Australian Botanical Soaps by the Soapman

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We started the Soapman in early 2000s and have been providing customers with natural soap with Australian Botanical Essential Oils sourced from Australian Farms.

We have a new batch of soap which includes oils fresh from the farm gate.

All soaps can be used as a shampoo bar and are recommended by customers who have sensitive skin, psoriasis, excema and dermatitis.

Our soaps lather well, remain hard so the whole bar can be used, and does not leave a sticky film in the bathroom.

You can select from the range of boutique soaps;

Rosalina or Lavender Tea Tree - the natural habitat for Ericafolia is along the coasts of NSW. Our oil is made by farmers with plantations in the northern rivers. This is an exceptional tea tree oil that has a distinctive gentle aroma and is anti bacterial and anti fungal without killing of everything that is good on the skin.

Broadleaf Peppermint - Eucalyptus Dives comes from the original area for Eucalyptus farms established in the early 1900s. Plantation farming was almost stopped in Australia. We are lucky to have this oil produced by a long time farmer who uses a unique method of steam distillation. This is a great oil for cleansing and leaving your skin feel fresh.

Recommended for use by boaters, gardeners and mechanics.

Tea Tree or Melaleuca Alternafolia is a popular Australian Tea Tree essential oil which is a favourite for the pleasant aroma and cleansing properties.

Lemon Myrtle or Basckhousia Citrodoria essential oil is harvested on the original Lemon Myrtle Fragrances farm and has a unique aroma. Great for the whole family the spicy lemon is enduring and safe for sensitive skin. Of course lemon myrtle has strong anti bacterial and anti fungal qualities which assist in cleaning up minor irritations and skin problems.

Lemon Myrtle and Goats Milk Soap is preferred by many customers for an extra moisturising and a gentle wash.

Australiana Soap is a mixture of oils that results in a lasting aroma 

 

 

 

 

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