When we think of fragrant places and spaces, London wouldn’t usually be the first place to spring to mind – until now. Thanks to Soapsmith of London‘s new handmade luxury soaps named after famous locations in the capital, we now associate Green Park with cedarwood, peppermint and spearmint rather than the Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines, and Brick Lane with amber, pepper and sandalwood instead of quirky vintage clothes and fragrant food stalls.
All Soapsmith soaps are made entirely by hand in London using a traditional cold process method with high quality, skin-loving oils and butters. Naturally occurring glycerine – nature’s moisturiser – also provides much needed hydration for dry skin.
Other soaps in the range include Baker Street (honey, almond and a dash of goat’s milk), Bloomsbury (fresh roses, honeysuckle, primrose and peony), Lavender Hill (lavender with a hint of jasmine) and Limehouse (lime, lemongrass and litsea cubeba).