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By emmapuver, Apr 29 2015 03:46PM

Avoid sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS)

A 1983, a report from the Journal of The American College of Toxicology blamed sodium lauryl sulfate concentrations as low as 0.5 percent for causing skin irritation. Further studies showed that concentrations of 10-30 percent were found to cause severe skin corrosion.

The "Household Products Directory" of the National Institutes of Health lists over 80 products that contain sodium lauryl sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate with concentrations up to 30 percent. These high concentrations not only affect the skin's outer layers, but are absorbed into the biggest organ in the body, the skin, and stored in tissues.

Sodium laureth is now commonly used in place of sodium lauryl, but it can be even more dangerous. Laureth cannot effectively be removed from the liver. Laureth can be stored stored in tissues and promote toxicity for a person's entire lifetime, draining them of energy.

These chemical soaps are popular mainly because of price, but they aren't worth the negative, long-term draining of energy. Many consumers are finding it more important than ever to spend the extra dollar here and there to assure they have what is natural and pure, for their body and for the environment. Small farmers and manufacturers of all natural products are the future for a population which seeks to survive, healthily, happily.

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By emmapuver, Apr 29 2015 09:50AM

We are hosting a Summer Soap-making day on Saturday 6th June in Nottinghamshire where a group of 15 will get to experience the full Soapology Experience.

Bookings can be made via Eventbrite at :

Learn the ancient art of Soapmaking where science meets art and beautiful but practical creations are made with love and laughter. Join our students who will learn all about the chemistry and the benefits of each ingredient in the morning session before enjoying a delicious lunch and then spending the afternoon mixing and melting, pouring and swirling beatifully scented and coloured soaps. Ahhhh Bliss!

All soaps made are yours to keep.

Venue - TBC but will be sometwhere special in Nottinghamshire.

Learn how to make soap that is suitable for your skin type. Are you sensitive or easily irritated by commercial "soap". Thats because it isn't actually soap at all but harsh detergents that strip your skin clean. Learn the natural cold process method of soapmaking and your skincare regime will be revolutionised!

By emmapuver, Sep 8 2014 04:11PM

Hello everybody

We have been selected by the Top Drawer London organisers to be a part of their Eco-Trail when we exhibit there next week from 14th - 16th September 2014.

Check out this page on their website for more information and a full list of Eco-friendly companies like us -

Oliver Heath identifies products that are 1 or more of the following :

Produced Ethically

Under Fair Trade Schemes

Made of sustainable materials

Biodegradable or reusable

We are proud to have made it onto this list :-)