Chemicals? No Way!
- No artificial foaming agents (SLS /SLES)
- No artificial colours or fragrances
- No parabens
Our products have been manufactured and labelled to comply with Cosmetic Products (Safety) Regulations. A safety assessment has been carried out by a qualified professional to give assurances that our products are safe in their intended use.
How long does it last?
We have worked hard to formulate our bars of handmade soap to retain a firm texture, right down to the last slither. To help prolong the life of your purchase, we would recommend that you avoid constant exposure to water, i.e. direct line of fire of a shower head and use a soap dish / drainer, allowing your handmade soap to dry out in between use.
We are sticking out neck out here, but we reckon that if you showered in the morning and washed in the evening (or the other way round), our handmade soap would last approximately one month.
Second Nature soaps should be used within 12 months of purchase.
As some of you may have sensitive skin, we recommend you complete a skin allergy test, 48 hours before you wish to use the product.
We have made sure that our packaging is simply, minimal and recyclable and 100% biodegradable, helping to minimise the impact on our environment. We source as much of our packaging as possible, here in the United Kingdom.
Absolutely none of our products are tested or contain any animal products, apart from the honey used in our Manuka Honey Handmade Soap.
Many customers store their unopened bars of handmade soap in their underwear draw; it’s just the job, cool dark, the ideal environment in order to retain the best from all those botanical oils, found in each and every handmade soap.
Size & Shape
As all our handmade soaps are handmade and hand cut using raw plant ingredients, it is inevitable that they will vary slightly in shape and colour. We love that their all a little bit different, after all who wants to be the same?
Weight: 125 g approx
Although the majority of our ingredients are safe during pregnancy there are precautions to be taken in terms of contact with a small specific selection of Essential Oils. Unfortunately we are unable to give specific advice, and would ask that you contact your General Practitioner.