Bare Naked Soap - Bare Naked Soap comes from the theory that you're bare naked while using these natural products, and that's what the ingredients are - bare and naked. Raw and natural. No hidden ingredients.
All the products used to create this amazing selection of soaps are sourced from nature. Clays, spices, botanicals, herbs, seaweed, superfoods, coffee, butters, plant-based oils, essential oils and more.
Hand created with love and care to nourish your skin and care for your largest organ. Without the use of artificial colours, synthetic fragrances and damaging chemicals. Palm oil free, as while this provides hardness in soap, it's destroying the wildlife environment and displacing villagers.
Proudly and locally made by Kirstin in Lake Hawea, NZ
Bar Necessities - Lovingly made by Frances Leibbrandt (also responsible for the great Skin Sisters initiative - see below).
Bento Ninja - Bento Ninja's mission is to make living sustainably simple. Their products are high quality, reusable items, made to last. Bento Ninja is a family owned business based in Christchurch - here at Aroha Eco we just love their Stainless Steel (Forever) Pegs!
Dirty Hippie - The founder of Dirty Hippie, Dawn, lives in Waipu She started Dirty Hippie because of the trouble she had finding natural products at an affordable price, that were actually natural and worked!
“I love my little business and my awesome customers, it's all been word of mouth and it's thanks to all of you Dirty Hippie lovers that Dirty Hippie has grown to be what it is today. I am grateful to everyone who spreads the word about how much they love the products with the awesome reviews they place, sharing in facebook groups, telling friends and buying Dirty Hippie goodies for gifts. My aim is to provide products that you love to use, all natural, as organic as possible and affordable.”
Mia Belle - Bring a touch of nature and heaven to your life with Auckland based Mia Belle; hand-crafted, lusciously fragranced shampoo and conditioner bars, hair and skincare range. Antioxidant rich personal care products you will love that boosts your skin glow and enhances your natural beauty. Mia Belle genuinely cares about what you put on your skin and is mindful of all the ingredients it uses.
My Cup - These menstrual cups are made in New Zealand out of high-quality medical grade silicone. The cup packaging is created from responsibly forested trees and printed in vegetable inks and is fully compostable.
Simple Naked Soap - Simple Naked Soap comes from a small town called Balclutha in South Otago, New Zealand.
Tracy & Malcolm farm goats alongside, chickens, horses, cows, bees and dogs. "We decided to make goats milk soap because I was getting very dry and sore skin. It was becoming very itchy using commercially manufactured soap and expensive body wash. After a lot of trial and error I taught myself how to make soap the old fashion way; the cold process way. Using this method keeps all the good properties of the milk and oil together, thus making a gentle, moisturising bar of soap for you and your family".
Skincare Solutions NZ - Providing solutions to common skincare product related issues: No chemicals, natural, affordable options that actually work. Covering many of the everyday products that people use, but at a fraction of the cost (to both you and the earth) of commercial products. These are products you can really trust and with re-fill options available, they are sustainable as well. Based in Cromwell, you can either send your empty containers back to us and we will refill at a discounted rate or visit the Aroha Eco stall at the Remarkables Market or Cromwell Farmers Market during the summer months.
Skin Sisters - Skin Sisters’ aim is to raise funds for Peniel Community College in Bangalore, India, by making and selling top quality, genuinely natural, affordable skin care products. They make sure that all of the ingredients are natural or naturally derived and use organic ingredients where feasible. You won’t find any synthetic fragrances or nasties in these products.
Profits that Skin Sisters make from the sales of their products all work toward supporting the women at Peniel Community College.