COMING SOON

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our mission
is simple

To create sustainable soap
in Somerset, England with minimal
impact on the environment.

We are very excited to be introducing our new sister company.

As a company we are looking at becoming more sustainable and manufacturing as close to home as often as possible. While we make changes within The Somerset Toiletry Company, the Ministry of Soap as a start up is able to meet our goals and commitments to sustainability from its inception. We are committed to making the highest quality soap along with ensuring we do no harm to the planet and only contribute to our planet in a positive way.

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150g soap bar

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The Ministry of Soap’s mission is to create beautiful soap with a minimal impact on the environment. In terms of packaging, we will be focusing on eco-friendly materials which can be easily recycled and often compostable.

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Ministry of Soap offers vegetable-based soap bars, using only responsibly sourced palm oil, which can be fully traceable to locations where palm oil production does not threaten wildlife or their habitat.

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Ministry of Soap is presented in environmentally-friendly, recyclable packaging.

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Hand-wrapped and hand-finished packaging, which is recyclable, compostable and contains recycled content where possible.  

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The Ministry of Soap’s mission is to create beautiful soap with a minimal impact on the environment. In terms of packaging, we will be focusing on eco-friendly materials which are easily recycled.

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What is
palm oil?

The world’s most used oil, palm, is found in many food, household and cosmetic items. Vegetable oil derived from the fruit of the oil palm tree is produced either by squeezing the fleshy fruit or crushing kernels. Indonesia & Malaysia are where you’ll find the majority (85%) of palm oil plantations.

 

Why is it so
controversial?

A highly debated subject with much media attention in recent years, palm oil production has been linked to deforestation – destroying biodiverse habitats of endangered species, exploiting native communities, and ultimately climate change.

Why not
boycott Palm oil?

Simply boycotting palm is not the answer, as switching to alternatives would mean much more significant impact on the environment (requiring up to 10 x more land for crops such as soy). In addition, this would also harm the emerging economies and smallholder farmers, who depend on palm oil for their livelihood.