The Handmade Soap Company Bath Salts Uplifting and Soothing Lavender Rosemary Thyme & Mint
Our Summary: We fell in love with this gorgeous collection after using the hand soap and lotion in a local cafe - and we had to buy some - and now we have to stock them so you can enjoy them as much as we do!
Transform bath-time into me-time with these gorgeous garden-scented Epsom bath salts. Fragranced with lavender, rosemary, thyme and mint, this is the treat you deserve.
Brighten your senses and feel the calming power of lavender ease the stress away. Enjoy the traditional herbal fragrances of rosemary, thyme and mint in a classic bath salt. Gentle and caring, it's the perfect gift for anyone who enjoys stretching out in a spa-level bath at home.
Inside Scoop: They also make a great skin exfoliant. Use before stepping into the bath for double the benefits.
A Little Bit More About The Handmade Soap Co's Products and People:
These lovely products are made with coconut derivatives, vegetable emulsifiers and scented with essential oils. There are no SLSs, parabens or petrochemicals
99.7% of products are all natural, the other 0.3% is the binding agent and preservative which makes the body lotions behave so wonderfully.
No product is tested on animals, ever. And rightly so. The card in the packaging is from sustainable sources and printed with vegetable-derived ink.
The story begins in Donagh and Gemma’s kitchen back in 2010. Armed with two pots, some elbow grease and the most natural ingredients imaginable, The Handmade Soap Company was born. They started out small, selling their lovely handmade soaps at farmers’ markets and to kind neighbours… and from there, things just grew and grew. Pots got bigger, the range blossomed, and they added a few more hands on deck; but their mission remains the same: To bring pure, heartfelt joy to your everyday, so even the small things feel precious.
Using thoughtful essential oil blends and nature’s pantry, they have lovingly created a range that will boost your mood and your skin in equal measure. And oh, does it smell divine.