As a more sustainable cleansing option, soap bars are becoming a common feature in the bathroom again.
Friendly Soap make natural soap bars using the ancient cold-process method which creates a biodegradable soap with zero by-products. There is literally no waste.
Friendly Soap’s palm oil-free range of soaps are all made using natural plant-based oils – coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, shea butter and cocoa butter, each of which are naturally nourishing and moisturising yet have their own unique qualities.
Essential oils, flowers, spices and herbs are used for their scent and colour, their healing properties, and some – such as poppy seeds and hemp bran – will gently exfoliate the skin.
The range includes a delightful blends of patchouli and sandalwood, orange and grapefruit, lemongrass and hemp, and peppermint and poppy seeds, among others.
In line with Friendly Soap founders Rob Costello and Geoff Kerouac’ ethical values, the UK-based brand keep their energy consumption is kept to an absolute minimum. Each and every bar is poured and cut by hand and packed in recycled and recyclable card boxes.
Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief @rosamedea
2 thoughts on “Friendly Soap: Palm oil-free soap that’s gentle on skin and on the environment”
I prefer soap; shower gels etc. surely dry your skin out and come in plastic bottles that have to be recycled!
Yes, I agree. Good quality soap bars made from a moisturising base oil such as coconut oil or shea butter is much better for skin – and easier to formulate as bars of soap rather than liquid soap
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