Haeckels - Bladderwrack & Fennel Body Balm,Hen's Teeth Store - Hen's Teeth

Haeckels - Bladderwrack & Fennel Body Balm

  • $41.00
- 49%

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Bladderwrack and buckthorn—two completely-under-the-radar ingredients take center stage in this revitalizing body cleanser. Medicinal by nature, these superstar plants pair with with parsley seed and lavender, to provide your skin with a surge of anti-oxidants, vitamins and antiseptics. The result? Purified skin that retains its moisture and natural oils. A low-foaming cleansing gel containing naturally sourced anti-bacterial botanicals and local seaweed extract.

This 100% natural hand cleanser uses naturally cleansing plant extracts to remove impurities from the hands, killing bacteria and harmful germs whilst still being gentle on the skin.

Haeckles seaweed extract contains vitamin B and sodium which act to repair damaged skin cells and rehydrate dry skin. How To Use Carefully pour a small amount into palm, lather with water all over the hands and fingers and rinse thoroughly. To further protect the hands follow with their Geranium Hand Balm.


Haeckels exists as an amplifier of the natural world and as a community problem solver.
Haeckels are driven by trying to solve the waste problem – be that through their use of waste natural resources in their products, or presenting packaging solutions to our community that are fully recyclable or compostable.
Haeckels use seaweed as the base for all of their products. That seaweed is picked by hand in Margate, UK. Why seaweed? Seaweed hydrates; it’s rich with valuable vitamins, minerals and amino acids; it’s anti-bacterial, skin rebuilding and anti-inflammatory; it’s all-natural, and all around us. Under licence, they harvest it by hand from the beach just steps away from their shop.
What drives Haeckels forward is doing things differently and always evolving. What started in Margate is now sold the world over. They're afraid to stand still. Everything they do has to have a reason to exist whilst honouring our ocean first philosophy.
Nothing is too big or too small.