The Mineheart Soap collection makes for the perfect gift or treat for yourself.
Our soap collection is manufactured using a cold processing method which takes up to 6 weeks to cure, mixed with specific natural colourants and scents for each of their beneficial properties. The cold-soap range is currently available in the scents: rose, seaweed, chamomile, oatmeal rice, bamboo charcoal and lavender. These bars of soap have been created using ingredients which have been meticulously picked in order to achieve effective hand cleaning whilst leaving them moisturised - many soaps don’t achieve the combination! Each have been packed in a unique Mineheart design, combining art and an everyday necessity.
Blindfold 2 - Bamboo Charcoal Soap
Featuring the art work "Blindfold - 2" designed by Young & Battaglia design studio in collaboration with guest digital artist Kirin Young.
The bamboo charcoal soap is perfect for all skin types, the charcoal elements mean it has high absorptive powers, meaning it can draw in other elements - absorbing toxins and impurities from your skin, leaving it clean and clear. This dark soap kills bacteria and allows the body’s natural moisturisers to work effectively, whilst the antibacterial properties also mean it can speed up the recovery time of wounds.
Wrapped in paper featuring a cheeky yet daring blindfolded woman in a calming grey atmosphere, an elegant touch to this charcoal soap.
Submerged 2 - Chamomile Soap
Featuring the art work "Submerged - 2" designed by Y&B Studio with Kirin Young.
Chamomile has soothing properties, particularly great for irritated skin and calming down inflammation. Chamomile is one of the most useful and fundamental hygiene tools and is often used for medical purpose for it's beneficial properties. With a sweet and herby scent, it's great for soothing the mind and body.
Wrapped in paper featuring a blissfully calm face, emerging from a calming, cream pastel colour - appearing undisturbed by the rising paint levels... or are they emerging from a milky chamomile pampering?
Purple Pencil - Lavender Soap
Featuring the art work "Purple Pencil Portrait" by Young & Battaglia.
The aromatic herb Lavender is an ancient herb which has been used for centuries for its calming and theraputic effects on the body, achieved by its fresh, floral scent. The naturally occurring oils make for great skin-nourishing qualities as well as revitalising the skin.
Wrapped in paper featuring the Blue Pencil Portrait, a reminder to the receiver that a humble pencil under the nose is enough to brighten our day.
Orange Pencil - Oatmeal Soap
Featuring art work "Orange Pencil Portrait" by Young & Battaglia.
Oatmeal contains the naturally occurring compound "saponins" which are natural cleansers, making oatmeal a great soap component, gently protecting and cleansing your skin.
Wrapped in the Orange Pencil art work, a reminder to the receiver that a humble pencil under the nose is enough to brighten our day.
Submerged 4 - Rose Soap
Featuring the art work "Submerged - 4" designed by Y&B Studio with Kirin Young.
Rose has numerous benefits when it comes to skin care, it can cleanse, purify and moisturise the skin. It's antibacterial properties combined with cleansing properties make it a perfect component for our soap. Rose also contains high amounts of vitamin C which can help protect the skin, along with the naturally occurring oils and sugars found in the rose petal, it will leave your skin feeling smooth and soothed.
Wrapped in paper featuring a blissfully calm face, emerging from a calming, pink pastel colour - appearing undisturbed by the rising paint levels... or are they emerging from a milky rose pampering?
Submerged 3 - Seaweed Soap
Featuring the art work "Submerged - 3" designed by Y&B Studio with Kirin Young.
The seaweed soap is great for every-day-use, its natural properties mean it will not dry out or harm your skin . This green soap is made up of seaweed kelp which is rich in minerals and vitamins that have detoxifying properties used to tone and hydrate your skin.
Wrapped in paper featuring a blissfully calm face, emerging from a calming, green pastel colour - appearing undisturbed by the rising paint levels... or are they emerging from a milky seaweed pampering?