Devon Soaps handmade natural soap bar with lavender may chang and sandalwood

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Handmade soap bars, made the traditional way!

Handmade soap bars infused with lavender, may chang, and sandalwood essential oils

Made by hand in Devon using traditional methods to create a soap which is indulgent and kind on your skin!

Our lavender, may chang and sandalwood soap bars are made by hand and scented with lavender, may chang, and sandalwood essential oils

This cold process, handmade natural soap bar is vegan-friendly and scented with lavender, may chang and sandalwood essential oils. Made by us in North Devon.

The traditional cold process method

The traditional cold-process method of soap making retains the natural glycerin that is produced during the soap-making process. This helps your skin retain its natural moisture! Preventing it from drying out, while the 100% natural plant-based oils leave your skin feeling rejuvenated.

Our natural soap bars are scented with natural essential oils

Handmade and fragranced with lavender, may chang, and sandalwood essential oils to create a fragrance which is relaxing and calming. The may chang (mid note) and the base note of sandalwood really anchor the fragrance of the lavender, all combined with olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, sunflower oil and castor oil. These oils work together to create a luxurious lather that leaves your skin feeling fresh and clean without stripping it of its natural oils. These oils work together to create a luxurious lather that leaves your skin feeling fresh and clean without stripping it of its natural oils.

Great for sensitive skin

Because our soap is made from natural oils and butters it is perfect for sensitive skin and gentle enough to use as a facial wash, occasional shampoo and as a daily hand or body soap.

Our commitment to the environment

We care about the environment and want to help reduce the use of single-use plastics. By wrapping our soap bars in 100% recyclable paper, we are helping to reduce the reliance on single-use plastics and helping you achieve a plastic-free bathroom. This all means that, as well as being kind to your skin, our soap bars are kind to the planet, so you can enjoy them guilt-free.

Our soaps are available as

Available in two styles "Smooth" or our "Wave" soap which is inspired by the unique North Devon coastline, these standard sized bars are a minimum weight of 95 grams.

We also sell these soaps as a guest sized bar which are perfect for your trip away, airbnb or holiday let. The weights vary from between 18-26 grams as they are all lovingly hand cut and are available in packs of 4.

Usage and Care instructions

Rinse and lather.

Avoid contact with eyes, rinse with clean water if contact with eyes occurs. Discontinue use if irritation occurs, do not use on broken or irritated skin.

Not suitable for children under 36 months.

Natural handmade soaps require a little looking after just like your skin, to make sure they are always at their best place them on a well drained soap dish. 

Made from 100% natural plant based oils and butters

Sodium Olivate (saponified Olive Oil), Sodium Cocoate (Saponified Coconut Oil), Aqua, Glycerin, Sodium Shea Butterate (saponified Shea Butter), Sodium Sunflower Seedate (saponified Sunflower Oil), Sodium Castorate (saponified Castor Oil) Lavandula Angustifolia Oil, Litsea Cubeba Fruit Oil, Amyris Balsamifera Bark Oil, Citral*, Citronellol*, Geraniol*, Limonene* Linalool* (*occurs naturally in essential oils)

We super fat all our soaps at 5% which means 5% of the oils remain unsaponified resulting in a more moisturising soap!

Great for sensitive skin.

Palm oil free.

Free from Parabens and Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS)

Vegan friendly.

Plastic free and biodegradable.

Our soaps are sold individually, if you require more than one soap bar please adjust the quantity.

Minimum weight at time of packaging 95 grams.

All our soaps are Cosmetic product safety report approved and registered with the Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) in Great Britain.