Clarifying Clay Soap
Minimum Order : Frances Pilley minimum order is $60
Postage : $12. All orders over $100, postage is free
Delivery : All parcels are sent by Australia Post. Please allow 2 – 6 days to arrive.
In cases where there are multiple boxes within your consignment, you will only be charged once for delivery.
The price of the products are in Australian dollars including Australian GST.
Returns PolicySubject to your rights at law, we will only accept the return of Products if:
- 1. You change your mind within 14 days the goods being dispatched by us.
- 2. We accept that you have received a Product from us that is different to the one you ordered, in which case we will replace the incorrect Product with the correct Product.
- 3. We accept that the Products were damaged or faulty at the time of delivery to you, in which case we will replace the Product.
CancellationsFrances Pilley will allow cancelations of orders only in the event that they have not yet been dispatched. If your intent is to cancel an order call us on 03 5728 2550 between 10am and 5 pm.
Made in Aleppo, Syria
Genuine laurel soap enriched with rhassoul. A purifying red clay rich in regenerating minerals that gently exfoliates and cares for the skin.
Skincare soap for face and body.
All Tadé / Aleppo Soap Company products are 100% ecological and guaranteed to be without any emulsifier, tensio active, Laureth Sulphate, Paraben, PEG, EDTA, preservative, added perfume, acid or synthetic deriviative.
All Tadé / Aleppo Soap Company products are tested under dermatological control.
Weight - 150g
Hope and Dignity
After an interruption in 2012, production began again in 2014. This seasonal, rural, almost agicultural activity has survived throughout this terrible conflict helping many Syrians to continue to subsist with hope and dignity, thanks to their work. These products are made in accordance with the principle of fair-trade where value is given to the contribution and dignity of all partners.
Tadé / Aleppo Soap Company is committed alongside the “Baroudeurs de l’Espoir’, providing emergency medical assistance to Aleppans and educational assistance to children deprived of school.