Created by a London-based studio that design and make products in the form of the much-loved London brick, each soap comes in a presentation box with a little card telling the story of the actual type of brick each one is based on, as below:
Carbon Wash - Bar soap with raw charcoal & cedarwood oil. No.10 Downing Street was cleaned in the 1960’s and years of carbon pollution was washed off to reveal the yellow brick beneath. This wasn’t the Downing Street that London recognised, so bricks were painted black to match the previous colour of carbon. The black soap bar includes raw charcoal powder. So carbon, along with a cedarwood scent, is now being used to its advantage: to clean and purify the skin.
Fly Ash - with pumice powder, raw charcoal & coconut scent. Fly ash bricks are a lightweight brick component and one of its key raw ingredients is stone dust. This soap bar contains pumice powder to give a lighter stone scrub to our wash.
Hot Rose - with traditional English rose scent. Heating and firing clay is an integral part of the traditional brick manufacturing process.
Lime Clay - In construction lime is added to clay to stabilise the material. Here, the combination of smooth kaolin clay and lime oils creates a pure and perfectly balanced soap bar.
Honey Buff - with raw natural honey powder & lemon oil. The original Honey Buff brick reflects the colour of the yellow clay sitting below the surface of London.
Engineered Mint - with natural peppermint oil. Blue 'Class A' engineering bricks are known for their high compressive strength. This strong naturally scented mint soap bar definitely reflects this property.