Organic natural soaps
for all skin types
Think about what you put on your body
No waste, no harmful ingredients,
we hear you.
freshface natural soap’s vegan, organic soaps are unique and gorgeous, just like you. If your heart skips a beat at the sight of minimalist, sophisticated, hand-crafted designer soaps, take a look at our range and fall in love with it.
We're happy and proud to tell you that our lotion bars are featured in
in their August print and digital edition.
Why is soap so effective against viruses?
The structure of viruses is simple enough. The Coronavirus consists of proteins, its DNA and fats, so-called lipids; lipids act as a coat to the virus. Because natural soaps in particular contain fats that are very similar to the lipids in the viral membrane, they are particularly effective in dissolving the fatty bonds that hold the virus and its DNA together; the virus is neutralised as its protective fat layer is attacked and dissolved, a process which takes a good 20 seconds. To be on the safe side, wash your hands for 30 seconds and do include your wrists and the back of your hands, viruses and bacteria can be all over. Cold or warm water? They are equally effective.
Why buy from us?
We are a no-waste company.
We promote the power and simplicity of nature.
Our ingredients are sourced locally, wherever possible.
We support other local businesses.
All our products are free from palm oil or other ingredients that are harmful to our skin or environment.
Our products reflect who we are and what we believe in.
All the freshface natural soap products strictly contain what it says on the packaging.
We design and produce our soaps ourselves and wrap them by hand in our workshop near Zurich.
we create them, we try them, we change them until we love them
Less is more: NATural, organic, and vegan ingredients
We only use natural and organic luxury vegetable fats and oils, and colour our soaps with organic plants, roots and clays, which makes our colours beautifully natural.
Some plants change colour while being soaped, some will not. Working out which ones do and which ones do not, is quite exciting.
Simple, unique and effective:
Making natural cold processed soap
Making natural soap is a quite a bit of work:
The fats and oils need to be processed, poured into the mould, and left to harden. After a few days, we unmould them or cut them into shape and trim them. The soaps are then stamped with our logo and left to cure for about four to eight weeks, before we wrap them in the lovely Japanese origami paper. Our soaps on a rope are placed into simple Kraft paper tubes.
magnetic Soap HOLDERS
made from reclaimed Swiss timber
Natural soaps are high in natural glycerin and unsaponified vegetable oils that will break down quickly if sat in a soggy soap dish. Let your soap dry properly in between uses.
Make the most of your natural soap with these sleek and simple magnetic soap holders made from reclaimed timber.