Since 2008, Friendly Soap have been creating highly effective soap products that take a holistic approach towards ethics and sustainability. Using the traditional cold process method of soap making, their soap's are zero waste and require minimal energy to produce. So far, they've helped avoid over 2,598,000 plastic containers from ending up in landfills!
Packed with nutrient-dense oils such as Coconut, Olive, Shea, Cocoa and Castor, their 100% plant-based soaps harness the power of nature to provide a gentle but creamy lather that hydrates, exfoliates and restores the skin. From Lavendar to Lemongrass & Hemp to Cinnamon & Cedarwood, Friendly Soap are naturally scented to offer a feel-good scrub and shampoo like no other!
Friendly to your skin & the planet, sustainability is at the heart of Friendly Soap. Here's what makes them one of the most environmentally considerate soaps out there today:
- 🌱Registered with the Vegan Society
- 🐇Cruelty-free (Leaping Bunny approved)
- 🧼Soaps are produced with zero-by-product
- ♻️Recycled and recyclable packaging
- 📦Packaging is plastic-free with biodegradable wrapping
Friendly Soap is a socially responsible brand, taking meaningful action to treat people fairly and do good in the world. They are an accredited Living Wage Employer and also hold the Fair Tax Mark Certification. Beyond this, they donate 10p from every sale to their charity partners, such as Just a Drop, who bring safe water, sanitation and hygiene projects to communities.
So, for a people, animal and planet-friendly soap that never compromises on quality, Friendly Soap have got you covered!
A snapshot of Friendly Soap's sustainability journey so far.
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