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Manjar means delicacy in Spanish, and this soap bar is exactly that.  Manjar is an earthy blend of textures with a refreshing lemongrass scent. Restore your skin's vitality with Aztec superfood, Spirulina, packed with amino acids, vitamins, and minerals to bring a healthy glow. Chia seeds gently exfoliate for optimal glow while Aloe Vera soothes. 

This well-balanced mix of ingredients helps make bathing an act of self-love.  Bathing was more than just an act of cleansing in Aztec culture, it was a deeply restorative activity and a way to connect with ancestors.  A Temazcal, or a steam room, was a way for them to heal their physical, mental, and spiritual being.  

All Temazcal Life products are handmade in small batches, using traditional processes that retain the healing properties of the botanicals.



Olive Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Babassu Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Lemongrass Oil, Spirulina, Almond Oil, Chia Seeds, Copaiba Oil, Aloe Vera & Sodium Lactate. 

3” X 1” X 3”

4.5 oz





Temazcal Life is a personal care brand rooted in Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerican rituals meant to purify and renew the body, mind, & spirit. They believe simple rituals have the power to transform our well-being.

Their name, pronounced teh•ma•skaal laif, comes from the Aztec Náhuatl word Temazcalli; which means “steam house.” The temazcal bath ritual is part of well-being in a traditional culture that safeguards communal integrity.

They believe well-being is not only the absence of illness but also balance in the community through social harmony, balanced natural surroundings, the visible universe around us, and the intangible universe of beliefs.

Temazcal Life's purpose is to inspire people to slow down, reconnect with themselves, and prioritize their well-being while making that privilege accessible to disadvantaged communities.

They operate in Austin, Texas, USA.

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