Soapsmith Body Butters


Founded by Samantha Jameson in 2009 a self-confessed fragrance junkie with a passion for one of the greatest cities in the world, London and then introduce her to age-old artisan skills, unadulterated skin-loving ingredients and a zest for the best: and you have Soapsmith.

These four body butter each have a unique, individual scent and are named after a London landmark or area and their aroma evokes the whole areas vibe.

Soapsmith Camden Town Body Butter Melt £12.00 Feelunique (Shop Now)



A soft, nourishing body butter containing shea butter, cocoa butter, mango seed butter, coconut oil and sweet almond oil with the scent of coconut, bergamot and a hint of musk to leave the skin feeling moisturised and refreshed. As you wander through Camden Market on a balmy Sunday afternoon, your senses are assailed by the perfumed aroma of josticks, spices and fine exotic foods. Soapsmith Camden Town Body Butter Melt recreates this experience in its own seductive and distinctive style.

Soapsmith Bloomsbury Body Butter Melt £12.00 Feelunique (Shop Now)



A soft, nourishing body butter containing shea butter, cocoa butter, mango seed butter, coconut oil and sweet almond oil. Bloomsbury is a heady bouquet of fresh English blooms, mixed together to re-create the smell of the flower beds in Bloomsbury Square gardens.

Soapsmith Marble Arch Body Butter Melt £12.00 Feelunique (Shop Now)



A soft, nourishing body butter containing shea butter, cocoa butter, mango seed butter, coconut oil and sweet almond oil with the scent of Vanilla, Tonka Bean and a hint of Orange for a strong sensual scent that leaves skin feeling moisturised and refreshed.

Soapsmith Lavender Hill Body Butter Melt £12.00 Feelunique (Shop Now)



A soft, nourishing body butter containing shea butter, cocoa butter, mango seed butter, coconut oil and sweet almond oil with the scent lavender and jasmine to leave the skin feeling relaxed, moisturised and refreshed. Lavender Hill was so named due to the commercial production of lavender which took place pre-industrial era in that specific part of London. 18th century maps show large areas of farmland in SW11 used for lavender production.
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