spa in a bar.
With the power of Indian Rose Essential Oil, give yourself a well-deserved break with this body bar. Enjoy the soothing effect of Oats and a complete rejuvenation experience with Honey.
honey, we’re telling you, it’s amaze!!
what no ‘body’
can say no to
rejuvenates and hydrates the skin, making it soft and supple.
crushed whole oats
not only do they have a soothing effect, they are anti-inflammatory and help moisturize the skin.
helps balance hormones and relieves stress.
Olive oil, Sesame oil, Castor oil, Coconut oil.
how to get
the most out of
your body bar?
rub it in your palms to generate rich creamy lather and then use it on your body.
rub it gently against your body to generate a creamy lather.
* for best results, keep the bar in a dry place.
what's in it for you
For your mind, body and soul.
the kind that makes you say “damn, who dat?”
truly healthy. truly sustainable.
with high-quality, responsibly-sourced ingredients, plastic-free products, 100% recycled paper packaging & zero plastic shipping, we’re committed to making your switch truly healthy and truly sustainable.
in the switch-verse
frequently asked questions
A meticulously created solid soap that’s naturally nourishing and moisturizing leaving your skin healthy along with that supple glow.
Yes, we don’t see any reason why not. In Fact, we use it on our face all the time. It’s the mild nature of our soap that makes it as good a face bar as it is a body bar. However, our Good Ol’ Charcoal has scrubbing granules so we recommend not to use it on your face on the regular.
Contrary to popular belief, a body bar is waaaay healthier than a liquid soap. Liquid soaps are diluted with large amount of water which makes it the perfect breeding ground for bacteria.
we’ve used Sodium hydroxide which is commonly known as Lye. Since the bars are made using ‘cold process’, they are left to cure for over 2-3 weeks. at the end of it, we get bars that are always mild and healthy, with no bad chemicals.
Cold process enables us to have maximum control over ingredients to not only retain their natural goodness but also the byproduct of soap making; glycerin which is a moisturizing agent for your skin. Meticulously crafted, given weeks to take form, we promise you mild, gentle and most importantly, a healthy experience.
detergents are such unimaginative way to create lather. different oils when saponified give different densities of lather. we have mixed oils in a proportion that the lather is always rich and creamy.
One body bar, when stored properly, would last you more than a month.
Our body bars have natural glycerin which is highly moisturizing. Unfortunately, winter tends to make our skin dry and so we recommend our ‘Honey I’m Oats’ bar during winters. If you’re still facing dryness, we recommend massaging a little bit of coconut oil at night before sleeping. Not only will it keep your skin a little bit more moisturized, but also help your body relax.
Our body bars are highly moisturizing and some of us have stopped using lotions completely. However, if your skin is prone to dryness, we recommend using a little bit of warm coconut oil massage before sleeping.
First thing first, they are made of all-natural ingredients. Which means no harsh chemicals that leave your skin feeling dry. For someone with dry skin or during the winter season, we recommend using ‘Honey, I’m Oats!’ as the base oils give you a soft, moisturised feeling.
It’s truly unfortunate how Palm Oil is sourced. that’s why we don’t use Palm Oil in our body bars.
we are very aware of the consequences of unnecessary packaging. which is why, we have made our packaging from 100% recycled material. In addition, our packaging is shipping-ready. This means there are no additional cardboard wrapping used for shipping, they go as is. Hence, no additional waste.
for you and me.
its fun when we do it together. with Project Switch Foundation, these body bars are not only healthy for you but also for people living near landfills.
25% of our profits go towards providing better health opportunities for the urban fenceline communities.