15.10.12

All Natural Soap Review

I accepted samples from All Natural Soap. Their soaps are free from synthetic ingredients like SLS/SLES, parabens, petrochemicals, palm oil, artificial colours and fragrances and animal products.  Soaps are made by hand using the ‘cold-process’ method and suitable for vegetarians and vegans (the exception is Goats Milk soap).


All Natural Soap Review
As you all know I have extremely sensitive skin so All Natural Soaps sent me their most popular unscented soaps.  I received Shea Luxury, Goats Milk and Calendula, Coco Castile (the heart shaped soap) and two delicately scented varieties Lavender & Rosemary and Avocado & Cedarwood. A soapourri bag was also included containing shreds of soap.

For the last couple of weeks Shea Luxury and Lavender & Rosemary have been side by side in the soap dish in my bathroom. As you know I am a huge fan of shea butter so have been enjoying using this soap.  As we head into Autumn the weather takes its toll on my hands so I am always looking to replace moisture. I am very happy to report that Shea Luxury appears to keep my hands nice and soft. Of course I still apply hand creams but I certainly do not notice any tightness immediately after washing. Most importantly I have not experienced any noticeable irritation on my skin. The same goes for the Lavender & Rosemary. I have yet to try the other soaps so will have to report back at a later stage. I am certainly very impressed with the quality. These haven't turned to mush in the soap dish. Even though these are only samples there was attention to detail with the packaging which was a nice touch.

I recommend you take time to browse the website as All Natural Soaps offers a wide variety of soaps including a bespoke service.  I love the idea of having heart shape soaps for Wedding or party favours.  The gift boxes are beautiful and definitely worth considering now we are all counting down to when Santa visits. Click here for link to website.





Disclaimer - PR Samples, links are not affiliated, 100% my own opinions after testing products.

8 comments:

  1. these soaps look so beautiful! I know I wouldn't use them as they're so pretty I wouldn't want to spoil them!

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    1. I know what you mean, I haven't used the heart shaped on yet for that very reason :)

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  2. I agree with Maddy. It would be a shame to spoil the rose one. Also probably not that practical to use either. I'd keep it in a drawer to fragrance my socks lol ;)

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    1. Apparently the trick is to remove the rose buds before use but it does seem a same. Fragrancing your sock drawer is a good idea and I should have mentioned that the suggested use for the soapourri bag

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  3. These soaps sound wonderful - the Shea Luxury really appeals to me :) x

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    1. Let me know if you try it I have certainly enjoyed using it.

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  4. So glad to hear they're working so well for you Sarah :) and Maddy, if you don't want to use them no worries as they work very well as little decorations and also room fragrancers - particularly the decorated varieties.

    (If any one asks, you can also always say you haven't used it yet because you're aging the soap :) -natural soap gets better the older it is)

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    1. After taking the pictures I left the others in the dish. I used the Goat Milk a few times and it is lovely. Once again my hands seems to like it. Very gentle and perfect for me :)

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