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We know how important it is to wash our hands regularly, but some soaps can strip the skin of its natural oils, leaving it dry and cracked.

Glycerine is a natural product of the olive oil used in Olieve & Olie’s soaps, which moisturise and gently clean your skin. Olieve & Olie soaps are also scented with essential oils made from flowers, herbs and other botanicals – and essential oils are known for their anti-bacterial and anti-fungal qualities.

All customers who pop into the shop will receive a FREE seconds soap bar just for saying hi.
The team know how hard soap is proving to find for some people, so this is just one way they can help their community.

Olieve & Olie is still open, with trading hours remaining the same until further notice. So pop down to the Rosebud factory and get your hands on their soap, hand wash or hand & body cream made with love and organic sensibility.

7/16 Henry Wilson Drive, Rosebud
5982 0992

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