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Udderly Delightful 100% Natural Soap. Lovingly handmade using whole milk from cows on our award-winning, grass fed, family run dairy farm in South Kilkenny, where our motto is: Happy Cows = Happy Milk!
All our soaps are free from Palm oil, parabens, chemicals, synthetic colours and all our added scents are 100% Essential Oils. We only test on family members, not animals – even though we do have animal family members but you’ve obviously never tried to give a cat a bath….not advised…
All of our soaps are hand-made on our farm, using the traditional cold process method. This requires all of our soap bars to be cured for at least 4 weeks but generally 5-6 weeks. As our products are genuinely handmade in small batches, each soap is unique in its size, colour, pattern & appearance, so they will vary slightly from the images shown. Our bars weigh a minimum of 95g but can range between 95 and 115g. We have formulated our recipe so that our bars are long lasting, which you can help by not letting them sit in water and preferably on a soap dish or soap saver so the bars can dry out between uses.
If you are sending a gift let us know in the note section and add any message you would like to send free of charge. This way we won't include the invoice.
Our packaging consists of cow print, fully natural biodegradable and compostable food wrap from Paceprint.ie. All of our labels, thank you cards and business cards are printed by The FACTORY who offer Ireland’s most environmentally friendly printing service. The paper is either recycled or from sustainably managed forests. They generate their own solar energy which powers the printing and finishing machines. Their inks/toners are also plant-based. Our boxes are cardboard and our 'stuffing' is shredded paper. For orders of less than three bars of soap, we use Mail Lite bubble lined envelopes which are designed for recycling
All our soaps have been safety tested and fully comply with the requirements of the EU Cosmetics Directive and subsequent European regulation (EC) 1223/2009
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