FARM SOAP CO Seaweed Soap

£8.50
Description

A gentle vegan soap made from botanical ingredients including seaweeds, suitable for washing both skin and hair.

Handmade in small batches in Shaftesbury, Dorset by Farm Soap Co, who specialise in using traditional artisan methods to make botanical soaps and natural skincare products.

Contains natural oils and butters, to moisturise and condition, with a delicate fragrance and no synthetic chemicals.

The soap bar is circular in shape and packaged in simple yet aesthetically pleasing packaging. The box is made from off-white card, printed with navy graph lines and a logo, and sealed with a coloured sticker detailing the ingredients. 

Farm Soap Co say: Since ancient times seaweeds have been used for their cleansing and therapeutic properties. In thalassotherapy the ancient Greeks used the healing properties of seawater and sea algae in cosmetic and health treatments.

Seaweeds are humectants, drawing moisture to the skin and containing high levels of lipids, proteins and minerals (such as zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and selenium) which have great benefits in healing and repairing the skin. Vitamins K, B, A, C and E help plump the skin, even skin pigmentation and promote collagen.

The high iodine content of seaweeds is deeply cleansing and by using dried seaweed powder in a salt scrub it is also an effective exfoliator, removing dead skin cells so new ones can form.”

Details: 

  • 110g (please note that the soap is handmade and therefore the cured weight is approximate) 
  • Vegan 
  • Cruelty Free 
  • Made in England 

Ingredients: 
Olive oil (sodium olivate) 
Coconut oil (sodium cocoate) 
Almond oil (sodium almondate) 
Shea butter (sodium shea butterate) 
Distilled water (aqua) 
Seaweed (fucus vesiculosus) 
Glycerin (a natural by-product in cold-process soap) 

About Farm Soap Co:
Farm Soap Co. handmake botanical soaps and natural skincare products in small batches in their workshop in Shaftesbury in Dorset, using traditional artisan methods. In autumn and winter they use plants from warmer climes for essential oils, and in spring and summer they grow and distill skincare herbs and flowers from an organic walled garden. Dorset Sea Salt and seaweeds are sourced from the shores of the Jurassic Coast.