Tom's of Maine - Natural Beauty Bar Soap with Aloe Vera, 5oz

Tom's of Maine - Natural Beauty Bar Soap with Aloe Vera, 5oz

Brand - Tom's of Maine
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Quick Description

Scrub your skin clean with Tom's of Maine Aloe Vera Natural Beauty Bar! Specifically formulated for those with sensitive skin, this soap is scent and paraben-free.

Key Information

  • Made with Organic Botanicals
  • Gentle Cleaning and Scent-Free Soap
  • Designed for Sensitive Skin
  • Free from Parabens, Artificial Colors, Fragrances & Preservatives
  • Dermatologically Tested

Product Overview

Tom's of Maine’s Natural Beauty Bar with Aloe Vera has a very delicate, light clean scent with a hint of aloe vera. It’s formulated with minimal ingredients that gently clean the skin whilst also preserving its natural moisture barrier.

It contains soothing aloe vera, moisture-preserving glycerin, and cleansing properties derived from coconut oil. This soap is also made with sustainably sourced kernel oil and Rainforest Alliance Certified™ palm oil.

This Natural Beauty Bar has been dermatologically tested and is specifically formulated for those with sensitive skin.

Use this bar of soap to clean your hands or your body. It gives your skin a thorough clean whilst also leaving it smooth and moisturized. You’ll notice that there’s no need to reach for a squirt of moisturizer after using this soapy delight!


Sodium Palmate™ (Derived From Palm Oil, Sodium Cocoate (Derived From Coconut Oil), Sodium Palm Kernelate (Derived From Palm Oil), Water, Glycerin, Sodium Gluconate (Derived From Corn), Sodium Chloride, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf*
Rainforest Alliance Certified™
*Organic Ingredient
Allergens: Tree Nuts (Coconut)

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Cleaning Properties of this Bar of Soap?

For a soap to do the work it’s meant to do, it has to have cleaning properties. Typically, a soap gets these properties from petroleum-based or artificial alternatives, whereas natural soaps get them from vegetable fats and oil extracts.

Typically, the oil from the fruit (palm, coconut, and kernel in this instance) is combined with sodium hydroxide to create a soap that cleans your skin. Whilst harmful in its natural form, when combined with oil, Sodium hydroxide is neutralized and considered very safe to use.

In fact, when combined with oil, sodium hydroxide completely disappears from the final product!

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