To make this Christmas a whole lot more meaningful we encourage you to #GiveGoodGifts and make a positive statement about what really matters to you. To help you on this journey we’re kicking off countdown to the big day with the return of our popular Christmas blog.
[Update: positions closed]
Two great roles with a long established, dynamic and growing social enterprise – one to develop and lead the finance function and one to help market and sell our unique and interesting range of products. At the same time as being able to build a rewarding and fulfilling career for yourself.
The Soap Co. is delighted to have just become holders of The Planet Mark™. To mark the occasion, we sat down with Steve Malkin and Louise Bateman at The Planet Mark™ to discuss all things green and why working together has never been so important.
We caught up with Simeon to talk about his experience working on this project and to express our gratitude for the amazing job he and his team have done creating this wonderful piece that has moved so many of our supporters, clients and customers.
We have been made aware of a BBC investigation into a company called SOAP & CO. Our company THE SOAP CO. has absolutely no connection to SOAP & CO. We are a completely separate company. This is us: https://thesoapco.org.
To celebrate our soap bars being sold in Anthropologie, we’re offering you the chance to win our best-selling bar soap, Black Poppy & Wild Fig.
With naturally exfoliating black poppy seeds you’re going to have a smile on your face as you throw away your plastic loofah for good.
We spoke to Jason from our Keswick workshop who is the brains behind our new Soap Pebble. Jason explains what inspired The 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.
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.
At The Soap Co. we meet journalists, retailers and beauty thought leaders to talk about The Soap Co.
An interesting trend has started to emerge. The humble soap bar is having a resurgence. A seemingly simple item, The Soap Co. soap bars are far from it.
Camilla, Head of Commercial at The Soap Co. shares why The Soap Co. soap bar is her favourite Soap Co. product.
[Update: positions closed]
The Soap Co. & CLARITY are recruiting a Marketing Manager and Business Development Manager. The Soap Co. has had a huge first year, with national press coverage, now stocked in over 15 independent retailers, in the offices of PwC and Accenture and in restaurants and pubs across the UK.
As the year draws to a close, we reflect on 2016 and the transformation of The Soap Co. from a start-up to a business that is scaling up rapidly. With customers including large companies like Accenture and PwC, independent retailers across the country and every individual ethical customer using their purchasing power to change the world.
This Christmas we have been so pleased to see traditional press and digital influencers embracing the spirit of our campaign Give Good Gifts.
From vloggers and bloggers to the Financial Times, we have been spoilt for gift lists featuring beautiful products that are good and do good.
If you were hoping to give a Soap Co. Gift Set or Bar Soap to someone special, don't worry, you haven't missed your chance.
You can still buy our products at the following independent retailers around the country.
In the Guardian this weekend, The Measure featured The Soap Co. in the number two spot of their guide to fashion trends.
"Soap Co Super-chic packaging for gift sets made by a workforce of disabled people, and less than £40. Tick, tick and tick."
You can enjoy it here.
Sasha is a journalist, broadcaster and editor and founder of the blog, Liberty London Girl.
We loved welcoming her at The Soap Co. in December and introducing her to our team in East London.
As our final, Give Good Gifts interview, here is Sasha sharing her favourite things about Christmas.