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Rice Soap


Rice Soap + Shea Butter, Clary Sage, Oakmoss & Bergamot

Face & Body Soap 

Rice milk soap is a traditional Thai Soap. This soap, made with home-made rice milk will moisturise and brighten your skin while cleanses it. The essential oil of the oakmoss keeps the skin soft and smooth. This soap is ideal for dry skin and has a beautiful scent.

  • 100% Natural Ingredients 
  • Hand Made cold-pressed soap 
  • Once in use, keep it well-drained to ensure longevity
  • 100g / ± 10g

Rice bran oil, olive oil, coconut oil, castor and cacao butter, shea butter, sodium hydroxide, sodium lactate, home-made jasmine rice milk and the essential oils of clary sage, oakmoss and bergamot.

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Maker Profile

Studio Star

JungHwa Kim was born in South Korea where she developed a passion for art and fashion.

From there she moved to Holland to study fashion design at ArtEZ Academy of Art & Design Arnhem.

Her life then changed from urban to rural when she moved to New Zealand in 2012, this shift is reflected in her products and designs.

She focused her work on eco-friendly products, working with ethically sourced materials. To share her passion for creativity and sustainability with other people, she produces unique handmade items that people can use in their daily lives under the name of Studio Star.

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These goods can be composted at the end of their useful life, leaving no trace of their existence.

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