|Gifted| If you have followed me for a while, you’ll have noticed that I am a huge fan of Soap Folk, a British indie brand who pride themselves on formulating nourishing products that are not only great on the skin but also on the environment. Their ethics and Earth-conscious approach to beauty is exceptional, with a completely plastic-free range that is recognisably Soap Folk, setting them apart from many others on the green beauty market.

Their dedication to the environment and customer satisfaction is realised in their latest addition to the Soap Folk range, an ‘All Kinds’ Soap subscription that is helping the brand reach their zero-waste goals with a hassle-free delivery option that is not only cost effective but also a great way to explore the range. ‘All Kinds’ has been incredibly popular since it’s launch last year however their new ‘Subscribe and Save’ service offers flexible plans so you’ll never be without your favourite soap.

The ‘All Kinds’ Offcut Selection are a mix of various shapes, sizes and scents that are the equivalent to 3 x full sized bars – enough to last around a month. I was incredibly surprised to see just how generously sized the off cuts were, expecting slithers of soap and instead receiving sizable bars that were just slightly wonky in their appearance. As with all Soap Folk products, the package is beautiful, with the soap wrapped in branded paper, all tied up with twine, making a lovely treat for yourself or a gift for someone special.

The Subscribe and Save option is where the ‘All Kinds’ Offcut Selection really comes into its own, with three plans ranging from a monthly delivery , bi-monthly parcel or once every 3 months – saving you 15% on each delivery. The April subscription delivery arrived beautifully packaged and featured an illustrated information card, highlighting which bars featured in April’s box, as well as a little extra treat in the form of a soap pouch. April’s box contained Rose Geranium, Peppermint, Juniper Berry, Lavender and Oatmilk and Calendula, all firm favourites that you can read about in my previous reviews here. All the soaps in the Soap Folk range are free-from Palm Oil, cruelty-free and handmade using traditional cold pressed methods.

It is safe to say that after trying out Soap Folk’s ‘All Kinds’ Offcut Selection, I will certainly be purchasing my Soap Folk bars like this in the future. The subscription service has been a great addition to my soap stash, allowing me to use multiple scents without getting bored of the same bar for too long. The way in which the package is so beautifully wrapped and ensures that I never run out of my favourite soaps is a hassle free way to keep your hand and body cleansing routine environmentally friendly and cost effective, while deeply nourishing the skin and treating the senses.

If you love Soap Folk, or are simply looking for more eco-swaps in your routine, then Soap Folk’s new subscribe and save service my just be the purchase option for you.

‘All Kinds’ Offcut Selection £12.00 (or £10.20/delivery when you subscribe & save)

Have you tried Soap Folk yet? Let me know your favourite in the comments below.

Take Care,

Emma @ Beauty Folio x

*Disclaimer: This product was kindly gifted to me by Soap Folk. This has not influenced my thoughts and opinions in this review as everything on Beauty Folio remains #triedandtested with honest feedback on each product that has not been influenced by the brand in any way. I will never give a positive review on a product I don’t believe in just because it has been #gifted, and each product i’ve received free of charge will be labelled as such. For more details on gifted products, please check out the disclaimer section on my website which can be found here. 

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