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Me and a Tree Skincare

Natural Soap Pouch Exfoliator

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Natural Soap Pouch Body Scrub Exfoliator. Reef Safe. No synthetic fibers. Great for dry brushing dead skin before a oil massage treatment. Can be used as an exfoliating mitten or soap pouch to bathe and lather. 100 percent natural and safe for the environment. 

There are many exfoliating synthetic pouches, mittens, artificial sponges, and beads in scrubs that do much harm to the environment, the oceans delicate reefs and the beautiful array of sea life that depend on them.  Take advantage and make a difference on our reef safe products such as our biodegradable Bug Off Spray and Sunscreen. Read more at our blog page

Me and a Tree™ skincare only uses natural and biodegradable ingredients and exfoliants such as almonds, poppy seeds and salt that do not harm the reef in our environment. In fact some of our product may supplement sea life. Take time to support natural skin care companies and avoid synthetic exfoliating plastic beads and crystals in conventional skincare that embed into and damage our precious reef and marine agriculture.

Me and a Tree™ skincare soaps are vegan, vegetarian, eco-friendly and cruelty free. We handcraft our artisan soaps in small batches using the finest natural and organic ingredients of cold pressed vegetable oils, natural minerals and/or clays, plant botanicals and/or essential oil blends. We proudly source *PALM OIL from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ All our products are free of any Phthalates, SLS, Parabens, Propylene Glycol, Petro-Chemicals and Wheat.

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Sisal fiber is a natural vegetable fiber having specific strength and stiffness. It is derived from the long, green leaves of the 'agave sisalana' cactus plant. It has been used for centuries to make ropes, fabrics, and shelters for thousands of years. It is quite sustainable and harmless to the environment. Cultivated in the many countries like Mexico, East Africa, Brazil, Haiti, India, and Indonesia. The plant lives for about 7–10 years yielding large amounts of mature fibers during its life.