Handmade in the Highlands of Scotland
Our soap is handmade by a centuries-old, traditional process. In this slow method of soap production, it takes us around four weeks to cure each carefully prepared batch. Our handmade cold-process soaps are mild and moisturising on sensitive, dry skin.
We use organic and natural ingredients and sustainable packaging in a small-scale batch process to create what we believe are the finest and most ethical soap and skincare products made in Scotland.
We use the finest ingredients
Since our products are made by hand, we know exactly what goes into each one. Because we put it there ourselves. The ingredients we don’t wild-harvest are organic, natural and sustainable.
We know where they come from because we buy from suppliers who are transparent with us, whose supply chains we can verify, and that we trust to be kind to the environment and caring towards their and people.
Our products are vegetarian friendly
Our products and raw ingredients are Cruelty-Free and not tested on animals. With the exception of a few which contain organic honey, they are suitable for vegans, too.
Our handmade soaps are free from artificial synthetic surfactants (foaming ingredients), such as SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) or SLES, and our creams and lotions contain No Paraben preservatives. These ingredients are widely-used in high street brands but we avoid them because they leave skin dry and do lasting damage to aquatic life.
We keep our packaging simple and recyclable. Our bottles, jars and lids are made from post-consumer recycled packaging that can be easily recycled or refilled instore or from one of our 1L glass refill bottles.
From April 2021, our shampoo, body wash and conditioner bottles will be made with plastic derived from sugarcane, not oil, and we sell our shampoo bars in the manner they should be used – naked!
In order to keep our products safe in transit we use 100% home-compostable void fill made from annually renewable sources, such as corn husks, and never polystyrene even if they do look similar. Just hold a handful under a tap and watch it dissolve.