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Cassowary Kicker Facial Cleansing Bar


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Kick plastic to the curb with a plastic free face wash. Our Cassowary Kicker Facial Cleansing Bar is plastic free inside and out.

The Cassowary Kicker doesn’t just kick plastic to the curb . . .  it also kicks impurities out the skin. Cassowary’s are found in the tropical rainforests of Far North Queensland, where avocados and coconuts are abundant. So it’s apt that our Cassowary Kicker Facial Cleansing Bar also uses the natural oils of avocado and coconut to deeply moisturise your skin, leaving it soft and smooth to the touch.

Cassowary Kicker — the ultimate plastic free, rich moisturising facial cleansing bar.

EORTH’s range of Facial Cleansing Bars and Solid Shampoo Bars are handmade in Queensland. They are palm oil free & vegan friendly.

What to learn more about activated charcoal? Read our guide on the Benefits of Activated Charcoal.

Cassowaries in Far North Queensland*:

A cassowary has no tail, muscular legs and three toes. The inside toe bears a large dagger-shaped claw that a cassowary uses as a defence weapon. When a cassowary is cornered or protecting it’s chicks, it kicks out with both feet at once, and can injure, or even kill, dogs or humans. Cassowaries however are shy and solitary birds and are more likely to dash off when alarmed. A cassowary can reach speeds of  up to 40 kilometres per hour in short sprints and are also known to swim.

Aside from being an icon of tourism in Far North Queensland, cassowaries also play an integral part in the maintenance of the rainforest ecosystem. Cassowaries eat up to 150 different fruits; and an estimated 70 to 100 plant species depend almost entirely on the cassowary for seed dispersal. A cassowary makes it’s own “mini-compost pile” which helps enrich the rainforest via the distribution of spreading seeds via it’s waste.

The Southern Cassowary, which is found in Far North Queensland is listed as endangered under both Queensland and Commonwealth legislation. There are an estimated 4,000 cassowaries left in Australia.

* Read more about Cassowaries at Rainforest Rescue




Cardboard Box

Handmade in:

Queensland, Australia


olive oil, coconut oil, karite butter, avocado oil, cocoa butter, ricinus oil, aloe vera, lavender, olibanum, petitgrain bigarade, salvia sclarea,black brazilian clay, activated carbon

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