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Introducing our new (and divine-smelling) all-natural hand was: Lemon Scented Eucalyptus and Rosemary

If you’ve ever run your hands through a bush of beautiful aromatic rosemary then you will understand why we’re so excited to be bringing you our gorgeous new all-natural hand wash. Koala Eco is marking two firsts with this: the first time we’ve used rosemary in a formula, and the first time we’ve released a product for the body, rather than the home.

When it comes to the benefits of rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis), where do we start? As well as smelling divine, the essential oil of this plant has natural healing properties: it has been shown to boost memory and immunity, relieve stress and improve mood. It’s also able to help protect skin from irritation and infection.  Combined with the creamy, lemony scent of Eucalyptus citriodora, this is a hand wash that draws on the properties of two of nature’s most effective antiseptics.

We’ve made a hand wash that not only smells wonderful and is kind to skin, but also offers double-strength antibacterial protection. As always at Koala Eco, we had a lot of fun researching different formulations to produce something that would appeal to people’s senses as much as their environmental sensibilities.

So, if you’d like your skin to smell of citrus and sun-warmed rosemary, try our Lemon Scented Eucalyptus and Rosemary All-Natural Hand Wash. Aside from the 100% pure essential oils, the only other ingredients are Australian filtered water, sea salt, plant-based biodegradable surfactant soap, and plant-based food-grade biodegradable solubiliser. So these are as kind to the planet as they are to your skin.

Remember, we don’t test products on animals, and for each bottle bought, a dollar goes straight to the environmental charity One Percent for the Planet.

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