The Soap Co. Black Poppy & Wild Fig Hand Wash and Bar Soap


The Soap Co. are an awesome enterprise that tick all the boxes: their products are cool and have a bit of an edgy vibe to them, their package design is inclusive thanks to the braille lettering on the front and they also have a real social conscience; they focus on creating employment for those with various disabilities including people who are blind, which just makes them brilliant, in my mind! However, all this awesomeness is only worth sharing if the products are any good…


…which of course they are.  So far, the range is quite small with three main scents (White Tea, Citrus and Black Poppy & Wild Fig) and in each of these fragrances there are three products – Hand Wash, Hand Lotion and Bar Soap.  The Poppy & Wild Fig is absolutely gorgeous – it has an expensive, luxury feel to it that’s perfectly gender-neutral, so everyone would be happy to use it without complaining about smelling too feminine or masculine: they’ve got the balance just right.  The Hand Wash itself is also just right, leaving hands feeling clean and refreshed without stripping any moisture; the bottle also looks fab in the bathroom.  I really don’t feel like I’m doing them justice, so if you have a moment, have a read of their ‘About Us’ page here – link – and check out their full product range here – link.  Prices start at £7 for the Soap Bars, £11 for the Hand Washes (I’d recommend starting with one of those if you’re looking to dip your toe in) and £12 for the Hand Creams.  There are also various types of gift/value sets available too.  Finally, they’ve recently added some new products – Exfoliating Soap Pebbles – which sound intriguing! They’re currently out of stock but (according to their site) there are more coming soon of both the sizes.

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