Tired of scooping scrubs out of tiny glass jars, and the fact that half of it ends up on the shower floor? So are we. Enter the himalayan salt body polish scrub bar! Filled with all the same ingredients as traditional scrubs that leave skin exfoliated and moisturized these bars are easier to use and ensure you can use up all the product - without it going down the drain! The scientifically formulated blend of lavender and geranium essential oils guarantee a delightfully sweet floral aroma and create a serene experience that will leave you feeling smooth, calm, and relaxed - ready for a stressfull day or the best night’s sleep of your life.
- Formulated with natural and plant-based ingredients meticulously sourced from small, local businesses
- Phthalate-free and paraben-free
- Cruelty free, Leaping Bunny Certified
- All packaging is compostable or reusable
- Proudly made in small batches in Fairfax, Virginia, USA
- Thulisa Naturals donates 10% of sale proceeds to provide nutritious meals to food-insecure preschoolers living in the Western Cape of South Africa
Thulisa, pronounced 'two-lee-sa' is of Zulu origin and it means 'bringer of peace. After having her children Anusha, the owner & maker, found the desire to use natural products was second only to her need to create the space and time to enjoy a moment of alone time, uplift her mood, and experience peace in her day. Every night she would retreat into her sanctuary (aka the bathroom), where sher could physically and emotionally prepare for the next day. This nightly ritual became a healing part of her post-partum journey. She soon realized she wanted to provide the same opportunity to other women & men who need to infuse some peace and calm into their day with little effort and without sacrificing time. Since 2017 her team & her have been able to create natural bath and body products that are handcrafted with care using premium nutrient-rich ingredients. Thulisa Naturals donates 10% of sale proceeds to provide nutritious meals to food-insecure preschoolers living in the Western Cape of South Africa.