Since 2008, Friendly Soap has been making high-quality, vegan soaps using the ancient cold-process method. Their soaps are 100% biodegradable, free of animal products and by-products, and have never been tested on animals.
With a wide range of scents and cleansing properties to choose from, there`s a Friendly Soap for everyone. Their long-lasting conditioning bars are perfect for everyday use, gentle enough for sensitive skin, and leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Yes! Friendly Soap does not contain any animal products or by-products, and has never been tested on animals. Friendly Soaps are registered with Cruelty free International and The Vegan Society too, and their ancient cold-process method means each soap below is totally biodegradable and free from by-products, so thereâ€™s literally no waste.
No! Friendly Soaps are free from palm oil. The silky-smooth lather produced by Friendly Soaps is all down to careful ingredient choice and the cold-process method of making them.
Friendly Soap is a million miles from conventional detergents, as they donâ€™t use any harmful preservatives or foaming agents as thereâ€™s really no need for SLS or Parabens. And in terms of energy use, Friendly Soaps pour, cut, stamp and pack their soaps by hand in the UK, so weâ€™re talking lots of calories but a small carbon footprint. Their packaging is pretty special too, because itâ€™s made from materials that are 100% recycled as well as recyclable. Plastic doesnâ€™t get a look in!
Along with the quality and performance of its wide range of products, Friendly Soapâ€™s solid ethical credentials are one of the big attractions for its many UK and international customers. Products are all vegan, cruelty-free and packaged using recycled and recyclable materials, while every team member is paid more than the living wage, with a company-wide â€˜profit shareâ€™ scheme in place. Every aspect of Friendlyâ€™s manufacturing process is squeaky clean too, from the meticulous sourcing of ingredients right through to low-energy production methods.