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Werfzeep Cleaning Soap
This organic and handmade soap is suitable for all kinds of household chores, such as cleaning and washing up, and can be used as a basis for washing-up liquid. To do the dishes you can cut off a piece of soap. Another handy option is to just scour the scouring pad or washing-up brush over the block and scrub it.
Compared with other soaps from wharf soap, this cleaning soap is made with a more traditional oil-base ratio; it is still mild enough to leave your hands soft after washing up, but it is more adapted to clean glasses than to care and hydrate your skin.
Does not contain:
Sodium lauryl / laureth sulphate, parabens, alcohol (ethyl alcohol / ethanol), methyl isothiazolinone, methylchloroisothiazolinone, lanolin, propylene glycol, silicone, synthetic perfume, PABA sunscreen, petrochemicals, colorants, DEA, TEA, PEGs and all other optional synthetic additives.
- Based on 100% natural ingredients
- Plastic-free, Zero waste
- Free from mineral oils, palm oil, silicones, parabens, SLS, SLES
- No animal testing
- 100 g
sodium cocoate*, sodium sunflowerate*, aqua, aroma♢, citralo, geraniolo, limoneneo.
* of certified organic origin. Palm oil free.
Werfzeep was created in 2009 from Evelien's preference for old crafts and natural products. During a trip through Canada that she and Laurens made, she ended up on an idyllic family farm where soap was made, with a ladle and a huge pan. The wooden house smelled like a fairytale and immediately the first day Evelien helped make soap. To her surprise, this handmade soap that lay in the shower and by the sink was gentle and caring for her skin. From childhood infested with eczema, soap had been out of the question for years, but this soap turned out to be a very different story from everything she had been acquainted with until then and which mainly gave her a tight skin.
Soap made from oils is a completely different product from factory soap made from refined fatty acids, with additives such as foam improvers, synthetic perfumes and preservatives, from which the glycerine is also skimmed. This discovery was enough for Evelien to completely fall under the spell of soap, artisanal soap, all possible ingredients and the effect on the skin. She started to develop her soaps in a historic wharf cellar on the Oudegracht in Utrecht. Now, eight years later, she works with a growing team in the beautiful soap studio on the Westerkade.