Plymouth, PL6 8XD
90 Dockray Close England PL6 8XD GB
Do you love beautiful soft skin? Do you love your planet?  
Here at Seatree Cosmetics we love both and that’s why we started this amazing company. 
In our family we have too many people, children and adults, that suffer with dry skin. We asked why? Too many skincare companies tell us their products will soothe and revitalise our skin, and yet we are still left with dry skin!
So after much research and testing, we came up with a soap that genuinely leaves our skin feeling beautifully soft and moisturised. And our secret? Glycerin and lots of it.
So what is this glycerin stuff?
Glycerin is the key ingredient found in moisturisers to keep your skin soft and full of moisture. In skincare it comes under the category of humectants; an ingredient that will actively draw moisture to your skin.
Common natural humectants include; honey, eggs, glycerin, molasses, seaweed, beeswax and panthenol (pro vitamin b5).
All sounds a bit bland, until we tell you that the majority of big chain skincare companies, selling shampoos and shower gels, have the wonderfully nourishing glycerin taken out. You heard right, no glycerin or trace amounts.
This is where it becomes even more jaw-dropping. The glycerin they take out of your regular off-the-shelf body wash, they add to their moisturisers.
So by drying out your skin when washing with their body wash products, you then need to buy their moisturisers for the pleasure of re-moisturising your skin.
Why not keep the glycerin in the body wash products in the first place?
Here at Seatree Cosmetics that is exactly what we do, keep our beautifully nourishing glycerin in our products so you do not need to buy other products to rehydrate your skin and your skin will remain beautifully soft from using our wonderful products.

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And the final kick in the teeth is when we tell you what these companies replace the glycerin with.
Petrochemicals. Sounds wonderful? No, we don’t think so either. These chemicals are found commonly in your soaps, shampoos and shower gels. Ever heard of Sodium Lauryl Sulphate and Sodium Laureth Sulphate?
They are well known skin irritants. These two petrochemicals are used in labs to test moisturisers, by irritating the skin to eczema levels. If you have the time, please watch the video here to show you the real impact of SLS and SLES.