Valley Soaps


Made from olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil and shea butter. 
No preservatives, No palm oil, No artificial colours or fragrances.

Valley Soaps


Made from olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil and shea butter.
No preservatives, No Palm Oil, No artificial colours or fragrances.


About Valley Soaps

Valley Soaps are hand crafted in the picturesque Huon Valley in southern Tasmania. Each batch is carefully weighed, blended, poured and cut by hand before being cured for a minimum of 4-6 weeks. All soaps contain a minimum 50% olive oil as well as coconut oil, castor oil and beeswax. Other quality oils such as sweet almond and avocado, as well as shea and cocoa butters are used in some recipes for their additional skin care benefits. I also produce a vegan line of soap.

I make soap in small batches, which allows better control of the final bar. Because of this personalised approach, no two bars will look or weigh exactly the same and will have varying textures and colours. The net weight of each bar when packed is 100g or more. 

 My soap is hand made with love to "Be Kind to your Skin" in the most natural way possible. Valley Soaps are free from palm oil, artificial colours, preservatives and fragrances. I only use essential oils, natural botanicals and colourants to scent and colour my soaps, to leave your skin feeling clean, fresh and nurtured.

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Just got my latest order from Valley Soaps. I love getting a variety as I never know what I'm getting. The moment I broke the seal the smell waffed through. Just magical. Thank you. Sharing these ones with some special girlfriends."  -  Patricia

"Hi wanted to say thank you for the promte delivery of my order.
They are really beautiful. Love them. Thank you." - Pip

These are the best. My favourite so far is the lemongrass and calendula. Looking forward to trying them all.

0427 717 212

Huon Valley Tasmania

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