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Natura Ekos extends its Ucuuba line with new soaps

Three new products are hitting the market in mid-August to complete the Natura Ekos Ucuuba line, which was launched in April by Natura:

- Natura Ekos Ucuuba Moisturizing Liquid Soap for the Body, 200 ml. With a consistent and creamy texture, it cleans, disinfects and forms a protective film on the skin, to enhance hydration.

- Natura Ekos Ucuuba Moisturizing Liquid Soap for the Hands, 250 ml, to complement the daily care of hands, as well as moisturize and repair the skin.

- Natura Ekos Ucuuba Pure Vegetal Creamy Soap Bar, which forms a protective layer that keeps the natural moisture of the skin.

Enriched with Ucuuba butter, an ingredient sourced from the Amazon region, the new soaps provide a moisturizing effect for up to 8 hours. “The Amazon rainforest holds many treasures and one of them is the Ucuuba seed. Inspired by the highly moisturizing and healing butter that lurks within the seed, Natura Ekos has created a product line that bears the same name than the active ingredient,” explains the company.

The uccuuba seed is the fruit of the ucuubeira tree, which is common in the Amazon region, and that is a source of highly sensual butter with a high moisturizing and healing power.

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