[REVIEW] Quiet Blue Pebble & Clay Soap

The Quiet Blue Pebble & Clay Soap is 100% natural and contains Dead Sea Mud, French Green Clay, Calendula, Spearmint and Eucalyptus essential oils. All of the ingredients are healing and renowned for detoxifying and purifying the skin, so you can use it to wash your hands and your face. The spearmint also has anti-bacterial properties. I would personally just use it for my hands as when I used it on my face I always got it in my eyes and it stung a bit, but I am clumsy!

After using it for a week or so it did split into the three layers, but the layers themselves held their shape which is good. The soap lathered really well and left my hands nice and soft. It stuck to the sink, but when using a soap tray it was absolutely fine and didn’t leave any mush.

Retail price: £5 for one bar.

Recyclability: 5/5
The soap came in a wrap which is biodegradable and a cardboard slip which is recyclable. Yay!

Overall:
This soap is vegan and cruelty free. Quiet blue co is a lovely family run business and they create their own products but also sell ones they’ve selected from local artisans. I would buy this soap myself and would also like to try their other ones:
– Charcoal and Lemongrass
– Peppermint, Lavender & Lime, Indigo and Rhassoul Clay
– Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, French Pink Clay and Sweet Orange & Rose Geranium Essential Oils
– Brown Sugar, Cinnamon, Maple, Walnut and Caramel

Which soap would you try?