabulous range of products are handmade in Northern Thailand where they are committed to creating, high quality soaps, using locally sourced pure essential oils & natural colours. All products are ethically produced, with Sabai Soaps also donating 20% of their profits to their partner charities working in Thailand. It's worth noting all products from Sabai Soaps are Vegan Friendly with bars containing natural vegetable oils & Vitamin E, not to mention coconut oil for a fluffy lather while the olive oil nourishes the skin and Aromatherapy oils enhance your pampering routine.

As my introduction to Sabai Soaps I was lucky enough to receive the Unwind Handmade Gift Pack £15.99. Inside this wonderful Thai handmade box are three individually wrapped bars of soap. Each 100g bar comes wrapped in beautiful Thai print paper. The three soaps to feature in Unwind are Lemongrass, Green Seaweed and Sesame Scrub. The stand out soap from this trio in my opinion is Lemongrass £5.95. The refreshing scent makes for a great aromatherapy product which relieves stress, anxiety, irritability and prevents drowsiness - I basically need this soap by the kilo. Lemongrass Soap is also rich in Vitamin E, which is perfect for nourishing and protecting your skin. The uplifting fragrance is just what we need to beat the winter blues. Sesame Scrub £5.95 is a moisturising body exfoliator scrub, which contains sesame, spearmint, cedar wood and eucalyptus. I'm really fussy with body scrubs, as sensitive as I am I still want a scrub to well 'scrub'. Sesame Scrub does exactly that, it's moisturising and gently exfoliates without being abrasive OR weak. Spearmint is especially good for awakening your mind after a long day, while eucalyptus helps to relax and calm you + sesame is also an excellent antioxidant which helps battle ageing. Then we have our third and final soap to feature in the trio, Green Seaweed £5.95 which is seen as the more 'luxurious' bar of the three. Green Seaweed contains coconut oil which is great for softening your skin, hydrating dry, hard skin and many other skin disorders. Having suffered with eczema as a child I occasionally get small areas during winter which this soap will be perfect for. There's also A LOT of peppermint oil in this bar, the aromatic herb gives a strong minty aroma leaving you feeling refreshed while seaweed is great for rejuvenating skin.

Had you heard of Sabai Soaps previously? Lucy xx
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