The Hawaiian Batch
We traveled from The Golden State, back to our native Hawai'i Nei to source ingredients for this unique bar chock full of Aloha.
The Hawaiian Batch is infused with Lavender Oil from Maui, Noni Juice from Kaua'i, exfoliating Kona Coffee from the Big Island, and moisturizing Kuku'i Nut Oil from O'ahu. Combined with the rest of our original fungus-fighting oil blend, we give you a true grapplers soap bar in honor of our native homeland. Spread Aloha - Not Ringworm
Other Active Natural Ingredients: Tea Tree Oil, and Coconut Oil
“Back in Hawai’i training and dreaming up new soap concoctions - expect minor delays between 12/14 and 12/30 - Mele Kalikimaka!”
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Tea Tree Oil: Anti-microbial and anti-fungal proven to prevent skin ailments such as ringworm, acne, athlete's foot, dandruff, and most importantly, the dreaded Staphylococcus Aureus, or Staph infection.
Lavender Oil: Sourced on the island of Maui, used for centuries as an all-natural pain & stress reliever, an antiseptic for scrapes & scratches, and an antibiotic against skin infections.
Noni Juice: Juice and pulp of the Noni fruit were traditionally used in Polynesian culture to stimulate healing for bruises, scrapes, and boils. It's strong antifungal and antiseptic properties make it a perfect ingredient for disinfecting scratches picked up during hard sparring.
Kukui Nut Oil: The Kukui Nut is extremely beneficial when applied to the skin. It is used to treat ailments such as burns and cuts and also believed to promote the healing of Psoriasis and Eczema symptoms. Its primary purpose in The Arm Bar is to nourish and moisturize skin after the other oils have run their course through the pores.
Kona Coffee Grounds: Sourced from the west side of the island of Hawai'i, these grounds were tossed into our soap to behave as an exfoliant and polish out dead skin. The caffeine in the coffee grounds also acts as a vasoconstrictor which constricts blood vessels, allowing the skin to nicely tighten.