Kisah Kami Bali Soap Indonesia

Where Nature and Culture Meet

Natural soap and skincare products made in Bali. Planet-friendly handmade soaps and personal care. We use plant-based materials that are locally and ethically sourced from the Indonesian archipelago.

Bali Soap was born out of a commitment to creating an honest, ethical and authentic skincare brand thatโ€™s great for both our skin and our planet. We want people to feel healthy and beautiful - naturally, conscientiously, and mindfully.

Bali Soap uses only CSPO (Certified Sustainable Palm Oil) in our products, which has been thoroughly evaluated by the RSPO (the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil), an international organization that sets rigorous environmental and social criteria to rank the sustainability of palm oil production.

Our soaps do not dry out your skin as most commercial soaps. Indulge yourself our cold process soaps loaded with natural glycerin and island botanicalsโ€ฆ. Your skin will love your for it.

 

From nature and for nature

For centuries, Indonesians have been using herbal remedies to treat skin and health issues as we believe in the healing power of nature. Inspired by this tradition, we use only natural ingredients in every single bar of our soap. We source all the materials thoughtfully and ethically, ensuring that we support local communities, small businesses and perform environmentally responsible practices. All Bali Soap products contain zero toxic chemicals making them safe when rinsed down the drain and water systems. 

 

A very happy workplace

We believe in treating people the way we want to be treated; with kindness, compassion, and respect. We strive to provide a fair, safe, positive, and highly ethical work environment for our amazing Indonesian team because we know that a happy, motivated, and empowered workforce will take good care of our business and our customers.

 

Our Bali Soap employees benefit from :

  • Equal pay for men and women
  • Equal gender representation in managerial and supervisory positions
  • Strict sexual harassment policies
  • Health insurance
  • Retirement pensions
  • Three-month paid maternity leave
  • Fair salary with progressive pay raises based on tenure and increased responsibility
  • Five-day work week (less than the standard Indonesian manufacturers' regulations)