A beautifully scented glycerine soap, hand-poured, cut and stamped in Hertfordshire on a programme supporting young people with disabilities.
Vegan-friendly and full of only natural ingredients, this is a soap that is gentle on your skin but long-lasting and won't mush up in your soap dish.
Braeden ~ the olde English word for forest, a blend of rosewood, pine, bergamot and cedar essential oils creating a soothing, earthy fragrance.
Each batch of 10 soaps creates 6 hours of meaningful training and work for young people with disabilities.
- natural glycerin soap
- 100% essential oil fragrance (no parabens or phthalates)
- handmade in Hertfordshire
- plastic-free packaging (made using FSC-certified paper and vegetable ink)
The word Aerende means ‘care’ in Olde English ~ a non-profit organisation founded by Emily in 2016 with an aim to create a model for considerate, socially valuable shopping that doesn't compromise on quality or style.
Aerende's life-improving homewares bring beauty and utility to its customers, as well as a sense of purpose, pride and revenue to its makers, via the charities and social enterprises that support them.
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