Bare Natural Soap Bars 170g
$12.00 – $40.00
Our collection of bare body soap bars are designed to take you back to an ancient time when soaps were created from the bare essentials.
Legend has it soap was first discovered when rain washed down the Mount Sapo mixing animal fat and ashes, resulting in clay that helped make cleaning easier.
Not quite as raw and earthy as the legend, our bare body bars combine this ancient history of simple ingredients found in nature to create a practical and long lasting soap but with a modern day twist.
Bigger than our other bars, they are perfect for everyday use but with a touch of luxury…because we deserve it!
Choose one of our beautifully scented bars or commit and grab one of each in our bare bundle.
All natural soap bars with a touch of lux
- Natural essential oils and botanicals
- No synthetic fragrance
- No palm oil
Each bar is 170g when cut.
Bundle and save with our bare natural soap bundles. Choose from one of each bare bars or select our sample pack to try.
Pure Sapo : Saponified oils of olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, cacao butter; Australian kaolin clay.
Three Roses Sapo: Saponified oils of olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, cacao butter; pink french clay; essential oils of rose geranium, ho wood and palmarosa
Citrus Burst Sapo: Saponified oils of olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, cacao butter; yellow french clay; essential oils of lemongrass, peppermint, orange,
Eucalytpus Sapo: Saponified oils of olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, castor oil, cacao butter; green french clay; essential oils of eucalytpus, nerolina and palmarosa
How is our soap made?
Our soap bars are made in small batches, by hand here in Brisbane. We use a technique called cold process soaping. This is the result of a delicate chemical reaction that occurs between oils, butters and lye. The soap heats naturally to neutralise the lye so none remains in the final bar. The soap then needs to cure for about 6 weeks. This process, although longer, is more gentle and preserves the natural properties of the ingredients and essential oils.
Will using a soap bar spread germs?
Using a soap bar is clean and hygienic and when used properly does not store any germs. A good handwash involves you using warm water with a minimum of a 30 second scrub all over your hands. When you rinse away the soap, the dirt and grime will also wash away. If you are unsure how long, just sing ‘Happy Birthday’! #nursestricks
How should I look after my soap?
Your soap will store better and last longer if it is allowed to dry out thoroughly between uses. We recommend using a soap dish with enough space to circulate the bar and in the shower a wire rack away from the water.
Which bar of soap should I choose?
It can be overwhelming and some of our soap bars do serve a different purpose. Head over to our Soap Cheat Sheet to see a summary of our soap bars and decide which is right for you. Click here to see the guide.