FAQs


What makes Bath Bliss handmade soaps better than commercial soaps/shower gels?

Our handmade soaps are a combination of fats/oils with an alkali solution with the end result being soap. A byproduct of this process is moisture rich glycerin. In commercial soaps the glycerin is removed to be sold at a much higher price for other skincare products such as lotions. Our soaps retain all the natural glycerin created from the soapmaking process and as a result are extremely gentle and moisturising to skin. We also do not use animal derived fats in our soaps. As such, all our soaps (except for the ones with goats' milk and/or honey) are 100% vegan.
The percentages of oils used are also very important in creating a mild and gentle bar. Our blend of oils creates a soap that is gentle, rich and soothing with a creamy lather leaving your skin clean, soft and supple. You will begin to see a noticeable difference in your skin after about two weeks of using our soap with it being noticeably smooth and softer to the touch.
Handmade soaps need to dry/mature or "cure" for a period of time before they can be used. Our soaps are dried for four to five weeks before they are packed and delivered to you.

How do I place an order?

You can place an order via Shopbox by clicking on add to cart and following the subsequent instructions. You will need to create a Shopbox account for this. OR contact us on 0778752774 with your order. You can also get in touch with us via our Facebook page: Bath Bliss.

What if I'd like to order a soap that is still curing?

We now deliver soaps that are still curing on customer request. Sometimes a customer wishes to order a soap that is still curing, and when they get back to us once its matured it has already been sold out! If you order a bar that is still curing simply remove the wrapping and store it in a cool, dry place (such as a linen cupboard). You can start using the soap from the Ready to Use date listed on the label.

What if I accidentally use a soap that is still curing?

Not to worry - it won't harm you. If you use the soap before the Ready to Use date it may melt quickly. For best results, please wait until the Ready to Use date listed on the label.