Frequently Asked Questions
What are your Solid Dish Soap ingredients?
We like to keep things simple. Here’s why:
Coconut oil can cut down the most stubborn grease and create lots of suds and bubbles.
Olive oil is gentle on skin and creates a soft lather.
Activated bamboo charcoal has toxin absorbing and antibacterial properties. It absorbs and binds to the harmful microbial so they can be flushed away.
Where are your soaps made?
All Make Nice Company soaps are handmade in small batches in Vancouver, BC.
You're located in Vancouver! Can I pick up my order?
We're currently on pause as we move into our new studio. Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when we bring back local pick ups.
Our new studio location is at 21 - 2244 E Hastings St.
Are there any irritants in the Solid Dish Soaps?
All Solid Dish Soaps are paraben-free, SLS-free, palm oil-free and fragrance-free.
What is your product packaging made of?
Our packaging is compostable using FSC certified paper! We use eco-friendly indigo inks and sustainably sourced FSC-certified paper to make packaging.
We're still looking for a biodegradable glue so make sure you rip off the sticky bit before putting it in the green bin.
Are your Solid Dish Soaps vegan?
Yes! All Solid Dish Soaps are vegan and made from 100% natural ingredients.
Do you test on animals?
Never. We never test on animals and we don’t ever plan to.
We are Leaping Bunny Certified. We are certified cruelty-free under the Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics, who promotes a single comprehensive standard and an internationally recognized Leaping Bunny Logo.
What are your eco-friendly shipping materials?
All packaging are sent in 100% post consumer recycled cardboard boxes, as well as repurposed boxes we’ve received from vendors or local stores. We use paper filler to ensure your order is delivered safely. We also use paper tape to keep you package plastic-free.
All printed items or stamps use biodegradable or soy-basked inks so that you are able to recycle the entirety of our packaging materials.
Please recycle responsibly.