Kalleo Cinnamon Soap

Over the last review of Kalleo business development, we were thrilled with fresh inspiration as we anticipate new and good things are going to happen in the production of Kalleo handmade soaps.

The introduction of new essential oil and carrier oil will result in some changes to the formulation of Kalleo soaps. This will soon take place in the next few weeks and months. Our business consultant, Jane, despite being away physically from the management, has been making significant contribution in our new formulation; she has continuously inspired us to make soaps that are beneficial to all skin type. For instance, she reinforced that Kalleo Sweetie Papaya, which uses papaya fruit as its main ingredient should remain amongst Kalleo handmade soaps. She highlighted, “Papaya is an armoury containing cancer fighting combatant – lycopene, continue on Sweetie Papaya”.

On other note, we have among other Kalleo soaps, the new cinnamon soaps on the curing rack. The cinnamon we used were dried bark which came from the interior jungle of Sabah, Malaysia. Two weeks from now, the new soaps will be ready for use. By then, we will keep you posted of its product name.

Studies have shown that cinnamon has remarkable antifungal and antibacterial properties which are widely used in skin care products.

Discovering so much goodness in the combination of cinnamon and honey for human body, we added pure honey into the new Kalleo cinnamon soap bars 🙂 So, you will be able to smell cinnamon, honey and clove too in the soaps.

  • Ingredients : Water, coconut oil, palm oil, sunflower oil, sodium hydroxide, cinnamon powder, cinnamon infused oil, pure honey, clove essential oil
  • Weight : ± 100g / 3.5oz
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