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Blossom Scented Soap - Unboxed
Blossom Scented Soap - Unboxed
Blossom Scented Soap - Unboxed
Blossom Scented Soap - Unboxed

Blossom Scented Soap - Unboxed


*This soap comes unboxed. Please note the wrapping paper is parchment paper (the common name is butter paper).

Our Blossom-scented soap has a blend of bergamot, patchouli, and ylang-ylang oils for added luxury.

Our range of beautiful soaps are hand made by an all-women enterprise in Kerala with a commitment to employing disadvantaged women. Using only 100% natural ingredients these coconut oil-based soaps produce a wonderfully creamy and moisturising lather perfect for sensitive skin. In tests our soaps last as much as twice as long as conventional soaps providing excellent value. Of course, all our soaps are free from animal testing and also vegan-friendly and palm oil free.

Soap Dimensions: L 7 cm x W 7 cm x H 4 cm

The purchase of these soaps supports our work with street children and the Dalit people of India.

*Please see images for further details on ingredients.

Discover exquisitely decorated handmade homewares by the Dalit Goods Co, a social enterprise standing up for Dalit people in India. 

The term “Dalit” translates as downtrodden or oppressed. Positioned at the bottom of India’s society, people in Dalit communities have been subject to dehumanising abuse and discrimination for thousands of years. 

The Dalit Goods Co aims to raise awareness of the terrible inequalities Dalit people suffer as well as helping to improve their lives. Sales of their products help fund Life Association, the charity behind the brand. Much of their work revolves around providing support and education, including building schools and children’s homes, for Dalits in India. 

Dalit Goods Co also create jobs for underprivileged people – their entire range is handcrafted by artisans in Dalit communities. For instance, Dalit people from Kashmir create the beautiful egg cups by using papier-mâché and painting them with traditional Kashmiri designs.