This afternoon.

In time for Christmas.

A new soap launch.

Rob Kenny writes:

After two years of research, planning and development, Co. Meath based the Handmade Soap Company are delighted to today announce the launch of their pioneering new indulgent product range: Anam.

Derived from the Irish word for ‘soul’, the new Anam range transcends any existing environmental technologies.

The hero products are a lifelong, ornate hand lotion and hand wash glass bottle. Once your soap and lotion are running low, you simply re-order & refill the contents to your glass bottle, which arrive in a 100% compostable pouch, to be placed in your food bin.

The glass bottles can be filled with the contents of your compostable pouch time and time again

The Handmade Soap Company

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie with bio and pics marked ‘Irish-Made Stocking Fillers’
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3 thoughts on “By Hand

  1. Charger Salmons

    Aye.
    A bar of carbolic in my local supermarket costs about 80c.The paper wrapper is bio-degradable too.
    It’s like we have unlimited water delivered to a tap in our homes yet people now drive to a supermarket to buy it in a plastic bottle that they then throw away which eventually breaks down into minute particles which enter the water system making more people go to a supermarket to buy water in plastic bottles.
    My dear old late mum used to laugh herself silly when I told her how much people paid for a bottle of water with a fancy label on in a supermarket.

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