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The Nopalera signature cactus soap is handmade with plant butters and oils that cleanse and leave your skin moisturized. Inhale the subtle scent of lemongrass oil to calm the mind and plan for tomorrow.
Keep soap well drained between uses for long life
4 oz | 113 g
Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Aqua (Water), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Opuntia Ficus-Indica (Nopal), Mica, Titanium dioxide, Chromium oxide green, Cymbopogon Schoenanthus (Lemongrass) Oil
CAN I USE IT ON MY FACE?
Yes. Nopalera soaps are formulated with a high concentration of plant butters and skin nourishing oils that won’t dry out your skin
HOW LONG DOES A BAR LAST?
It depends how frequently you are using it. If kept well drained, a bar will last several months with daily use
WHAT DOES IT SMELL LIKE?
The Planta Futura soap contains real Lemongrass oil. Nopalera does not use synthetic fragrances in their soaps. This is not a perfume soap. No scent will be left on your skin after using
HOW IS THE COLOR ACHIEVED?
The Planta Futura Soap is the only soap that contains a mica to achieve the color. Nopalera sources their mica from sustainable suppliers
WHAT PART OF THE CACTUS IS USED IN THE SOAPS?
Nopalera uses the “penca” or cactus pad in their soaps. It provides a gentle exfoliation as well as assists with soothing and cleansing the skin
ARE THERE ANY ANIMAL PRODUCTS IN THE SOAP?
No. All Nopalera products are vegan
Nopalera was founded by Sandra Velasquez as a way to elevate and celebrate her Latin@ culture. Growing up in Southern California to Mexican immigrant parents, nopales were everywhere and her family would frequently cut them from their own yard and cook them. Later, she began using nopales in her artisan bath and body products, and Nopalera was born
Inspired by the beauty and richness of Mexico, the Nopalera brand takes their inspiration from the nopal cactus, an ancient symbol of Mexican culture and one of the most sustainable, nourishing, and versatile plants in the world. You can eat it, make textiles from it, and use it to hydrate your skin and hair.