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Beessential - Beessential Foaming Hand Soap - Grapefruit & Lemongrass - 16 oz

Beessential - Beessential Foaming Hand Soap - Grapefruit & Lemongrass - 16 oz
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Moisturizing Foaming Hand Soap*
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Beessential Foaming Hand Soap - Grapefruit and Lemongrass - 16 oz

Foaming Hand Soap - Moisturizes and Protects

Benefits of Beessential Foaming Hand Soap

  • Gently Cleans
  • Safe and Non-Toxic
  • Natural Ingredients
  • Chemical Free
  • Made in the USA
Beessential Foaming Hand Soap is a natural liquid hand soap with the great scent of grapefruit. You come into contact with numerous harmful agents throughout the day, and you need a soap that can protect your skin without drying it out. Beessential builds up into a decadent foaming lather that provides your skin with lush-moisturizing agents, and this natural hand soap offers protection from dry and cracked skin.

Beessential Foaming Hand Soap uses only natural ingredients that can offer great therapeutic effects for the skin. It contains no artificial scents, and it gets its wonderful aroma from natural grapefruit and lemongrass. This chemical-free hand soap utilizes some of the following natural ingredients among others.
  • Aloe works to keep the skin moisturized. Frequently washing the hands with a soap that doesn't contain aloe can lead to dry hands and painful cracks. Aloe provides the nutrients to keep the hands healthy and soft.
  • Coconut Oil is one of the best natural moisturizing agents, and it won't leave the hands feeling greasy. Coconut oil helps to strip away dead skin cells, and once it is absorbed by the hands it may help to make them softer and smoother.
  • Olive Oil helps to provide the skin with antioxidants, like Vitamin A and E, which can help to replenish and protect the skin. The antioxidants in olive oil can help to keep the hands looking young and firm.
  • Grapefruit provides a wonderful-chemical-free aroma. Grapefruit also has numerous benefits for the skin, and it may help to keep the skin healthy by helping to relieve inflammation and irritations of numerous kinds.

Why Use Chemical Free Soaps?

Many hand soaps sold across the country contain chemicals that can cause damage to the skin and the body. These soaps are packed with caustic chemicals that actually clean by corrosion, and this can damage the skin. Some of the more detrimental chemicals, like sodium lauryl sulfate, may actually build up within the body's organs, and sodium lauryl sulfate has been known to cause eye conditions in adults and improper eye development in children.

Using a natural and chemical-free hand soap can offer great hygienic support for you and your family without the harmful chemicals found in regular hand soaps. Beessential Foaming Hand Soap utilizes some of the best natural ingredients that can help to repair, rejuvenate, and reinforce your skin.

Beessential Foaming Hand Soap is made in America to ensure quality, purity, and safety.
Additional Information
SKU Beecology-Foaming-Soap-2307

Directions: Press pump to apply to hand. Wash hands as normal. Rinse completely.


Ingredients:The Saponified Oils of: Coconut, Olive & Virgin Hemp, Capryly (and) Capryl Glucoside, Aloe, Honey, Grapefruit Essential Oil and Lemon Grass Essential Oil, Rosemary Extract, and Citric Acid.

UPC Code 854980002307
*Results May Vary

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

This hand soap is excellent!
This foaming hand soap gets your hands clean leaving them feeling great, doesn't appear to be drying my hands out at all if anything they seem to be softer with less dry skin around my cuticles!*
Review by Glenda Good / (Posted on 3/21/2015)
I Like the Foam
This is a nice foaming hand soap that is easy to use and cleans well. Next time I purchase this product I am going to try a different fragrance.*
Review by Joanne Reynolds / (Posted on 8/21/2014)
Love this Hand Soap
This has a wonderful smell and the consistency of the foam is much smoother than others I've had.*
Review by Gloie Wall / (Posted on 9/17/2013)