'Obsessively Made'

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Our Ethic
For us, giving our body and mind the ‘cleanest’ natural products, goes hand in hand with looking after our environment.

From the very beginning, we carefully selected our soap making oils not just by their unique qualities but from where they were sourced and how they were extracted. The same considerations follow through into our other products.

We only ever use essential oils and never fragrance oils. Our products have nothing added to them that we believe should not be there.
Consequently, we are totally free from; thalates, SLS, SLES, Parabens and PEG’s.

Our packaging in most cases is recyclable, is FSC certified, made from recycled products and uses eco-inks. Our boxes are also made in the UK using UK recycled card.
We care about you and the world we create for all our children.
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Our soap was born out of the desire to make skin loving, natural soap bars that don’t compromise on quality. Our ingredients are chosen specially for their properties and are ethically sourced.
Many of the supermarket traditional soap bars are now called ‘cream bars’, that is because they aren’t actually soap, they are detergent bars containing sodium laureth sulfate which is sometimes derived from Palm oil.
We always use quality grade essential oils again ethically sourced and never fragrance oils (parfum).
Also, our soaps are “superfatted” which means 5% of the plant oils are left un-saponified during the soap making process, making each bar ultra-hydrating.

Please see the returns link at the bottom of the webpage and send a message, we want you to love our products just as much as we do.

We cannot accept the return of any opened products due to our hygiene policy. Orders made in error must be returned at your own cost and tracking is advised. Please upload a photo of any damages for a replacement to be sent.

Firstly, all our cosmetics are fully assessed by a chartered chemist to ensure our formulas are mild and safe for use. We hold CPSR(Cosmetic Product Safety Report) for all our recipes.

Although essential oils are natural, not all are safe and as people we all have different intolerances. Essential oil products are not advised for children under 3 and always consult your doctor before using oils during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Bath salts are not suitable for those with high blood pressure.
As a precautionary measure please seek medical guidance if suffering from any medical condition and remember;
For external use only.
  • Avoid contact with the eyes.
  • If skin irritation occurs, discontinue use.
  • Avoid in case of known allergy to listed ingredients.
  • Always consult your doctor before using essential oils during pregnancy.
  • Certain essential oils are not advised for those dealing with particular cancers.
The basic recipe for soap hasn’t changed for thousands of years. Soap is basically a salt. It’s still a combination of fat or oils with an alkali and water. When those ingredients are combined in carefully calculated proportions, they go through a chemical process called saponification, which results in soap. Oils + Lye (NaOH) = Soap + Glycerine
Today, there are two techniques that people use to make soap: the cold process and the hot process.

We make our soap using the ‘cold-process’. This term refers to the fact that no heat is applied during manufacture unlike many mass-produced bars.
In the cold process, the solid fats or butters (plant based) are combined with a lye solution (sodium hydroxide in water).
Glycerol is released during the chemical processes and converts to glycerine; Glycerine is responsible for the creamy and smooth texture that allows the nutrients to penetrate deep into the skin. This process is called saponification
The only exceptions to this are our ‘Skin Utopia’ and ‘Unwind & Repair’. Skin Utopia Olive oil has been pre-infused with Calendula petals over 4 weeks. Unwind & Repair, replaces water with carrot juice in its lye mix and turmeric powder is also mixed into the solution.
The batch can now be poured into moulds, the soap is insulated while left to slowly cool and finish the saponification process. 24-48Hrs after pouring, the soap can be unmoulded, cut and stamped. The final sage is curing for 5-6wks to allow the excess water to evaporate out. In the final product all lye is neutralised in the process.

We are based in Auckley, a small village in South Yorkshire almost  on the border of Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.
  • Auckley, Doncaster, England, United Kingdom