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|Brand||About the brand||Where to buy|
|Aesop||Established in 1987, Aesop is a homegrown skincare, body care and hair care brand that is known worldwide.|
|Billie Goat Soap||Created in 2005, Billie Goat Soap uses quality ingredients and fresh Australian goats milk to make natural, allergy-free soaps. It is 100% Australian owned and made.|
|Dindi Naturals||An Australian-made organic skincare manufacturer that uses native ingredients and recyclable packaging. Products include moisturisers, shampoo bars and face oils. Gift boxes available.|
|Hunter Lab||Manufactures natural skin health products for face, body and hair. All are made in Melbourne, Australia.|
|Lano||Uses lanolin which is a moisturising oil that naturally occurs in sheep wool, to develop nourishing beauty products. The lanolin is sourced humanely and all products are natural, with no synthetics.|
|Beauty & the Bees||Manufactures leatherwood honey hair care and skincare products such as soaps, balms and shampoo bars. Products made in Tasmania.|
|Est||Established in Melbourne in 1998, Est produces a range of gourmet natural products including soaps and body products. Its store sells a mix of domestic and international products.|
|Olieve & Olie||Established in 2000, Olieve & Olie creates handmade organic skincare in the Mornington Peninsula. Olive oil is derived from its farm.|
|Natural Basics||Produces natural soaps using ethically sourced ingredients from Victoria. This includes 13th Beach sea water for soap brines and kelp from Torquay.|
|Biome||Biome Eco Stores' home brand. It makes tote bags, soaps, scrubs, oils, foundation, lipsticks and more. Soaps are vegan and palm oil free.|
|Urthly Organics||Small business located in Central Victoria that makes vegan-friendly, palm-oil free natural products. Range includes soap, dental care, body care and cleaning.|
|Australian Natural Soap Company||Specialising in natural and ethically-made soaps, the ANSC manufactures detergent-free, vegan, paraben-free, cruelty-free and biodegradable beauty solutions.|
|Corrynne's Natural Skincare||Founded in 1995 in Fremantle, what started as a market stall for natural soaps is now a brand that also makes mud masks, cleansers and moisturisers. All products are manufactured in Dunsborough, Western Australia.|
|The Botanical Life Co.||This brand infuses all its products with Australian native botanicals which have antibacterial properties. Soaps are cruelty-free, vegan and palm oil free and use eco-friendly packaging.|
|Desert Shadow||Offering organic body and hair alternatives, Desert Shadow began in Fremantle and is currently based in North Manly. Its soap line, Desert Hammam, uses 100% olive oil and is inspired by the hammams of the Mediterranean.|
|The Girl & The Olive||Manufacturer of the only certified Demeter biodynamic skincare in Australia. Its products are made from olive oil and essential oils ground on its Mount Zero olive grove in Victoria.|
|Two-Winged Fruit||Makes palm oil-free soap, skin and hair care. All products are cruelty free and natural, and feature Australian native and organic ingredients.|
|Yurali||Specialises in hand made cream soaps featuring ethically derived plant based oils. Packaging is 100% recyclable and reusable.|
|Life Basics||Nourished Life's home brand. The range includes everyday basics that are natural, organic and sustainable as well as affordable.|
|Sanctum||Based in Byron Bay, Sanctum provides a range of 100% natural, organic, vegan and cruelty free skincare.|
|Salt + Glow||Makers of handcrafted natural skincare. All products are made in Sydney using plant-based ingredients.|
|Olive Oil Skincare Company||Traditional methods are used to make these olive oil based soaps which are good for eczema and sensitive skin types.|
|Sukin||All-natural Australian beauty products that are cruelty-free, vegan and carbon neutral. Made in Melbourne, Australia.|
|Biologika||A brand that uses organic ingredients to provide Australians with quality beauty buys. Biologika products are cruelty free, vegan friendly and grey water safe.|
|Thankyou||What began as a water bottle brand to support the world water crisis has grown into a line of various consumer products that support those in need. 100% of the profits from its soaps goes to alleviating poverty.|
|Natural Australian Triple Milled Soap||Australian made and owned soap brand which uses the French triple mill method. Soaps are free from parabens, mineral oils and animal products and scents are often inspired by nature.|
