You'll Feel The Difference
Enriched with natural vegetable glycerine, Clearly Natural Soap leaves your skin clean, refreshed, and naturally moisturized.
What makes Clearly Natural Soaps so special?
Clearly Natural bar soaps are made with 27% vegetable glycerin, 10 times more than regular bar soaps. Vegetable glycerin is a natural humectant that draws moisture to the skin, keeping it fresh, soft and moist, even in the driest climates
What is in Clearly Natural bar soaps?
Clearly Natural uses a natural base of vegetable derived cleansers, vegetable glycerin, saponified vegetable oils, and natural essential oils and fragrances.
What does "saponified" mean?
It is the traditional way of making soap from vegetable oil.
What kinds of fragrances are used in Clearly Natural bar soap?
All Clearly Natural fragrances are natural essential oils and fragrances. Some people are allergic to natural essential oils. If you have any concerns, use Clearly Natural Unscented bar soap.
Are there any chemicals in Clearly Natural soap?
Actually, water is a chemical. But, rest assured there are no harmful chemicals in Clearly Natural bar soaps.
Are there any animal by-products in Clearly Natural bar soap?
Is there any Wheat or Gluten in Clearly Natural bar soap?
Are there any preservatives in Clearly Natural bar soap?
About Clearly Natural
The Clearly Natural line of glycerine soaps, along with an extensive line of other natural products. Clearly Natural Soaps are the original formula, made with pure 100% vegetable glycerine to attract moisture to your skin with no overpowering fragrances to irritate allergies or other existing health conditions. Clearly Natural soaps never have and never will use animal ingredients. The basic ingredient of Clearly Natural soaps is high-grade vegetable-derived oil.
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