lóa sápa means lóa soap in Icelandic. Lóa is the name of the Golden Plover (type of bird) in Icelandic. This is the national "summer bird," which heralds the coming of spring and summer. Lóa is a play on words as it can also mean the palm of a hand in colloquial Icelandic (written lófa - lófa is the accusative form of lófi in Icelandic).
About lóa sápa
Lóa is a mild hand soap with wild Icelandic herbs. This fragrant soap gently cleans while leaving hands feeling soft and moist. Lóa sápa contains a blend of powerful Icelandic healing herbs, which protect hands from the cold and dryness of winter.
Apply to wet hands, lather and rinse.
Pure Icelandic spring water, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, cocamidopropyl betaie, perfume, polyquaternium-47, sodium PCA, wild Icelandic herbal extract, therapeutic essential oils (ylang ylang, lemon, patcoli, ginkgo biloba), wild Icelandic herbs (uva urse, betula, achillea millefolium, salix phylcifolia).
MADE IN ICELAND