Yope – Natural Liquid Soap

I was recently asked if I would like to try Yope, a Polish concept hoping to break the British market. As a beauty blogger I obviously have a passion for trying out new products so I was really excited to try out this new natural liquid soap.

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I love honey in my beauty products so chose their Honey and Bergamot natural kitchen hand soap. Their other scents sound equally beautiful and a little unusual. Yope use 92% natural and low processed ingredients in this product. Yope insist on a minimum 92% of natural ingredients through out their range. The products contain no parabens, no SLS, no SLES, no silicones. Also look at the beautiful illustration on the front of the bottle!

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I really like products that contain honey extract as it smells lovely but also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. On the skin I know that it also acts as an antioxidant,moisturises and regenerates. The honey used in this natural liquid soap is obtained from acacia flowers.

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My Yope soap is for the kitchen so it is important that it contains the necessary distinctive qualitys needed. Their liquid soaps have also been developed to ‘effectively neutralise unpleasant smells from hands, e.g. onion, fish, garlic,’ (and it works!).

The mix of scents, bergamot and honey is a beautiful and unique blend. The packaging is a nice and large size. I suffer from dry hands and have really enjoyed using a natural product that is gentle on the skin. The price is a little high, but for 500ml it is pretty reasonable. Overall a big thumbs up for Yope soap!

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Currently Yope is available in Germany, Ireland and the UK. You can check on their website a few stores that stock Yope but I suggest ordering it online from Vitamin Bay.

What are your favourite natural products?

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Mary Oliver

Mary 24 CRAFTY CREATIVE CLUMSY UK beauty, fashion, lifestyle blogger and vlogger I started this blog in summer 2013 to create my own little space to write relatable content on my personal style for the everyday girl. Yorkshire based lover of tea, floral prints and skater dresses.