Founded in 1862, the long-established soap maker "Walter Lau Spike Berg" SPEICK (Spike), founded in 1928, has released "Spike Black Soap" containing bamboo charcoal! Manufactured using vegetable oils such as RSPO certified palm oil from sustainable cultivation and coconut and olive oil, according to traditional soap recipes founded in 1928.No animal ingredients are used.We have also obtained Cosmos certification.A refreshing scent of natural rosemary and lavender.

Contains bamboo charcoal

Bamboo charcoal made from bamboo is said to have strong adsorption and deodorizing power.A reliable material that absorbs excess keratin of the skin and dirt on deep pores.By blending such bamboo charcoal into soap, the dirt that causes the sweaty odor that you care about is completely removed!

Features of "Spike Black Soap"

◎ Cosmos certification
◎ No synthetic fragrances or pigments used
◎ No petroleum mineral oil used
◎ Vegan compatible (no animal ingredients used)
◎ Gluten-free, lactose-free
◎ Biodegradable (OECD test)

What is RSPO?

The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), including WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), responds to the growing worldwide demand for sustainable palm oil that is environmentally friendly7 It is a non-profit organization established in 2004 by two related organizations. Eight principles and 8 criteria have been established to require that oil palm plantations not be developed in new untouched forests or areas with high conservation values, and that fair relationships with workers and small-scale plantations be held.

Spike Black Soap Product Introduction

Spike black soap

Standard weight: 100g
Price: 1,000 yen (excluding tax)

Ingredients: Palm fatty acid Na, palm fatty acid Na, water, olive fatty acid Na, glycerin, charcoal, fragrance (essential oil), rosemary leaf oil, labandura hibrida oil, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate, K stearate, palmitic acid K, Na gluconate, Na chloride, Na thiosulfate

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123-1 Higashimachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture
TEL 03-3288-3122 (Tokyo branch)

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This article is a re-edited version of the "ORGANIC PRESS" article published on March 2020, 3.

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