Naked Bar – Rosehip Rhubarb
A limited edition bar originally formulated and crafted with mothers in mind for their special day, this bar has proved so requested it is likely going to join our evergreen collections. Great for gifting all year round and for self pampering any day too.
A bar that takes almost 3 months to complete, similar to our Calendula Maple Oats. It begins with a cold infusion of Himalayan Rhubarb that starts off yellow and magically transforms into a burgundy mauve which envelopes a leaf design in the bar.
Formulated on a five-oil base including sweet almond oil and shea butter to nourish the often neglected skin.
Rhubarb contains Vitamin A that helps fight free radicals which cause skin damage and premature aging, to help keep skin youthful with glow. It is also a natural anti bacterial and anti fungal that is traditionally used as a topical application for skin infections.
Another botanical with anti-aging, anti-oxidant properties and high in Vitamin C. Rosehip is well sought after for its many skin benefits including improving skin elasticity, protecting skin barrier and wound healing amongst others.
This bar contains Geranium, Clary Sage and Patchouli, a deep floral scent that makes your relaxing shower a notch more luxurious.
Available exclusively on www.mynakedbar.com and at pop-up markets, subject to stock availability. This is one of our limited edition bars that will only be crafted with preorder and on special request.
Handmade, hand-poured and hand-cut, all in Singapore. Every piece is unique and comes with a sustainable message.
Daily use on face and body.
All skin types.
Bars are delivered in milk/juice cartons by default.
+/-100g when crafted
+/-90g at 4-6 weeks cure
6cm x 6cm x 2.5cm
Saponified oils of
Geranium Essential Oil
Clary Sage Essential Oil
Patchouli Essential Oil
The key role of @mynakedbar soaps is to cleanse naturally using a bar made from scratch with plant based oils with all its natural glycerin intact. Additives are included with intended benefits for the skin based on available public information. However in most cases, there is no scientific proof linking the direct relationship between each additive and their topical benefits to the skin.