Mount Athos Rosemary Soap

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Traditional Mount Athos Rosemary Soap is a 100% natural product. It is an ideal choice for people with hair loss problems. It is suitable for dermal infections and it has antioxidant properties.
Net Weight: 100gr

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Mount Athos Rosemary Soap

Mount Athos Rosemary Soap is a genuine monastic product. It is made from 100% natural ingredients, with extra care by the monks. In Klutumusian Cell of Saint Georgios in Mount Athos, the monks continue the ancient and rich tradition, creating high quality therapeutical products with the purest materials of nature from the Virgin Mary’s Garden.

Mount Athos Rosemary Soap: Ingredients

The traditional Athonite Natural Soap contains rosemary, olive oil, palm oil and coconut oil. It is made by monks with the traditional cold method of soap production. It is recommended for people with sensitive skin suffering from skin infections and problems. The antiseptic properties of rosemary shield the skin against infections and fungi, while maintaining its softness.

Rosemary: Therapeutic Properties

Mount Athos Rosemary Soap is an ideal choice for people with hair loss problems as the rosemary oil that it contains strengthens blood circulation to the scalp and strengthens the hair. Using the Rosemary Soap in the bathroom helps the body relax. It reduces the “grip” in the waist, back and neck, relaxes the muscles and calms the nerves. It relieves pain, it reduces tension from the whole body and helps to unleash the stress of the day.

Systematic bathing with Rosemary Soap helps those who suffer from rheumatism in the joints, relieving their pains. Rosemary helps to overcome overwork and weakness while helping sleep, since it has the property of relaxing and calming the body.

Rosemary has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antirheumatic, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory and sedative properties. It is considered to be a tonic of heart and vision. It also acts as a natural painkiller.

Origin: Koutloumousian Cell of Saint George – Mount Athos
Net Weight: 250ml

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