1 bar £6
5 bars £20
This soap is Cold Process, made entirely by hand in the traditional way with Coconut oil, Olive oil, Shea Butter and Castor oil. Glycerine is naturally produced during the saponification (soap making) process.
Castor oil – tremendously moisturising
Olive oil – packed with vitamins, minerals and proteins, it is very emollient and helps prevent kin from drying out.
Coconut oil – helps to made the soap hard and have large creamy bubbles!
Shea butter – very moisturising and nourishing, and excellent for calming sensitive skins
Glycerine increases the soap’s moisturising properties.
Each Christmas soap is subtly fragranced with a variey of spices and essential oils, one even has fresh carrot in it!
Christmas Spice Soap - contains cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, bayleaf and a sprinkling of copper coloured mica. Smells like a slice of Christmas cake! (but don't eat it!)
Chocolate Orange Soap - with extra dark chocolate and orange essential oil, and a sprinkling of bronze mica. Imagine a Chocolate Orange - but don't eat it!!
Chocolate Mint Soap - with extra dark chocolate and peppermint essential oil, and a sprinkling of gold mica. Imagine After Eights - but don't eat it!!
Mulled Wine Soap - with cinnamon, cloves, bay leaf, lemon and orange essential oils and a large sprinkling of burgundy mica. All the spirits of Christmas - don't eat it!!
Santa's Pot Pourri Soap - with cinnamon, nutmeg, bayleaf and sweet orange essential oil and a sprinkling of copper mica. Just as inedible as real pot pourri - so don't eat it!
Variety - 5 bars of our choice - if you have a particular choice in mind let us know!
Due to their high pH value Cold Process soaps bars are naturally antibacterial, as bacteria cannot propagate on a pH of 9 or more. Which means they are also better for the environment because we are not washing chemicals into our water system; this applies to all saponified soap bars. After hand washing the pH of hands will be significantly higher and contribute to the viral inactivation of COVID-19. With Coronavirus the soap works to disrupt the fatty acid outer layer of the virus (not bacteria), causing it to dissolve, break apart and consequently wash away.