R/4 Handcrafted Soap with Daisy Flower and Cardamom Essential Oil - Sagging Skin

R/4 Handcrafted Soap with Daisy Flower and Cardamom Essential Oil - Sagging Skin


The glycerine naturally produced by the cold-process soap-making (7 to 8%) combined with the (unheated) essential oils make this soap a product that truly cares for your skin.

The transformation of shea butter and coconut oil by the soap-making reaction into glycerine ensures naturally strong moisturizing and softening benefits for your skin.
Enriched with coconut oil, the R/4 soap with daisy flower and cardamom essential oil repairs and purifies sagging skin. Its toning properties effortlessly awaken and stimulate the skin.
This soap’s extraordinary smell comes only from its ingredients: you literally breathe in the plants and flowers used to make it.

100g  3.52oz (approximately: all our soaps are cut by hand)

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Butyrospermum parkii butter (shea butter), aqua (water), cocos nucifera oil (coconut oil), sodium hydroxide, bellis perennis flower (daisy flower), elettaria cardamomum seed oil (cardamom essential oil), limonene, linalool.

Please see below for complete and transparent explanations on all these ingredients.

"As with any soap, avoid eye contact. If contact occurs, rinse thoroughly with clean water."




  • Butyrospermum parkii butter (shea butter): recommended for its protective properties against skin dehydration. Readily and durably absorbed by the skin.
  • Cocos nucifera oil (coconut oil): coconut oil is obtained by expression from the dried inner flesh of the coconut, Cocos nucifera. Coconut oil is high in protective antioxidants and antibacterial fatty acids. It suits all skin types and is light, non-greasy and rapidly absorbed giving deep hydration and conditioning to skin, scalp and hair. Research shows it can improve skin elasticity helping prevent premature ageing and wrinkle formation.
  • Sodium hydroxide: also known as lye, is an essential ingredient in the soap making process. When sodium hydroxide beads or flakes are mixed with a liquid,  a lye solution is created. This solution, when mixed with fats and oils, will cause a chemical reaction called saponification: the lye and oil molecules combine and chemically change into soap and glycerin - sodium hydroxide will have then completely disappeared.
  • Bellis perennis flower (daisy flower): used directly in its flower form in our soap, daisy flower is considered a gentle, yet highly efficient natural skin lightener. Its uses can be traced back to ancient Rome when it was used by surgeons for its astringent properties.
  • Elettaria cardamomum seed oil (cardamom essential oil): known for its sweet, spicy and almost balsamic scent, cardamom is antiseptic and astringent and can therefore have a firming and toning effect on the skin.
  • Limonene: a fragrant oil component, limonene is naturally present in numerous essential oils (citrus rinds), pine oil and mint oil.
  • Linalool: an aromatic compound present in its natural state in the essential oils of lavender and lavandin, scots pine or peppermint, as well as many plant extracts.