Our Hand Wash range is here!

We are SUPER excited about this one!

When we asked our amazing community which products they’d most like to see from us, hands down hand soap was the most requested product. It’s something that’s been in our sights for a while anyway, so we started the journey to develop a hand wash to add to our range. No pressure…

We wanted to create a special variation of our castile soap with a unique blend of oils that leaves our hands feeling amazing, and the process took much longer than we expected as we developed, tried and tested various iterations of the product over the course of a couple of months. Finally, here we are! 

So, what’s in it?

Castile soap with olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil and almond oil – all plant-based and biodegradable, no parabens, sulfates or artificial fragrances. So you know that when you wash your hands, it’s nothing but natural, eco-friendly ingredients that are SO good for your skin as it washes away dirt and bacteria. 

Of course you don’t need us to tell you they are also scented with essential oils. We couldn’t decide on just one scent as we each had our favourite, so we’ve decided to launch not one, but THREE! 

  • Drift is a calming blend of lavender and sweet orange.
  • Verve combines the uplifting scents of grapefruit, tangerine, black pepper and vanilla essential oils.
  • Spice is the home comfort blend of clove, cinnamon, lemon, eucalyptus and rosemary.

If you have multiple bathrooms, why not grab our bundle of three – try each scent and see which one is your fave?

What about refills?

Yes! We are working on bulk at-home refill packaging which we hope to have available in the next couple of weeks too. So you can reuse your original glass bottle over and over, and know that you are saving hundreds of single use plastics bottle from going to landfill, every time you wash your hands. More info on our refill options coming VERY soon.

We’re so excited to share our Hand Wash range with you and we hope you like it as much as we do. Check it out here!

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