A bit of a different post from me today but I hope it is one that you enjoy and can take something away from! Even if this kind of thing isn’t for you, it’d mean a lot if you could share this post to get the word out there!
Kicking off the Christmas Gift Guides and gift ideas/inspiration, I wanted to draw your attention to this campaign by PAPYRUS/The Soap Sisters.
Disclaimer: I was sent the products mentioned in this post in exchange for a post. I did not receive payment for this post.
PAPYRUS have partnered with SoapSisters this year to help spread HOPE through these gorgeous SOAP bars that could be sent as a gift to someone else, or to yourself (get that self care)! There are two bars of soap available – blue ombre (rock salt and driftwood) or purple (berries). I received the blue one and can confirm that it smells amazing!
Each bar of soap costs £5.50 and £1.50 of that goes straight to PAPYRUS to help fund their helpline HOPELINKUK this Christmas. (See more information about the helpline further down). They are also sending out a complimentary bath bomb with every order!
This is the perfect gift for a self care package, or a great option for Secret Santa this year!
The Soap Sisters are a mother and daughter duo who established their soap company in 2019. All of their products are hand made in Birmingham, UK. They are also vegan friendly, never tested on animals and RSPO certified.
If this got your attention, you can buy the soap here and start spreading hope!
If you’d like any more information about any of this, or would like to make a donation directly to PAPYRUS to help prevent young suicide, visit the PAPYRUS website.
Information about PAPYRUS
PAPYRUS HOPELINEUK is confidential support and advice service for children and young people (under 35) who are experiencing thoughts of suicide, and for anyone concerned that a young person could be thinking about suicide. It is a free service and provides potentially lifesaving calls, texts and emails.
PAPYRUS is the only UK charity dedicated to the prevention of young people.
Their advisors provide a safe space to talk through anything happening in your life that may have an impact on your or anyone else’s ability to stay safe. They want to work with you to understand suicidal thoughts you may be having.
Call: 0800 068 41 41
2pm-10pm weekends and bank holidays
Donate to PAPYRUS here