“Vitality and beauty are gifts of nature for those who live according to its laws.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
All our soaps and moisturisers are made from the best quality natural plant oils and extracts, combined with care to produce the most nourishing and aromatic fusions known to humankind.
This super mild soap is suitable for babies and on your face. It has no colour or fragrance and has shea butter for maximum moisturising qualities.
Coconut Oil: Very good moisturiser and it gives the soap a rich foam;
Shea Butter: An effective moisturiser that stimulates cell growth;
Sweet Almond Oil: High in omega 9 and vitamins A & B. Nice richness and somewhat silky feel to the soap’s lather produced by sweet almond oil. This ingredient is also very mild and conditioning, making it great for sensitive skin;
Borage Oil: High in gama linolenic acid, helps to lock in moisture and smooth the skin;
Peach Kernel Oil: High in protein, vitamins A and E and omega 6. Good for all skin types;
Vitamin E: Vitamin E oil is can be used to treat scars, acne, and wrinkles because it speeds up cell regeneration. This creates an anti-aging effect, which makes the skin look younger.
This is a very romantic soap! The poppy seeds look very nice and they also give a very gentle exfoliant feeling to the soap.
Poppy Seeds, Purple Oxide, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Shea Butter , Olive Oil. Essential Oils: Rose Geranium, Patchouli and Lavender.
This is warm, woody scented soap which will spice up your winter.
Rooibos is a herb that is unique to South Africa and sold worldwide as a tea. For the soap, it offers anti-oxidant qualities. Honey is often used to help acne sufferers while beeswax gives your soap a harder waxy texture and makes it last longer.
Oils: Olive and Coconut oil
Essential oils: Sweet orange, Rosemary, few drops of cinnamon and clove.
Bees wax: Bees wax has emollient, soothing and softening properties and helps the skin retain moisture do it is often used in cosmetic and skincare products as a thickening agent, emulsifier, and humectant.
Rooibos, orange and cinnamon tea
This is a natural soap containing apricot kernel oil is rich in fatty acids and vitamin E (a natural antioxidant), and is easily absorbed by the skin. This is one of the key oils to use in soaps, creams and lotions for those with sensitive skin as it is deeply nourishing.
Oils: Apricot Kernel Oil, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Almond Oil;
Essential Oils: Geranium, Rose Geranium, Sandalwood and Palmarosa.
Very gentle and cooling soap, it will soothe the most sensitive of skins. Perfect for the summer.
Oils: Coconut, Olive and hemp;
Essential Oils: Rosemary, Lavendin and Lemon Grass;
Extras: Aloe vera gel and spirulina.
Argile clay is a powder that draws toxins out of the skin, giving the soap a silky texture.
Coconut oil, Shea butter, organic rapeseed oil, olive oil, pink clay.
Essential oils: rose geranium, geranium, patchouli and lavender.
Dead Sea Mud stimulates the blood circulation, hydrates the skin, and it is reputed to have anti ageing qualities.
Coconut oil, olive oil, Shea butter, sunflower oil, dead sea mud, vitamin e.
Essential oils: tea tree, eucalyptus and camphor.
Super nourishing soap bar, with a delicious lather. Sesame oil is high in Vitamin B and E, it is used in creams and soaps for its moisturising and emollient properties. Coupled with shea butter and coconut oil, it provides a highly moisturising soap with a good, rich leather.
Oils: Sesame seed oil, coconut oil, shea butter;
Essential oils: Sweet orange, tea tree, lavender and rosemary.
A natural soap made with coconut oil, shea butter and olive oil. The essential oils I used are rosemary, tea tree oil and lavender. And, to create a bit more texture, I have added dried rosemary.
Coconut Oil: A great moisturiser;
Olive Oil: With its well-documented antioxidant qualities and it has an ability to moisturise and renew skin. Some dermatologists recommend olive oil soap for people that have very dry skin. It is known for its moisturising qualities;
Shea Butter: An effective moisturiser that stimulates cell growth, good for stretch marks and scar tissue;
Vitamin E: Vitamin E oil is can be used to treat scars, acne, and wrinkles because it speeds up cell regeneration. This creates an anti-ageing effect, which makes the skin look younger;
Tea Tree oil: It is an antiseptic which combats all types of infection – bacterial, fungal and viral. It also supports the immune system in its fight against infection;
Rosemary: This is an excellent oil with a multitude of uses, but I will reinforce the restorative and stimulating properties;
Lavender: Calming, soothing and emotionally balancing. It is antiseptic and antibacterial.
