Sample Sunday | Bloomtown Botanicals Soaps – The Clearing


It’s Sunday, so it’s another Sample Sunday post from me today! I’m sharing a product from one of my favourite brands and I absolutely LOVE their handmade soaps like the one I’m sharing with you today.

I have in fact used a few of Bloomtown Botanicals mini soaps and I’ve really enjoyed using them. They smell so clean and don’t have that typical soapy smell you can get with other soaps.

Bloomtown was founded in 2016 by husband and wife team Preyanka Clark Prakash and Medwin Culmer after spending two years in Indonesia and witnessing first-hand the loss of virgin forest that is home to endangered orangutans, tigers and so much of the world’s biodiversity.

Bloomtown is proud to be the UK’s first independently certified palm oil-free company, offering beautifully scented, expertly formulated body & skincare, hand-crafted in Cornwall.

They’re 12g in size and are ideal to take away for weekend’s away or even to take on a weeks holiday. The Clearing is a range that’s ideal for acne prone and oily skin as it contains Black Clay and Tea Tree Oil.

There’s 7 scents; The Meadow, The Grove, The Woods, The Cafe, The Rose Garden, The Spring & The Clearing. Each of these scents come with a range of other products to match for different kinds of skin concerns. I’m not too sure if you can still buy the full bars to these as I’ve been unable to find them on the website so unsure if they will be brought back. I’ve absolutely loved the mini bars I’ve tried as they are wonderful on the skin.

I’m a big fan of this brand and have tried quite a few of their products and they’ve all been fantastic, so I highly recommend them. If you’re looking for a natural, vegan product then give Bloomtown Botanicals a try. You won’t be disappointed and with a range of products to suit all skin needs, you really can’t go wrong.


Have you tried these before?? What are your favourite products??


Lots of Love



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