Precaution for Use

After the 4-6 week curing period, our soaps are tested with pH test strips and also on Sae’s dry & sensitive skin.

The only soaps that have passed these tests will be on the market, however, allergic reaction varies from person to person, therefore [angel soap] cannot guarantee that our soaps are allergy-free.

If you are allergic to a certain substance, please check the label for the list of ingredients, and use only when you know you are not allergic to any of the ingredients listed.

In the unlikely event of negative reaction, discontinue use immediately and seek medical advice.


Our soaps are gentle enough to wash your face, however please be extra careful when you wash around the eye area, as it may cause irritation to the eyes if getting in your eyes.

This is because [angel soap] does not contain artificial chemicals to lower the pH levels to the neutral level, and it is quite normal.

If soap gets into your eyes, immediately rinse your eyes with running water.

Appearance of “angel soap”

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As all of our soaps are hand cut from the loaf, the weight and size may vary, normally ranging from 65g or more each.

Since each batch is handmade, the bar you receive may look slightly different from batch to batch such as colour and smell although they are made from the same recipe.

Please also note that the colour of our soaps containing red palm oil will fade over time.

Sometimes you may see some white powder on the surface of our soaps. This is called ‘soda ash’ and is quite harmless, which will be rinsed off when you use the soap for the first time.

Like any other handmade soaps, [angel soap] would dissolve quickly when left standing in water. Be sure to use a soap dish with good drainage, so that you can enjoy our soaps longer!

Shelf life of “angel soap”

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Because our products are natural and do not include artificial preservatives, it is recommended to use them up before “Best Before” date shown on each soap.

It varies depending on the ingredients used in each soap, however, it is generally within one year from the date the soap was created.

To extend their shelf life, keep our soaps out of direct sunlight and heat. You can even put them in the refrigerator.

If you notice any changes in the smell or colour of the soap, it is best not to use it on your skin as the soap might have become rancid.

You could use rancid soap as a cleansing agent in the kitchen and bathroom.