ROOIBOS TEA BABY SOAP
With Vitamin D & Zinc
Product Specifications: Rooibos (pronounced Roy-bos) tea is made from a bushy, low growing plant, Aspalathus linearis. The linearis part of the botanical name describes the straight, needle-like leaves. It is native to the mountains of Cederberg, South Africa, and no other regions worldwide have been able to successfully cultivate it. The common name ‘rooibos’ means ‘red bush’ in Afrikaans, describing the deep red color of the tea. Sweet in flavor with notes of caramel and vanilla, rooibos tea is a popular caffeine-free alternative to black tea. Green rooibos is another variety that is more delicate in flavor and similar to green tea.
In our Formulation, we use Rooibos fine quality Tea from South Africa.
3. Low in tannins
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The first people to drink rooibos tea were the Khoisan people, the indigenous tribe from the Cederberg region of South Africa. Over 300 years ago they were harvesting wild rooibos in the mountains to use as medicine for various ailments.
In 1772, a European botanist named Carl Thunberg became intrigued by the wild harvesting of rooibos by the local Khoisan tribe. He observed their mountain expeditions to gather the plants and how they processed it into herbal remedies. Thunberg began drinking rooibos tea and got other Cape-Dutch settlers in South Africa interested in trying it. It became a local favorite, since it was much cheaper than the expensive black tea imported from Asian countries.
Modern rooibos farming begins with the research of Dr Pieter LeFras Nortier, a medical doctor and botanist. After much experimentation, he unlocked the secret to growing rooibos plants from seed. The trick was to ‘scar’ the seeds by grinding them and planting them in acidic, sandy soil. By 1930 he developed a strain of rooibos that could be farmed. This opened up exciting new agricultural prospects for the Cederberg region. He partnered with Olaf Bergh, a local farmer, and soon the mountain slopes of Cederberg were lined with rows of thriving rooibos farms. Over the next decades, the rooibos industry expanded rapidly into the worldwide market.
I'm obsessed with this soap! Rooibos tea has become a staple in my skincare routine, and this soap is the perfect addition. It's gentle enough for daily use, and the sweet, earthy scent is so calming. Highly recommend!
As someone who prefers caffeine-free options, rooibos tea baby soap is a dream come true! It's gentle, hydrating, and has a delicious aroma. My skin feels so soft and smooth.
This soap is amazing! Rooibos tea has done wonders for my skin's texture and clarity. The sweet, subtle scent is a bonus, and I feel good knowing that it's eco-friendly.
Rooibos tea baby soap is a game-changer for sensitive skin! It's gentle, nourishing, and has a delightful scent. I love that it's made with natural ingredients, too.
My skin felt soft and supple the whole day. Soap smells amazing and is very long lasting. Would definitely recommend 👍👍👍👍
Rooibos is rich in alpha hydroxy and zinc – both important nutrients for healthy skin.
Vitamin E has anti-inflammatory properties. Vitamin A helps build collagen in the skin by increasing blood flow to the surface of the skin. Vitamin C and Phenols – act as highly effective antioxidants and protect DNA from free radicals. Fatty acids have a high content of mono-saturated oleic acid (omega 9).
Virgin Coconut Oil
It helps to protect skin, It smoothes skin, It minimizes the look of fine lines and wrinkles. It calms temporary redness, It provides antioxidants, It absorbs easily, It’s a great base for exfoliants.