I absolutely love your product. I purchased it from Costco and now I am hooked.
Jessica - USA
Helped my skin
I’m very grateful that your soap is available for purchase online. I purchased the Goats Milk Soap at Costco in NM, USA. It helped my skin heal from a rash.
Joline - USA
I just wanted to send a note to say thank you for your wonderful product. I truly love your product and wanted to send you a positive message about it. Have a great day!
Grant - USA
Lemongrass and lemon myrtle make every morning feel as though I am starting the day in some exotic spa.
Sharon - Melbourne
I have a deep affection for the dreamy perfume of the Frangipanni and can’t wait to try the other scents.
Sandra - Sydney
For my treasured friends
I am totally in love with these soaps. They smell amazing and I am proud to not only have them in my home, but to give them as gifts to my treasured friends.
Melissa - Melbourne
Support Australian made
Thank You. My family Have just discovered your wonderful soap and so Thankful its Natural and Australian made and owned with no cruelty to animals involved. All Australians should support our Owned, made and grown in Australia and will be spreading the word of your wonderful soap.
Jan - Queensland
Hi - I don't normally comment on soaps, but I bought a bar of your soap in late March, when the soap shelves were almost empty, with people panic buying, and I had no soap at home. Since then I have been washing my hands several times a day with that bar, and it is still only half used. With any other soap I have ever used, I would have used 5 or 6 bars by now.
Stephen - NSW
I first came across your gorgeous soaps in Strathalbyn SA some 10+ years ago. I'm so thrilled I can now buy it online. I have different fragrances packed amongst our clothes & linen not just in our home but also in our lovely big motorhome. Thank you for such a beautiful, fragrant product.
“About 12 years ago, I thought there was a place in the market for a chunky piece of soap like I used to be able to buy when I was young, in the 1940s and 1950s... and that was the beginning of it. From then on we’ve grown to where we are today.”