SoapOpera – Australian Made
Formulated to moisturise and restore the natural balance of hair, body and face, our pampering products are handmade with high quality, plant-derivatives, certified organic ingredients and pure essential oils. We believe everyone should experience the benefits of luxurious, natural and sustainable skincare.
As a qualified Naturopath, with over twenty years’ experience in the development of natural therapies, owner operator James Sukroo believes in nutrients, not toxins. Soap Opera products are 100% pure and natural, designed to clean, moisturise and scent the body, without harsh chemicals, parabens or preservatives and without testing on animals.
Shampoo & Conditioner Pack
Perfect Hair Care Pack
Lime & Sandalwood Facial Scrub
Great for sensitive skin
Nourish your skin
Soothe Body Butter
Hydrate your skin, naturally
A revitalising and fresh citrus aroma
Pure Essential Oils
More than just a lovely scent, Essential Oils have a host of health and wellness benefits. Soap Opera Pure Essential Oils can be added to a warm bath, used aromatically around the home or in a diffuser, or topically on the skin.READ MORE
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Hand Made Vs Commercial Soap
As the body’s only exterior organ, the skin comes into contact with a lot of dirt and bacteria on an everyday basis, healthy skin protects the body but it also absorbs a lot of what you put on it. It is important to understand how harmful some of the chemicals found in commercial soap can be.
What is Naturopathy?
Basically Naturopathy is a holistic approach to health and wellness, based on the principle that the body has an innate ability to heal itself. Encompassing a variety of treatment methods, Naturopathy treats the person as a whole with the aim to eliminate the cause of the diss-ease, rather than just treat the affected area.
Benefits of Natural Skincare
Most of us use at least one kind of skincare product daily, think about all the products you use which may come in contact with your skin. Soaps, moisturisers, cleansers, perfumes, make-up, deodorant, the list could go on and on. As the largest organ of the body, our skin can absorb up to 60% of what we put on it, so it’s not only what you eat that matters, but also what you put on your skin.