£15 for 180g
A rich deeply nourishing body butter, ideal for dry skin. The essential fatty acid combination of grapeseed and almond oils act to enrich and nourish the skin by strengthening and improving it suppleness. Geranium and orange essential oils also help to tone the skin, and impart a bright sunny scent.
This body butter is perfect for when you are going on holidays as you can use it on your hair, face, all over your body!
It is also great for pregnant women who wants to avoid stretch marks.
A very nourishing butter made with beeswax, sweet almond oil, calendula oil, grapeseed oil, apricot kernel oil and organic essential oils, Geranium & Sweet Orange.
*You can also choose your favourite essential oils!
£13 for 140g
Amazing for soothing eczema.
This is a soothing, unscented cream to nurture delicate skin. Starflower (borage) and evening primrose seed oils are nature’s best source of gamma-linolenic acid (Omega-6) are renowned for helping to sooth dry, itchy or inflamed skin. Almond and cocoa butter gently moisturise and chamomile soothes.
Ingredients: Beeswax, cocoa butter, almond oil, borage seed oil, evening primrose oil, emulsifying wax and chamomile infusion.
£13 for 250g
Simple and delicious! This moisturiser provides you with all the antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory benefits of essential oils. These oils are gaining mass popularity as they have natural medicinal properties, with no side effects.
Ingredients: Sweet almond oil, rain water, emulsifying wax and the essential oil of your choice.
*Essential oils are very powerful and healing, they have different characteristics, they affect your emotional state through the limbic system. They can be relaxing, balancing or uplifting.
More on the limbic system here: http://www.aromatherapylifestyle.com/2010/08/power-of-the-limbic-system/
£15 for 180g
Extremely nourishing, perfect for pregnant women who wants to avoid stretch marks.
A very nourishing butter made with coconut oil, sweet almond oil, bee’s wax, vitamin E; and organic essential oils, Lavender, Rosemary and Geranium.
*You can choose your favourite essential oils!
£12 for 50g
You will love it!
Rose hip oil: Anti-ageing, photo ageing protection, scar treatment, it makes your skin glow. Calendula oil: It has antiseptic, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which make it a great option for treating skin infections. Helps reduce inflammation in skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis. It is mild and soothing, perfect for skin that is irritated.
Cacao butter: It contains high amounts of Antioxidants, which help fight off free radicals. (Free radicals are causes of skin stressors and signs of ageing). It reduces stretch marks. Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids and hydrates the skin deeply; it is also excellent for healing sensitive skin, and irritations such as eczema and dermatitis.
Vitamin E: Vitamin E oil is can be used to treat scars, acne, and wrinkles because it speeds up cell regeneration. This creates an anti-ageing effect, which makes the skin look younger.
Frankincense essential oil: Has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits to the skin, making it ideal for acne-prone skin. It is also a natural toner, decreasing the appearance of pores and evening skin tone. It is cytophylactic, which means that it helps protect existing cells and encourage new cell growth. For this reason, it helps reduce wrinkles, tighten skin, and reduce the appearance of scars. It also helps soothe chapped, dry skin.
Geranium essential oil: Helps regulate oil production and reduces acne breakouts. It also helps improve skin elasticity and tighten skin, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It also promotes blood circulation to the areas where it is applied, helping to heal bruises, broken capillaries, burns, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, ringworm, and other skin conditions. This baby does it all!
Lavender essential oil: Helps you relax and your body adapt to stress, and has great benefits for the skin. It helps regenerate skin cells so is great for mature skin, sun spots, and scarring, great oil for all skin types and needs.
Palmarosa Essential Oil: When included in creams and lotions, it has a moisturising and hydrating effect on the skin, which is great to fight wrinkles. It also balances the natural secretion of sebum, which keeps the skin supple and elastic.
We love nature and appreciate everything that Mother Earth gives to us. Our intention is to contribute toward the health of the planet and the happiness of the people around us. Yoga for us is one of the best ways to connect with other people and make this happen. We also try our best to live conscious lives, living by example, with the awareness that every decision – from what we eat, to what we say and do – has an impact on our world.
As a consequence of this, Polly began making natural soap and also sells Neal’s Yard Remedies products. Through these, she attempts to demonstrate that every penny we spend is a vote cast toward or away from a natural, sustainable way of life.
*Caution: The skin nurturing products that Polly makes are so lush, so delicious, so spine-tinglingly awakening that they have been declared by many experts to be “seriously addictive“. You have been warned!*
You can also tailor your own product by requesting your favourite scents or oils!