We’ve made this Almond Milk and Oat soap using a traditional cold process method of soap making and like all our products, it’s vegan and made with lots of skin friendly natural ingredients.
This has a light almond fragrance and has some added exfoliation from ground pressed oats. Along with a bunch of nourishing oils and butters this soap is made using our homemade almond milk to give that extra luxurious feel!
Some of the other ingredients in this bar are olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil and sunflower oil. There’s no added colourants in this soap but we have added an almond fragrance. We've created a balanced bar that will cleanse and nourish without drying out your skin.
You will receive one of our generously sized bars (110g minimum).
The method we use for soap making means that bars are suitable for use after a couple of days but they still contain water which evaporates through time so we like to cure our soaps for a minimum of 5 weeks to create a harder, longer lasting bar. Keep your soap out of water when not in use to prolong its life, a soap dish or wire rack in your shower is ideal. The bars are big enough that you can cut them in half, keeping some dry for later meaning they will last even longer!
Our products are produced in a nutty environment so please bear this in mind for any nut allergies.
As our soaps are made in small batches slight variations from the photographs may occur.
Sodium cocoate (coconut butter), Prunus dulcis (Almond milk), Sodium olivate (olive oil), Sodium shea butterate (shea butter), Sodium Castorate (castor oil), Sodium sunflowerate, Oatmeal avena sativa (oat), Parfum
Available naked, accompanied with an ingredients label.
Available wrapped in home compostable cellophane wrappers (Natureflex).
Compostable/Recyclable paper labels printed with vegan inks.
All external packaging for posting is paper, card and paper tape (100% recyclable and/or compostable).
Vegan and cruelty free
Palm oil free
Handmade in the UK
Made using 100% renewable energy
Made using zero waste production methods