KOV

Hand Wash - Wild Black Spruce & Giant Kelp

$29 CAD

 This truly refreshing silky soft lather cleanses your hands without drying them out.

Giant kelp hydrates while a fruit salad of vitamin rich botanicals nourishes.

No synthetic preservatives or surfactants to worry about here, just wild and organic ingredients doing their thing. 

ingredients:  purified rain water, west coast giant kelp extract, canadian pine extract, *chamomile extract, *rosehip extract, *horsetail herb extract, *lavender extract, *marigold extract, *burdock extract, *sunflower oil, *sweet almond oil,*grapeskin extract, *rosemary extract, certified biodynamic avocado oil, *lotus bean gum, *calendula extract, poly glucose (natural surfactant from potato oil/ coconut oil), cocoa butter, *glycerine, *hemp seed oil, *guar gum, oatmeal, wild black spruce oil, petitgrain oil, sweet fennel oil, olive leaf, blueberry in saline solution, wild red clover extract

 * = organic


250ml glass bottle

 

"Some people are for infinite growth. Some are for populating Mars. We’re for nature. From sand to sky, the friendly trees and the scary beasts. The lone wolf and the pod. We’re for sunshine naps, and nocturnal wandering. Prey drive, maternal instincts, and the wood wide web. We’re for conservation and biodiversity. Because we think the environment is pretty neat and want to spend our efforts to help it thrive. We think everything we do should put the environment firstingredients harvested without harm, packaged without waste, and totally amazing.  

 

We believe in the power of nothing 

That means nothing to worry about. No additives. No artificial scents. And no bullshit. Just the world’s best natural skincare ingredients, harvested without harm, packaged without waste.

 

Responsibly sourced, completely natural, and totally amazing"

Kōv is peace of mind. We work with fair trade suppliers to source the best organic, biodynamic and responsibly harvested wild skincare ingredients. We don’t use preservatives or chemicals. If we can’t pronounce it, it’s not in the bottle.

 

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