Lather & Slather Moringa Gift Case
$36 ValueFor normal skin typesBody care gift set
A floral and refreshing gift for someone special, our Lather & Slather Moringa Gift Case makes the perfect treat for body care afficionados. It will cleanse and moisturize normal skin types and love their unique body from head-to-toe.
But this gift set doesn't just love their body. It supports our Community Fair Trade partners who helped us make it. Our hydrating Body Yogurt is made with Community Fair Trade organic almond milk from Spain, using sustainably sourced almonds and low-intensity farming methods.
All our treats are also made with Community Fair Trade moringa seed oil from Rwanda. Our trade helps support a sustainable income for farmers living in the country's dry eastern provinces.
Our gift case is crafted from FSC-certified paper and made to be reused, repurposed and to hold all the treats.
Discover how else we’re supporting communities and fighting for a fairer and more beautiful world.
- Moringa Shower Gel 8.45 fl. oz.
- Moringa Body Yogurt 6.76 fl. oz.
- Moringa Hand Balm 1 fl. oz.
- Small bath lily
What's in the gift
Community Fair Trade organic almond milk and oil
Nutty goodness your skin loves
We love almond milk and oil for their hydrating, skin-loving properties and rich vitamin E content. We’ve teamed up with Mañán in Spain (the ‘Almond Experts’, no less) to produce the Community Fair Trade almond milk and oil in our products.
Mañán are based in Alicante. They work with a cooperative of local, small-scale farmers and set a market price, which helps offer a bit of stability for local farmers.
Mañán use sustainable farming methods to grow their organic almonds. They respect the local environment (including working with the area’s water shortages), and their farms are a haven for bees. Almond plantations are natural fire barriers, which helps protect natural habitats from forest fires. Pretty amazing, right?
Our organic almond oil is made from broken nuts that aren’t usually sold for food, and unwanted almond husks are turned into compost to help minimise waste. It’s one way we make sure we’re taking care of the planet.