Soaps for autumn 2016

Forgive the blatant self serving advertisement of Gosia soaps, but if I am to retire early then she needs to sell more soaps! 

Forgive the blatant self serving advertisement of Gosia soaps, but if I am to retire early then she needs to sell more soaps!

I have recently updated our web page in Polish and English so now there is no excuse! And just in case you don’t click this link I have copied the contents below.

Shipping to the UK and Europe: Two bars of soap (100-130g each) can be yours for just £6 (€7) delivered to your door.

Any eight bars can be yours for just £20 (€24) delivered! Or four for £10 (€12)

Shipping to North America: Any four bars can be yours for just $15 ($20 CAD) to your door. Soaps average weight is just over 4 ounces.

Live somewhere else? send us a message and we will work out a price.

Please leave a comment or fill in the contact form on the website if you would like to purchase or require any further information.

And if you have tried and like our soaps and like them then feedback is always welcome and much appreciated.

Goats milk

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and rapeseed oils with added goats milk from our herd.

The goats milk nourishes and softens the skin.

Goats milk and Lavender

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and rapeseed oils. Scented with lavender essential oil, with added goats milk from our herd. Decorated with dried lavender from our garden.

The goats milk nourishes and softens the skin whilst the lavender is known to aid relaxation and combat dandruff and acne.

Goats milk and Geranium

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and rapeseed oils. Scented with geranium essential oil, with added goats milk from our herd.

The goats milk nourishes and softens the skin whilst the geranium is said to have anti aging properties.


A blend of coconut, olive, palm and rapeseed oils. Scented with a rosewood essential oil and decorated with dried rose petals.

Rosewood is said to have anti-aging and anti-wrinkle properties.

Nettle and Calendula

A blend of coconut, olive, refined and unrefined palm and rapeseed oils. Scented with tea tree essential oil, coloured with nettle powder from our own nettles and decorated with dried calendula from our garden.

Tea tree oil is known for its healing properties as is calendula, whilst nettles are often used in herbal medicine. Highly recommended by many of our clients who have used it to relieve mild skin conditions, acne, eczema and psoriasis.

Rosemary with Thyme and Nettle

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and sunflower oils. Scented with thyme, rosemary and juniper berry essential oils, coloured and decorated with powdered nettle from our garden and green French clay.

Rosemary and thyme have both modern and mythical medicinal properties. Recommended as a shampoo bar, very effective against dandruff.


A blend of coconut, olive, sunflower and palm oils. Scented with rose essential oil, coloured with pureed rosehips from our garden.

Rose is said to have anti ageing properties and rosehip is packed with vitamins.

Coffee and Cinnamon

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and rapeseed oils. Scented with cinnamon essential oil, coloured with fine ground coffee beans.

Our number one best selling soap, a fantastic exfoliating bar.


A blend of coconut, olive, palm and linseed oils. Scented with mint essential oil and coloured with spirulina algae

Mint refreshes the body and mind whilst spirulina promotes skin tone, perfect to get you going in the morning.

Honey and Oatmeal

A blend of coconut, olive, palm and linseed oils, with added oatmeal and honey (sourced locally)

The oatmeal gently exfoliates the skin whilst the honey helps to sooth the skin.

Carrot and Orange

A blend of coconut, olive, unrefined palm, sunflower and rapeseed oils. Scented with orange essential oil. Coloured with carrot juice and decorated with dried orange.

Orange essential oil is said to be antiaging as well as a naturally aiding relaxation and combatting depression.

Green Tea and Lemon

A blend of coconut, olive, and castor oils. Scented with lemon and lemongrass essential oils, coloured with green tea and turmeric.

Lemon essential oil helps to cleanse and nourish the skin whilst green tea and turmeric can reduce perspiration.


A blend of olive, coconut, palm and unrefined palm oils, with added mango butter and mango oil.

Fast becoming one of our favourite bars, great for treating dry skin.

Camomile, Calendula and Lemon Balm

A blend of olive, coconut, palm and sunflower oils, camomile and calendula tea. Scented with lemon balm essential oil and coloured with dried camomile and calendula from our garden.

Lemon balm helps you to relax and combat stress, the gentle ingredient make this perfect for sensitive skin.

Sage and Rosemary

A blend of olive, coconut, palm, avocado and castor oils. Coloured and decorated with dried sage leaves from our garden. Scented with sage and rosemary essential oils.

