£15.00 – £162.00
Do it yourself soap making kit with various skin replenishing ingredients
Wholesale Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark now available here (UK only).
All orders are sent from the UK, and we offer free UK postage.
Mimosa Hostilis/Tenuiflora shredded inner root bark.
Step by step instructions on making your first mimosa soaps.
This kit does not contain caustic soda or a base oil/butter, these will need to be purchased separately.
All the oils and butters sold on our site are suitable or you may choose to buy these locally if you prefer.
Unfortunately we do not currently stock caustic soda due to shipping issues with this product. We aim to stock this in future
This may be bought locally from wilkos, most hardware stores or on the internet.
Mimosa Tenuiflora also know as Jurema, Tepezcohuite and Mimosa Hostilis is a perennial tree native to South America, Central America and Mexico.
Its stem, root bark and leaves have long been used by locals to produce soaps creams and lotions. It is used traditionally to treat burns, scars and for general use as a skin tonic.
Mimosa bark contains large amounts (16%) of tannins, which act as an astringent, making the skin stop bleeding.
The other healing mechanisms of this plant have not yet been fully researched but it is considered to be an antiseptic, analgesic and promoter of cellular regeneration. Dermatology helping to prevent wrinkles and acne, as well as releive psoriasis, herpes and chicken pox scars.
In addition to the above effects, Tepezcohuite may protect and stimulate the generation of collagen and elasticity.
It was most famously used to treat the burns of upto 5000 people after the tragic explosion of a gas plant in mexico.
Mimosas popularity in soaps and lotions is increasing as more people hear about this amazing product, but it is still very rare in Europe. Making it a great option for people wanting to make unique soaps for themselves, to sell or as gifts.
Our Mimosa Hostilis inner root bark
Our Mimosa Hostilis inner root bark is sourced from a sustainable farm in Brazil, free from pesticides and chemicals. The roots are carefully collected without killing the tree, then the bark is removed and the inner bark seperated, we beleive this to be the most effective part of the plant for skin healing.
The inner root bark is dried at a low temperature to ensure there is no degredation and the product you receive is as full of goodness as if it had come straight off of the tree.
The left over roots and plant material from this process are recycled into wood compost for use in reforestation projects in Brazil.
1.75kg (International Max), 100g Sample, 50g Sample, 1kg, 250g, 500g