The story behind the development of Triumph & Disaster, and especially the name of the company, is one of the more interesting in the skincare product industry. The name itself comes from a Rudyard Kipling poem that was given to the owner by his father when he was just a boy. The name behind Shearer's Soap is quite the same.
Triumph & Disaster, like its founder, is based in New Zealand. As a boy, young Dion Nash was charged with cleaning and taking care of the wool shed occupied by those who tended to the sheep. The smell of the soap they used after a long day's work shearing sheep left quite an impression and led to the development of this product.
It is bar, but is much gentler to the skin than many lesser common brands. Designed to exfoliate and moisturize, customers will love the massaging feel of washing as well as the refreshing and rejuvenating feeling after stepping back out of the shower to start the day or to recover from a long one. It was designed to be used every day and is capable of handling the entire body, making it a very versatile product. And, as you would expect from the story ' it smells great!
INGREDIENTS: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Glycerin, Aqua, Fragrance, Papaver Somniferum Seed (Poppy seeds), Sodium Chloride, Brown Oxide, Black Oxide, Tetrasodium EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate.
Size: 130g/4.58 oz.
Made in New Zealand.