Glycerin soap with luffa
Luffa is also called a land sponge, and comes from a special kind of African pumpkin which can grow in our regions, especially in Slavonia. Luffa has a fine texture, just like a sea sponge, so it has been used for peeling since ancient times, especially for rough skin on the elbows and feet, and for massage too - because it improves circulation and removes dead skin from the surface of the skin, makes the skin smooth and tedious. Luffa is also used as a bath sponge and is therefore placed as an extra ingredient in soap. In the household, luffa is often an auxiliary to remove impurities, and the juice of luffa is used as a home remedy for various infections and immunity.
|2102||Glycerin soap with luffa||100 ml||20 kn|