Wildflowers & Oats Soap
How to use:
This soap is designed for sensitive skin, helping to soothe, protect and nourish and is great for all-over use.
Store in a cool dry place.
Dry soap out in between uses.
For external use only. Do not use around the eyes, mucous membranes or on broken skin. If irritation occurs, discontinue using immediately.
Please seek advice from a Doctor before using if you are pregnant.
Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Palmate (RSPO responsibly sourced), Sodium Olivate, Sodium Avocadoate, Sodium Castorate, Sodium Shea Butterate, Aqua, Glycerin, Calendula Officinalis (Calendula) Flower, Kaolin / Illite (cosmetic grade), Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal, Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil, Pelargonium Roseum (Rose Geranium) Leaf, Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol
Packaging: Recyclable kraft paper with twine.
As each soap bar is made entirely by hand, soap colour and shape vary slightly from bar to bar.
They are completely natural: traditionally made, rough cut, cured for six weeks or more, and hand packaged in brown paper to order.
A family run business making natural soaps by hand based in Southend-on-Sea in Essex. Inspired by nature, designed for sensitive skin and loved by families. Containing nothing artificial: no SLS, no parabens.
Stacey and Graeme started making soap for their family when their daughter developed a mild form of eczema that was made worse by commercially-produced soaps and washes.
They settled on a combination of high quality ingredients, unfussy essential oil blends, and a slow soap-making process that is as close to the ancient traditional methods as possible. There’s nothing else added: no preservatives, no colourants, no fragrances and no additional heat to speed things up. The best things take time, and proper soap is worth waiting for.
Their soap recipes have been certified and they have combinations specifically targeted at problematic skin.
Each batch of soaps is carefully made by hand using the traditional cold process method. They don’t add anything to speed up the process, and they keep things as natural as possible. Each batch of soap is given the full six weeks to cure.