|Freshwater Farm||Family owned and operated business that manufactures hair and body products using natural ingredients from its own farm.|
|The Australian Country Life||Part of the Pental group, Country Life is an Aussie made brand that produces affordable soap bars that naturally nourish.|
|Goat Soap||Aussie made brand that uses goats milk for soap suitable for the whole family and for various skin types. Sells soaps, washes, lotion, cream and hair care.|
|Herbon||Producing natural and organic cleaning and beauty solutions since 1982. Manufactures its products in Geelong, Victoria and sells natural and organic soaps.|
|Priya||Australian made and owned body balance bars that inspire you to look after your body and your soul. Soaps are paraben free and plant based.|
|ReFresh||Byron Bay based beauty skincare creators that use natural products and native botanical extracts. Only made in small batches.|
|Tergus||Australian owned and made goat soap brand. All soaps are handmade and fragrance free for delicate skin.|
|Natural Life||All-Australian soap that incorporates propolis, tea tree oil and manuka honey in its creation to deliver soaps to help manage skin conditions.|
|Botani||Organic, vegan skincare brand that is 100% botanically-based and cruelty-free. Soaps often target skin issues such as dermatitis and acne.|
|The Goat Skincare||Goats milk based skincare range that uses simple, natural ingredients and is suitable for the whole family. Milk is ethically farmed and sourced in Victoria.|
|Hope's Relief||Targeted at eczema sufferers, Hope's Relief has a wide range of skincare products to provide relief for sensitive skin.|
|Grahams Natural Skin||Natural skincare products to soothe sufferers of eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and rosacea. Soaps use natural ingredients such as olive oil and manuka honey.|
|Mayde||Beach and homewares producer that started making towels, throws and blankets in Turkey. It's since branched out to include soaps using natural oils and clays that are hand poured in Australia.|
|Palm Beach Collection||Australian-owned candlemakers that hand-pour soy candles inspired by Sydney's Palm Beach. Also sells body bars, body wash and diffusers.|
|Green + Kind||Dedicated to minimising our impact on the environment, this Australian company develops biodegradable, reusable and ethically made beauty products. Its range includes soaps, toothbrushes and straws. Green + Kind is a certified B Corporation.|
|The Tasmanian Soap Co.||Uses local ingredients, including fresh goats milk, to craft soaps gentle enough for sensitive skin. Also sells a balm range which is vegan friendly and palm oil free.|
|Church Farm||Founded in 2013 as a roadside stall selling soaps infused with medicinal ingredients, Church Farm now has its own soap factory in Australia. Its soaps are handmade in small batches from natural ingredients.|
|Viva La Body||Darwin-based soap maker that creates cruelty-free palm oil-free soap bars which use compostable and biodegradable packaging. Sells hand soap, hair soap, facial cleansers, natural repellents and more.|
|Beach Road Naturals||Family owned boutique selling bath and body products. All are Australian made, using organic and sustainable ingredients.|
Soaps and other skin care products often display where they're made. Look at the packaging for details or for the Australian Made symbol.
If you'd like to take things a step further, you can also read the ingredients list to make sure that your product uses native Australian ingredients and botanicals.
Outside of the benefit of keeping Australian money in the country, the glowing reason for buying locally are the ingredients. Australia is home to a bevy of botanicals and oils with antibacterial properties. For example, tea tree oil.
We also produce a number of ingredients that are ideal for sensitive skin, such as goats milk, manuka honey and olive oil. These are infused into specialty soaps and are gentle on baby skin as well as skin prone to eczema or dermatitis.
No. Australian made soap is actually some of the cheapest on the market. You just need to look at the supermarket racks to find bars from $2 with the official Aussie triangle of approval.
The reason these products can be made so cheaply is because Australia has all the ingredients needed to make soaps right in its own backyard. So there's no need to import them from overseas, which only rides up the cost with taxes and shipping.
On the cheaper end of the scale is Priya, Country Life, Natural Australian Triple Milled and the Australian Botanical Shop.
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