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Biodegradable Soap Packaging

We've upgraded all of our soap packaging and are now proudly rocking: Biodegradable cellophane bags Biodegradable bio-polyolefin shrink wrap (SCENT PERMEABLE!)   As an environmentally friendly business, we know how important it is to invest in systems that won't damage the planet so that's why we imported a unique shrink wrap from the USA that allows us to quickly shrink wrap multiple bars (thus saving power) which break down safely in the environment without any special treatment. What to do with your soap wrapping? Simple! Just pop it into the compost or your household bin and it will break down safely, plastic-free and environmentally safe.   

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Tragic Beautiful - new stockist update

In late 2018, we welcomed a new stockist to our ranks - the beautifully evocative, Tragic Beautiful. Brisbane based like Sailor Mouth Soaps, Tragic Beautiful are also braving the humidity in our tropical town, supplying Australia (and the world!) with curated alt fashion across a range of clothing, homewares, makeup, bath and body, shoes and accessories.  Want to learn more? Click here to read their recent feature on us. Spoiler alert - it's full of deliciously dark photography that keeps me clicking back for more.

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Carbon Neutral Shipping

I'm proud to announce that when you place an order with Sailor Mouth Soaps, your shipping is 100% Carbon Neutral. Sendle, our preferred carrier, offset the emissions of every parcel picked up and delivered via them and now we have partnered with Fifteen Trees to offset every delivery that goes with another service, such as Australia Post. In its lifespan, the average tree can capture 268kg of carbon, making local tree planting initiatives an ideal way to offset the greenhouse gases produced by modern life. Fifteen Trees partner with local Landcare, school or community groups and plant trees that are not only native but also usually indigenous to the area which improves biodiversity and can even rehabilitate local wildlife populations.  In...

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