- Soap & Shampoo
Natural soaps and shampoo containing Manuka essential oil have been specially formulated for their antimicrobial properties as well as their softness and their gentle calming activity for troubled skin.
Manuka soap contains Manuka essential oil which has proven antimicrobial properties making it ideal for combating bacteria causing foot and body odor, eczema and dermatitis, and assisting with the control of fungi that cause Athletes foot, foot and nail fungus, ringworm, jock itch and yeast infections.
Manuka soap also contains lemon myrtle oil which adds to the antibacterial effectiveness and gives the soap a pleasant lemon aroma.
Manuka and Ti tree soap contains Manuka honey and the essential oil of the New Zealand Kanuka tree, a relative of the Manuka tree species, better known for its antimicrobial oil and special honey.
This soap is in a glycerine base and is a luxury moisturizing bath soap with additional antiseptic properties.
Manuka shampoo contains Manuka essential oil and Manuka hydrosol which is water distilled following the Manuka essential steam extraction process. Manuka hydrosol contains water soluble compounds of Manuka essential oil.
Manuka shampoo also contains very mild cleansing surfactants derived from coconut; this gentle shampoo will not sting your eyes or cause any harsh drying of the scalp.
There are no sulphates, colors or added fragrances used in Manuka shampoo which has been formulated especially for itchy scalp, dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. It is safe for babies and young children as well as adults with scalp fungal problems and sensitive skin.
Manuka soap forms an integral part of our treatment packs designed to treat a wide range of common skin conditions including the following:
Both the soaps and shampoo can also be purchased individually.
No GMO’s are used in the formulation of Manuka soap or shampoo.
These statements and reviews have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.