Squeaky Clean Bath & Shower Gel - Scented
Sulphate-free shower gel, scented with essential oils
Natural skin care starts when you wash yourself. This SLS- and paraben-free Bath & Shower Gel will cleanse you effectively and contains no harsh detergents that strip your skin.
Because we don't use SLS, the most common foaming agent in the skin care industry, our gels don't behave in exactly the same way as most commercially available shower gels – and that's a good thing. We've all been trained over the years to equate bubbles with cleanliness but, to be perfectly honest, that's just an illusion. Our gels do bubble, but not in the effusive way you might have been used to (and remember, all those bubbles go down the drain and potentially affect our water table). However, our gels do get you perfectly clean. And you'll notice how much less dry your skin feels after a shower or bath, meaning you don't have to use as much moisturiser. So it's all good. Do remember that because this product is fresh, it needs to be shaken every time you use it.
Choose from our standard blends: stimulating Tea Tree & Peppermint; relaxing Lavender; soothing Sweet Orange & Vanilla; zippy Citrus Zing (a blend of grapefruit, may chang, bergamot & lemon); Clary Sage & Lime; Rose & Vanilla or Cedarwood & Lemongrass . Or create your very own blend in the custom made section. We make custom orders every Tuesday, and ship them on a Wednesday.
(Shipping weight 290g, 550g & 6kg)
Ingredients in descending order of proportion. Click an ingredient to find out more.
- Water (Aqua)
We use purified water to combine ingredients.
- , Decyl Glucose (Decyl Glucoside)
Decyl Glucose (Decyl Glucoside)
Decyl glucose is a natural surfactant, produced from renewable raw materials: the glucose and fatty alcohol found in plants.
- , Glycerine (Vegetable Glycerine)
Glycerine (Vegetable Glycerine)
A sugar alcohol that comes in soluble liquid form, added to creams and balms to help encourage a glossy texture and smoothness.
- , Xanthan Gum
Xanthan gum is produced by the fermentation of glucose, sucrose or lactose, then ground to form a powder.
- , Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar
The result of a fermentation process, made up of acetic acid and water.
A natural preservative.
- , Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia)
Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca Alternifolia)
Distilled from the leaves and twigs of the tea tree, tea tree oil has a very strong smell. If you're planning on mixing it into a blend, you need to combine it with other strong smells.
- , Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha Piperita)
Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha Piperita)
Distilled from the flowering leaves of the plant, peppermint oil has a strong, minty smell - you only ever need a small amount of it.
- , Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender Essential Oil (Lavandula Angustifolia)
Lavender buds/flowers are steam-distilled to produce this oil.
- , Orange Essential Oil (Citrus Sinensis)
Orange Essential Oil (Citrus Sinensis)
Oil is hand-pressed from the skin of the fruit. Such a lovely sweet, fresh smell.
- , Vanilla Extract (Vanilla Planifolia)
Vanilla Extract (Vanilla Planifolia)
Derived from a type of orchid which grows as a vine, vanilla has a very thick, treacle-like consistency.
- , Bergamot Essential Oil (Citrus Begamia)
Bergamot Essential Oil (Citrus Begamia)
The oil is expressed from the peel of the fruit.
Bergamot is delightfully refreshing.
- , May Chang Essential Oil (Litsea Cubeba)
May Chang Essential Oil (Litsea Cubeba)
Litsea has a citrs scent, fine and high with some floral qualities that make it quite intoxicating.
- , Grapefruit Essential Oil (Citrus Paradisi)
Grapefruit Essential Oil (Citrus Paradisi)
The oil is machine-expressed from the peel of the grapefruit. A deep-cleansing oil that is great for oily skin.
- , Lime Essential Oil (Citrus Aurantifolia)
Lime Essential Oil (Citrus Aurantifolia)
Oil is extracted from the peel of the fruit. Uplifting and refreshing, lime has very similar qualities to lemon essential oil.
- , Lemon Essential Oil (Citrus Limonum)
Lemon Essential Oil (Citrus Limonum)
Lemon oil is made when the peel from the lemon is pressed. Really fresh in smell, it also has a clean texture.
Lemon is deeply cleansing and toning.
- , Rose Essential Oil (Rose Centifolia)
Rose Essential Oil (Rose Centifolia)
A concentrate is made by the extraction of rose petals.
Rose absolute is its purest form, which is extremely expensive. It's often sold in a dilution to make it more affordable.
- Water (Aqua)
Product Testimonials Squeaky Clean Bath & Shower Gel - Scented
I'm having loads of fun combining different oils to make the perfect scents. I used to have to avoid scented products because most contain SLS and parabens along with artificial "parfum" which caused me skin problems. But none of that with these very gentle shower gels combined with essential oils. My favourite combinations so far have been Vanilla & Cinnamon (smells like tasty pastries!) and Lavender & Cedarwood which is a nice variation on the usual Lavender scent. Its a bit fresher somehow. I find it very relaxing and rejuvenating (never find lavender makes me sleepy). My boyfriend is enjoying the blend I picked for him which is Bergamot, Patchouli & Ginger. Its a kind of woody/earthy scent with a hint of spice. We use the shower gels as shampoo as well (it doesn't seem to be that different from the shampoo and can be customised) and the products leave a lovely scent on the hair. Also great as bubble bath. So very versatile!
have used these products since finding them in a guest house in penzance,love them wouldn't use anything else.
I've now tried two of these shower gels and love them both! The lavender shower gel has a beautiful, gentle and calming smell and it is the only lavender scented product I've ever had that actually smells like the lavender plants that I have in my garden instead of something artificial and sickly. The sweetorange and vanilla has a lovely vibrant orange scent that is slightly softened by the vanilla. Although the description says that these shower gels won't bubble as much as ordinary ones I have found that a little goes a long way and that when I use them on my shower pouf they froth beautifully! It is so nice to use something that is kind to my skin and the environment too. :)