Most of our soap bars lasts between 3-4 weeks. This is based on normal use per person.
Let your soap dry out between uses, by putting your soap on some kind of a dry soap dish ,that allows air to circulate around the bar.
We normally ship individual customer orders within 2 business days (48 hrs) excluding public holidays and Sundays.
Please allow 5- 6 days business days for southern India for delivery from date of shipment of your order.
If you are in Northern India your order may take between 10-12 working days to be delivered.
Yes, that’s possible too. The reason our business has grown over the years is because of loyal customers like you, who love our soap so much they spread the word about us! Please visit our Bulk Order page for more information. If you’re interested, let’s talk. Call us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No, you do not need to set up an account. But we strongly encourage you to register. It will make checking out easy, and also provide you with many perks, like your very own order history for easy re-orders, discount points, wish lists and easier checkouts in the future
Yes, most likely you will be able to use our soaps because they are incredibly mild and gentle. Most commercial soaps are detergent based, using lots of synthetic ingredients, and that’s what usually causes skin reactions. That’s very different from how we make our soaps. We don’t use any artificial colorants, hardeners, latherers or preservatives.
For soaps to be tear free , chemicals stabilizers have to be added . Our soaps do not contains chemical stabilizers , hence they are not tear free.
There are many companies out there that claim to be natural yet use harsh chemicals and preservatives that are harmful to us and our environment. By ‘natural’ we mean just that! Read any Molly Muriel label and you won’t find a harsh thing there! No SLS, no sulfates, no phthalates, if it isn’t simple we don’t want it! We use food grade oils, organic herbs, botanical powders, clays, essential oils, and floral waxes. We feel that if you read an ingredient list and can’t pronounce something, it could be questionable.