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Traditional Greek Olive Oil Soap with Chios Mastiha 100g

Traditional Greek Olive Oil Soap with Chios Mastiha 100g
GBP 1.87
/ piece
198 pts
9.90 pts
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Traditional Greek soap based on olive oil. It nourishes, soothes and moisturizes the skin.

Soap contains Chios mastiha, also known as "Tears of Chios". Mastiha is a soft, aromatic natural resin obtained from the balsam leaking from the sticky pistachio tree (Pistacia lentiscus), growing in the Mediterranean area. Mastiha contains antioxidants, has antifungal and antibacterial properties.

It can also be used for hair care.

Ingredients: Sodium Olivate, Aqua, Pistacia Lentiscus (Mastic) Gum, Olea Europea Fruit Oil, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid.

Paraben free. Mineral oil free. Ethanolamine free. Dermatologically tested.



Τhe MASTIHA TREE or lentisk – scientific name: Pistacia Lentiscus var. Chia (of the Anacardiaceae family), is an evergreen shrub, 2-3 metres high that develops very slowly and becomes fully grown after 40-50 years, reaching up to the height of 5 metres at its mature age. Its life span is more than 100 years but it cannot produce mastiha earlier than the fifth or sixth year of its life. It reaches its maximum yield after the fifteenth year

Mastiha trees and similar varieties of this tree family are an essential part of maqui-type vegetation found in Mediterranean countries, but only in Chios tree and nature offer those precious mastiha “tears”. 



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