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 The Australian Natural Soap Company: we love the environment

How’s your shower or bath looking? If it’s like most Australian bathrooms, you’ve probably got a vast collection of half empty plastic bottles. Why not reduce all this plastic packaging by replacing your liquid soaps and gels with natural soap?

We package all our soaps with as little packaging as possible – using only brown paper that is either recycled or made from renewable timber. We also encourage our customers as much as possible to use minimum packaging – that’s why it’s cheaper for you to buy our soaps by half a kilo or a kilo, which we do not wrap individually.

We also only use reclaimed wood for our soap holders and soap boxes – giving wood that would have otherwise been thrown out a whole new lease on life.

Also, because our soaps are completely natural, they are completely biodegradable. We use no petrochemicals or other nasties such as EDTA or Triclosan, which are terrible for the environment and natural ecosystems.

The Australian Natural Soap Company: we love animals 

All our soaps are vegan. We do not use beeswax or any type of milks in any of our products.

The Australian Natural Soap Company is against animal testing and all our products are cruelty free.

All our soaps are also proudly 100% palm oil free.  The palm oil industry has been terribly devastating for orangutans in Malaysia and Indonesia, accounting for 30% of all forest loss in these two countries between 2005-2010.

What is particularly worrying is that it is very difficult for Australians to avoid consuming palm oil because it can be labelled here under many different names, including vegetable oil. In fact, the average Australian consumes 6 kilograms of palm oil every year - often without even knowing it.

This is an issue that we are very passionate about. Orangutans are extremely intelligent and beautiful creatures that are worth much more than a cheap and not particularly healthy oil. And we think one of the best ways to help bring about change is to offer real alternatives to palm oil products.