Our Charity Mission
As a company we are committed to saving the planet. We want you to revolutionise your routine and buy our guilt free beauty products.
We do not use any plastic in our packaging and where possible will always recycle, reuse and try to reduce the waste we produce. We aim to be a zero waste business.
By purchasing our charity bars you are helping us support charities that we think are important and help our planet. You are helping raise awareness, provide support for much needed endangered wildlife and their habitats, whilst encouraging others to make changes to the way they have an impact on the planet.
Taking inspiration from the natural world, we want to have a positive impact and be more conscious of what we give back. We want to stop the harm caused by unnecessary chemicals in beauty products that are put down the drain.
By providing products that are natural and not harmful, we hope to put an end to the invisible damage caused to our beautiful flora and fauna.
Silktown Soap Co. give a percentage of sales from: 'Gaia' our Earth charity bar and 'Ocean Breeze' our Ocean charity bar.
When we launch on 17th June 2021, we will be supporting the following charities through the Work for Good fundraising platform.
Gaia natural soap bar
Our Earth charity bar will be supporting the Trees for Cities charity.
Trees for Cities is the only UK charity working at a national and international scale to improve lives by planting trees in cities around the world. 2018 marked the charity’s 25th anniversary which they are celebrating with their #GenerationTree campaign. You can find out more information here:
Ocean Breeze natural soap bar
Our Ocean charity bar will be supporting the Marine Conservation Society who are fighting for a cleaner, better protected, healthier ocean; one we can all enjoy. The Marine Conservation Society is the UK’s leading charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife. For over thirty years MCS has been the voice for our seas.
Have a look at their website for some interesting information about how you can help and some eye-opening facts about the abuse caused to our oceans.
Find out more about Work for Good here.