This simple and unscented oatmeal soap bar has wonderful but delicate scrubbing properties, making it perfect for a gentle face exfoliation even for the most sensitive skins. The pure organic coconut oil creates a soft and abundant lather (so there is no need for SLS) and the organic shea butter is highly nourishing and moisturising, so perfect for extremely dry skin. At the final stage of the making process, 5% of the oil blend is added to the mixture which results in the end product being much more moisturising than standard soaps.
Hand made in small batches in Cambridge, UK using the cold process method. This method helps to preserve the wonderful properties of the natural ingredients.
Contains 100% natural ingredients and produced using 100% renewable energy. Presented in 100% recycled, card box assembled with a plastic-free natural almond-based glue.
Vegan friendly. Free from palm oil and SLS.
Approximately 4.5cm wide x 6.5cm long x 3cm high. 100g.
Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight. Allow to dry evenly on a draining dish after use.
Zero Waste use only 100% natural ingredients in their products with many containing a high proportion of organic ingredients too.
Handmade in small batches in Cambridge, UK.
Sodium Olivate (Olive oil), Aqua, Sodium Cocoate (Coconut Oil)*, Glycerin, Sodium Almondate (Sweet Almond Oil), Oatmeal Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Meal*.
5% of the oils contained in this soap are unsaponified, making it much more moisturising than standard commercial soap.
Living in Rome, Bianca decided at the beginning of 2016 to try and produce less waste after reading an article about Lauren Singer and her trash jar. Being a Political Science graduate, Bianca moved to Scotland to follow her passion for the environment and complete a Masters' Degree in Environmental Sustainability. Together with Giulio, her very patient boyfriend, Bianca began her zero waste journey and in February 2018, decided she wanted to use what they had learned to create something that put their values into practice. They learned more about ingredients, processes and materials, and 6 months later they began producing home made zero waste products in small batches.
The couple recently moved to Cambridge where Giulio is studying a PhD in International Environmental Law, so Bianca is currently running the business solo and still makes all the products herself. She continues to put a huge amount of effort into creating a range of body care products that are sustainable in every aspect, from the ingredients used, production methods, packaging materials, and the energy used in all processes.