Got Any Questions? Pt II

Created Date: 2018-01-12 Hits: 341

After a short break for Christmas where I allowed myself a little rest as a reward for working so hard, it is now time to share the second half of our question time. If you have a question about natural soap and skincare. You have just landed on the right page!

Are your products suitable for those with sensitive skin? 
We pride ourselves in the fact that our products help (or at least, not aggravate) many skin conditions. Our salt soap and facial oils have been particularly helpful to our customers in this regard. We have also had some great feedback from customers regarding our Bath Teas too! Of course, everyones skin is different so no guarantees can be made! Feel free to read our feedback on this website, Facebook and Etsy for real reviews!

Are your products fully registered? 
We follow UK and EU law. Our products are fully assessed by a certified chemist, we are registered with the EU and in addition we are members of the Guild of Craft Soap & Toiletry Makers. Your skin safety is why we started this business in the first place! Whoever you buy from, make sure they are registered with the Guild at the very least. You can check here: www.gcstm.co.uk/members

Are your products suitable for Vegetarians & Vegans? 
All our products are suitable for vegetarians as we never use animal fats (tallow) in our products. Some of our products do contain silk, honey and milk so will not be suitable for vegans however we do list all ingredients in 'Plain English'  to make your choice easy! We believe in transparency of ingredients!

I have an allergy (dairy, gluten, peanut, beetroot) - do you use any ingredients that may cause a reaction? 
We never use Peanut Oil or Almond oil however some of our products may contain dairy, gluten and indeed beetroot. Read through our 'Plain English' ingredients list to double check your choice.

Which soaps are best for facial use? 
I would reccomend Silk Rose, Forever Young or Lavender Milk. If you have oily skin try Festival Brew or Ocean Storm.

What colorants or fragrances do you use? 
Only natural essential oils, botantical colorants and natural clays are used for colors and scents. If you want to avoid manmade fragrance & colorants look out for 'CI numbers' or just the simple description of 'Parfum', these both indicate man made chemical additives.

Any other questions? Contact us with your question!