Blended as a shampoo bar with beneficial essential oils to combat dandruff and an itchy scalp.

Camomile and Lavender

A blend of olive, coconut, palm and avocado oil. Coloured with camomile tea and scented with lavender essential oil.

A very delicate soap ideal for children. Moulded into animal shapes: Ladybird, dragonfly, butterfly and beetle


A classic blend of 95% olive oil and 5% coconut oil.

A very gentle and pure soap, the best choice if you have sensitive skin and may react to certain essential oils.


100% Coconut oil soap.

With 20% of the coconut oil left unsaponified this is the ultimate moisturising bar.

Hemp oil

A blend of olive, coconut, hemp seed and avocado oils, scented with tea tree oil.

The healing qualities of the hemp and tea tree make this a good choice if you suffer from a variety of skin conditions.

Shaving bar

A blend of olive, coconut, castor and almond oils. With added French clay for lubrication and cedar wood and pine essential oils.

A high foaming, supper slippery bar ideal for brush application.

Visit the web site and fill in the contact form to place your order 🙂


Author: Eddy Winko

Left the rat race to live a less hectic and harmful life. From the building of a straw bale house to the composting toilet diaries; read my blog

16 thoughts on “Soaps for autumn 2016”

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  1. Thank-you for the speedy and informative reply…No, I wouldn’t mind a soap with lard in it…in fact it may be even more moisturizing. 🙂 And yes, it seems that palm oil is in just about everything but they are now…at least here in the US starting to label the product if is sourced from a sustainable plantation just as they are doing with wood products. In other words, it has to be certified. I’m sure there are other oil alternatives but probably not as easy to produce.
    Thanks again and I will order some of your coconut soap. 🙂 It says it is $15.00 for 4 bars to the US or $20.00. What is the difference in the price?

    1. Hi Chris, Gosia confirmed that the coconut would be the best and that it lasts well. I had to check the pricing and I see that the line break could be confusing, the $20 is for your Canadian friends 🙂 If you could fill in the contact form on the website
      then we can exchange details.
      Many thanks, Eddy

  2. Fall Greetings Eddy from the Pacific Northwest region of the US. Washington state! I found your blog via Cecilia’s! 🙂
    I have a question about your soaps…I am looking for a moisturizing bar that won’t lather away too quickly and that doesn’t have palm oil in it. Not sure where you source your palm oil from but I’m sure you’ve heard of the devastation big ag palm plantations are having on the rain forests. Anyway, I’m trying to not use products with palm oil, so which of your soaps would you recommend? I like the sound of the coconut soap but does it last very long?
    Thank-you and I love that you are living a small footprint lifestyle! 🙂

    1. Hi Chris, thank you for stopping by. You have chosen well, the coconut bar would be my immediate recommendation. However I will ask my better half if there are any other alternatives. Would you be happy with a soap that had lard as an ingredient?
      We have noted that since our market has expanded outside of Poland more people ae aware of the problems with palm oil. As a result we have just started making a few soaps using lard in response to demand, so there may be something in the pipeline that is better suited.
      Palm oil is such a difficult product to avoid, and often disguised. I have wondered if it is something that should be tackled on a government level, by adding tariffs. Put the price up and it’s popularity would soon diminish, but then what would become the alternative?

    1. When we do markets we are often approached by people thinking that the bars are in fact slices of cake 🙂
      Any promotion is greatly appreciated, business in good in Poland but it would be noce to expand the market further afield. Like the look of your blog, look forward to reading more soon.

  3. I can personally vouch for the efficacy of these soaps. Not only do they leave your skin feeling smooth and refreshed, they also help combat itchiness, and soothe irritation.

    (High time you had a new theme. I can finally read my comments without a magnifying glass!)
    How about an order/payment option though? That seems to be elusive!
    Cheers mate, Pete.

    1. Hi Pete, thanks for commenting, I knew you would be the first to mention the new theme as I am following your advice from over a year ago.
      We have a contact form on the website (linked a few times in the post) which essentially sets up email communication to make arrangement. At the moment we are only taking payment by Paypal.

      1. Thank you Pete, I have just replied to your email and will forward further details soon.
        Thank you also for your testimonial, it’s always great to get positive feedback.

      2. I wouldn’t make it up mate. That soap really helped when my skin was bad. Perhaps you should add a ‘reviews’ section to the website, when you get a chance?

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