|*cue Jaws theme*|
As with most LUSH soaps, it has moisturizing rapeseed and coconut oils, but it also has a bit of sulfate lauryl sulfate lower on the ingredients list. This soap still feels as hydrating as others I've tried in the LUSH range, but it's something to know if you are sensitive to sulfates.
The black fin sticking out of the soap is made from paper and will readily tear off due to the moisture and heat in a shower. The paper is embedded pretty deeply into the soap, so I still have this paper nub in my soap, even though the fin part came off a long time ago. (It doesn't affect my use at all; just a random observation.)
Sea Vegetable is very close in appearance and composition, so if you can't find Shark Fin Soap but like the sound of a scrubby-sided, marine-scented soap, check out Sea Vegetable instead!
Are you into Shark Week? I don't really watch it but I do love seeing all the shark-themed releases (including shark nail art!) that happens during that time.
Ingredients: water, rapeseed oil (Brassica napus), glycerin, coconut oil (Cocos nucifera), coarse sea salt (sodium chloride), sorbitol, sodium stearate, sodium lauryl sulfate, Arame seaweed (Eisenia arborea), lime oil (Citrus aurantifolia), lavender oil (Lavandula augustifolia), seaweed absolute (Fucus vesiculosus), sodium chloride, sodium hydroxide, EDTA, tetrasodium editronate, citral, geraniol, limonene, linalool, paper fin (cellulose), Blue 1, Yellow 5.