Waterless Shower Gel
In many care products, water is only used as a cost-effective basis – not as an active ingredient. Its use requires additional ingredients in most recipes, such as emulsifiers or preservatives, otherwise the shelf life of products will suffer. Highly concentrated, particularly rich in active ingredients and clean, it works best without water. In addition, the logistical effort of bringing shower gel or shampoo into the bathroom is enormous – the ecological footprint is large. 90 percent of the contents of these bottles are water. But there is another way: with our water-free shower gel, which can also be used as hand soap or shampoo.
The new water-free shower gel from Biotulin is probably the first product in this form, which cleans, exfoliates and cares for your body at the same time. The soft powder foams up with a little water and does the same job as a shower gel and gives the skin a pleasant scent. It is extremely economical and therefore you can use it sparingly.
The ingredient sodium bicarbonate is an active ingredient of mineral origin. It cleanses the skin with a gently exfoliating effect and protects it from external influences. It regulates and stabilises the pH value of the shower gel.
DISODIUM LAURYL SULFOSUCCINATE is a mild surfactant that creates a pleasant foam, ensures gentle cleansing and leaves the skin feeling pleasantly soft.
SODIUM COCOYL ISETHIONATE is made from natural fatty acids in coconut oil. It's vegan and biodegradable. It protects the skin against moisture loss and leaves the skin feeling velvety. Since it is very mild, it can also be used on sensitive skin.
The waterless shower powder can also be used as a shampoo. The hair becomes easier to comb, supple, soft and shiny and has more volume.
Waterless shower powder is a vegan product and is made in Germany. It goes without saying that we are 100% cruelty-free.
Application: lather a small amount of shower powder with a little water and gently cleanse the skin and, if you like, your hair. Then rinse well.
Avoid contact with the eyes. If shower powder gets into your eyes, rinse them out with plenty of water.
The jar contains a silica gel desiccant bag, which is made of pure silica gel and absorbs the water vapor so that the powder does not clump together. Always close the can tightly and do not remove the silica gel desiccant bag. Shake the can gently before use so that the bag does not slide in front of the outlet.