Nut and Noggin launches new soap that gives back with every bar
A year ago
Start up haircare and beauty brand Nut and Noggin today launches its first ever soap in an uplifting Rhubarb and Ginger fragrance.
Fifty pence from every bar sold will go to charities supporting young people facing mental health challenges.
With vegan, palm free ingredients and in 100% plastic free packaging, the Rhubarb and Ginger Brûlée soap is available to buy in a x3 pack with free shipping and free returns at nutandnoggin.com.
Nut and Noggin works with charities Winston’s Wish, The Yoga Therapy Foundation and The Market Place, to give back donations for every product sold.
Founder Rachel Clark says: “We were going to set up a business called ‘Will Travel for Soap’ because we really would! We found ourselves getting in the car and driving to random shops to find good soap, so we thought why not sell our own?
“Our customers love that we give back to charities helping children and young people facing mental health challenges, which have become even more acute this year. We’re looking forward to giving even more during the Christmas period when we expect more sales and gifting. Nut and Noggin is all about plastic free haircare and beauty that give back.”
About Nut and Noggin
Launched in 2019, Nut and Noggin sells shampoo bars and soap that’s plastic free, vegan and sulphate free. Every bar sold gives back to charities helping children and young people facing mental health challenges like grief, depression and anxiety.
Since then, Nut and Noggin has won Bazaar magazine’s Best in Beauty award for Best Shampoo bar, as well as being named ‘The future of shampoo’ by Grazia and ‘Our favourite shampoo bar yet’ by Red magazine.
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