At the moment we are all hand washing constantly to help avoid contracting the COVID-19 virus but I bet most of us haven’t thought about what the container of liquid soap is made of as we just need more and more soap.
I personally only buy liquid soap anyway ( it’s more hygienic and less mess) but I have to admit most of my bottles were plastic.
Wearth London sells ‘zero waste’ homewares, including a 10-litre box of liquid hand soap so that you can keep refilling your own dispenser or one of their glass bottles. If you prefer hard soap then you can still have a range of flavours Range of eco soap bars handmade in Devon, UK using high-quality natural ingredients with plastic-free packaging.
You save £1 on each soap and reduce waste by choosing the unwrapped option where the cardboard packaging is not included. All Soap Daze soaps have a base of coconut oil, shea butter and olive oil, and have a minimum weight of 112g, which is bigger than most handmade UK soaps.
Choose from a wide range of scents all made with natural ingredients which nourish your skin and body.
The 10 litre box of liquid soap is cardboard with a recyclable inner liner. The soap (fig leaf or I scented ) is £39 which may sound like a lot but it works out at around £2 for 500ml which is about the same as high street brands and delivery is free.
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