AD | Eco Friendly Cleansing with Eco Warrior Soap

If you’ve been around here long enough, you’ll know all about my love for skincare. Particularly natural skincare. I’m a sucker for a good shampoo bar or all-natural exfoliant. So when Little Soap Co. reached out asking if I would like to try out some products from the Eco Warrior soap collection, I jumped at the chance!

Eco Warrior is a range of six soap bars, all specific to a different aspect of eco friendly life. I was kindly sent their sensitive facial bar and shaving bar to try out.

Six Key Beauty Bars

Eco Warrior Soap Flatlay

These bars are designed to be good to you and the planet. Each 100g bar is priced at £4.50. A bargain considering bar soaps tend to last twice the amount of time a liquid soap would. A typical bar soap would last me 2-4 months on average (with regular use).

The All-Important Good Bits

My Eco Warrior Soap Experience

Eco Warrior Sensitive Facial Bar

The sensitive facial bar – I was overjoyed to try this bar out! I’ve got psoriasis which primarily affects my face, scalp, and hands. Lately my face has been somewhat troublesome and has been reacting badly to my usual skincare products.

The bar itself lathers up easily with a little water, and glides smoothly over the skin. I often find bar soaps can be difficult to rinse off the skin, but I had no issues here. The soap doesn’t settle uncomfortably on the skin and leaves the skin feeling smooth without being too abrasive.

Would I buy this again? Absolutely. Would I consider introducing it to my skincare routine? Definitely.

Shaving Bar Lime

The shaving bar –  I’ve only used one other shaving bar in the past so was keen to try this one. Once again, the bar lathers up easily with water and was easy to apply to the skin. I loved the scent of this bar as the lime really comes through, giving a fresh citrus scent.

I’ve found that the lather from shaving bars often settles on the skin as you shave. The best technique to combat this is to apply a liberal amount of soap, then regularly add small amount of water and lather up before going back in with the razor.

Post-shave I was pleased to find my skin felt soft, smooth, and wasn’t as irritated by shaving as it usually would be.

The Verdict

In addition to being good for the planet, Eco Warrior are definitely good for you and your skin. Of the products I’ve tried, I’ve been impressed and am keen to try out the other four bars from the Eco Warrior range. Particularly the orange & ginger shampoo bar.

For me, Eco Warrior ticks all the boxes. British made, recyclable, biodegradable, cruelty free, and vegan. What more could an eco warrior like myself ask for?!

At £4.50 you really can’t go wrong. After all, a lot of bar soaps can retail for upwards of £5 – particular in the current climate as soap has become a real hot commodity! Additionally, you can pick up the full set with gift wrapping for £28 on their website. Why not surprise your eco-conscious loved ones?

Have you tried any of the Eco Warrior soap range? Which one would you be most inclined to try out? Let me know in the comments below!

*The items featured in this post were gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own and haven’t been influenced by any third parties. To understand more about how I disclose this type of content, please see my disclaimer.*

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12 responses to “AD | Eco Friendly Cleansing with Eco Warrior Soap”

  1. Nanjiba says:

    This was a nice review of eco warrior soaps. They sound like they would ne great for the environment and for travelling. Thank you for sharing.

  2. These sound incredible! I have always been sceptical of soap bars for my face, purely because of the fact I have sensitive skin. However, the facial one sounds like the perfect solution. I also rarely shave my legs now because of the fact they always cut (highly irritating) but the shaving bar also sounds like a good bet as well, even if you do need more of a lather. xx

    • Sensitive skin can really throw a spanner in the works when it comes to switching to soap bars! I hope they work out well for you if you do get the chance to give them a try, I’d highly recommend them personally!
      El xx

  3. Sapna says:

    Both of these bars sound lovely from your review and I love the packaging too. I am all for using less packaging and will be trying these out!

  4. Sarah says:

    I saw these over on your instagram and they looked and sounded so nice and pretty inexpensive! I’m definitely tempted to pick up one or two soon!
    Sarah x

    • They’re definitely on the lower end of the price spectrum, and for the quality of the product you can’t go wrong! Thanks so much for reading, if you do pick one up let me know how you get on with them.
      El xx

  5. My local zero waste shop stocks these! They smell lovely and work a dream 🙂 Loved reading this review, thanks for sharing

  6. Deandra says:

    I have never tried a shaving bar before. I’ve only used having cream. I’m in the US, but I might try them out and see how I like it. It would be great to not only try something bew but eco friendly as well!

    • It’s definitely a new experience when switching straight from shaving cream just because there’s a lot less of a lather, but it works just as well if not better. I like that I have to go back in with the soap every now and again just so I can double check I’m getting a full coverage shave, plus the bar leaves your skin super moisturised which is always a bonus! Thanks so much for reading Deandra.
      El xx

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