Soap is just so on trend right now. Sales have boomed over the last couple of years and we are not at all surprised. The humble bar soap was made for gifting, whether you are choosing a stocking filler at Christmas or a pampering treat for Mother’s day. Here’s why we think the gift of soap should be at the top of your list.
Did you know that the UK uses roughly around 227,000 miles of wrapping paper each year, with 108 million rolls of this ending up in the bin? There are lots of options to be less wasteful during the gifting season though. Choosing a thoughtful present, minimally packaged like soap is a great start.
Natural soap is an ethical super star - made from plant based ingredients, needs less water to produce than liquid soap and uses plastic free packaging. If eco friendly gifting matters to you - or to your recipient - then bar soap will tick all your ethical boxes.
Soap is brilliantly versatile. As a little thank you for teachers at the end of term through to sumptuous hampers for a special anniversary, soap fits the bill. Just look at our Soapery dresser through the seasons - there's something for every celebration
As we’ve all been reminded recently, hand-washing with soap and water is a powerful weapon against disease. Soap is one of those genuinely useful items. If you don't want to spend you money on a novelty gift that may never see the light of day, soap serves a very real purpose.
If you are just looking for a token gesture - the small thank you present or the secret santa, then a bar of handmade soap steps up to this challenge with ease. It’s a thoughtful creative gift that will be well received. If you want more of a splurge, then choosing a collection of soaps offers a tempting smorgasbord of scents and colours.
Now for the best bit - the moment family and friends receive their soap. Uplifting fragrances, attractive packaging, luxurious lathers, what a lovely gift!
These smiling faces speak for themselves
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