The Soap Co. is an ethical luxury brand that makes products that are good and do good.

Based in East London, and with a traditional workshop in the Lake District, The Soap Co. creates soap products with sophisticated fragrances, minimalist design and a strong social and environmental ethos.

We are a social enterprise providing training and work opportunities for people who are visually impaired, have disabilities or are otherwise disadvantaged. All our profits go back into our business so that we can provide these opportunities and more like them.

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After Years out of the Spotlight, They're Back
After Years out of the Spotlight, They're Back

May 26, 2017

No, we’re not talking ripped jeans, shoulder pads or glitter…the bar soap is back. Beauty lovers around the world from London to New York, Tokyo to Sydney are swapping their shower gel for bar soap. There is a new breed of bars that pack as much luxury (if not more) than their liquid counterparts. Like Sarah Walker from Instyle says, “Unleash the soap from its delicate wrapping and take it for a test drive—this beauty standard is better than ever.”

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Creating the Exfoliating Soap Pebble
Creating the Exfoliating Soap Pebble

May 03, 2017

We spoke to Jason from our Keswick workshop who is the brains behind our new Soap Pebble. Jason explains what inspired Soap Co’s new product and how they are produced.

Here in the Lake District, we are surrounded by stunning countryside and it is impossible not to be inspired by the landscape. Running through the heart of Keswick and joining River Derwent is the River Greta. 

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COMPETITION TIME: Get Your Hands on Your Very Own Soap Pebble
COMPETITION TIME: Get Your Hands on Your Very Own Soap Pebble

May 02, 2017

Do you have a lot of nasties and plastics hiding in your bathroom or beauty bag?

To celebrate the launch of The Soap Co.’s new Exfoliating Soap Pebble, we’re helping you to swap your plastic loofah with a handcrafted Soap Pebble made in the Lake District, wrapped in wool from local Herdwick sheep.

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