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Greek Coffee | Olive Oil Exfoliating Bar Soap

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ελληνικός καφές

Greek Coffee | Olive Oil Exfoliating Bar Soap

Greek Coffee | Olive Oil Exfoliating Bar Soap

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Your Skin:

All skin types 

Our Remedy:

A highly moisturising natural soap bar crafted with Greek coffee for a deep clean and soft exfoliation. Greek olive oil, coconut oil, castor oils and cocoa butter are included for intense hydration and skin softening properties. Caffeine helps to reduce cellulite, increase blood circulation and tighten skin. Zero essential oils in this remedy.

Suitable for hands + body

Key Benefits:

  • Cleanses, soothes + nourishes
  • Reduces appearance of cellulite + tightens skin
  • Exfoliates + stimulates blood circulation 


100g - Artisanal hand made therefore size, colour and weight may vary.

Dermatologically tested. Organic, vegan, natural, clean. Small batch production. Free of harmful chemicals, parabens, alcohols and synthetic fragrances. Cruelty-free. Recyclable packaging.

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Olea Europaea Fruit (Greek, virgin olive) Oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil*, Aqua, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter, Sodium Hydroxide^, (Castor) Oil*, Coffea Arabica, Lactic Acid, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)                                       

Zero essential Oils                                                                        

* denotes organic, ^required to saponify oils. none remains in the finished soap

All Nefysi products have NO fillers. We only use ingredients with a proven record of safety, efficacy and sustainability.

General Information

We make all of our natural soaps in small batches and cure for at least 6 weeks to ensure you receive the most effective remedies possible. We use pure organic, wildcrafted and natural or nature identical ingredients, extracts and oils that may differ in colour and texture based on season and region they are harvested from.  

As a result, this product may vary in colour, texture and fragrance from batch to batch. This does not impact the efficacy of the product and each contains the same amount of active ingredients.

Note: The information for this product is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using these products.

If you have known allergies, please refer to the ingredients list prior to purchasing.

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ελληνικός καφές — Ancient Greece + Mythology

In ancient Greece and mythology coffee did not exist! WHAT? both mortals and gods would be green with envy…

In fact, Greeks started drinking coffee in recent history and it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that coffee has now become a major part of Greek culture. Located just south of Turkey—the gateway between Asia and Europe— Greece has been at the centre of human history, and ever-expanding trade routes, since people first started forming civilizations.

Greece has changed hands many times throughout its history, and while it has maintained cultural continuity, each society that passed through left their mark in one way or another.

Coffee first came to Greece during the times of the Ottoman empire. After being discovered and made into a drink in Ancient Arabia, and then traded by the Persians around the world, the first coffee shop opened in 1425 in Constantinople. This tradition quickly spread around the world, and as the Ottoman Empire increased its influence in the region, so did coffee.

Now, several hundred years later, coffee has become entrenched in Greek culture. Despite coming from faraway lands, drinking coffee in Greece today is considered a very Greek thing to do.


In the shower, rub the body bar all over wet body to exfoliate and cleanse, paying particular attention to elbows and knees or work on hands at the sink. Rinse well with water.

Do not leave this natural bar of soap sitting in a pool of water or an area that will constantly get wet as it will soften prematurely. If you keep this soap dry between uses it will last a long time