Just in time for Christmas, we have found the most beautiful new range to share with you. Dindi Naturals are handcrafted soaps made without palm oil, using natural ingredients.
Above: Dindi extra-large goliath soap
; Dindi citrus wedge soaps
; and Dindi shaving soap with native mint. The soaps are made using beautiful cold pressed oils of Australian olive, macadamia, sunflower, almond or hemp, along with luxurious plant butters such as shea, cocoa or mango (yes - no palm oil!). The amazing colours of the range are obtained using natural plant extracts and gentle clays (the range is free from synthetic colours and fragrances)! Creator of the range, Pip Guyatt is a mother of two based in the mountainous north-east region of Victoria, Australia called Murrindindi Shire (where the name Dindi derives from). She began making natural soaps by hand at home in an effort to reduce the skin irritations suffered by her eldest son. Encouraged by amazing results, she soon received orders from family and friends, and soon after, from stores. We just love their citrus wedge soaps
, great for gifting as they look and smell delightful! Here's a handy tip for stretching the life of your soap bar...keep it well drained! Never let it sit in a pool of water or it will soften. Also, alternating with two or more bars in the shower will help to keep them drier for longer, adding significantly to their overall shelf life. See the rest of the Dindi Naturals range. Read more about why we support palm oil free products
:: WIN ::
We are giving away a Dindi Naturals soap pack to one lucky blog follower (containing 1 x citrus wedge soap, 1 x shaving soap, 1 x goliath soap, valued at $33.95).
To be eligible for the draw you need to:
(1) Follow our blog (if not already) by clicking on the Follow tab hovering in the bottom right of your screen, then;
(2) Leave a comment below this post telling us why you would love trying Dindi soaps, or, why it matters to you that they are palm oil free.
We'll draw one comment from a follower to win! Competition ends midnight, Thursday, 6 December 2012. Australian residents only.