Inspired by the soap sheep shearers used to wash the workday off, Triumph & Disaster’s Shearer’s Soap is made from a translucent base high in glycerin that makes it incredibly gentle on your skin. Poppy seeds assist with exfoliation and provide a massaging effect that works in combination with our bespoke natural fragrance to create a complete cleansing experience.
‘Shearers Soap’ is safe for the environment, Gentle on the skin and strong on the nose. Use Daily for superb all-over body exfoliation.
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
1. Bespoke unique fragrance – rich herbal medicinal notes that complete the bathing experience, making this soap the special little bar that it is.
2. Poppy Seeds for exfoliation. These feel great on the skin, massaging and embellishing the sense of a wash earned through a hard day’s work.
Poppy seeds, 100% RSPO Palm Oil
ABOUT THE BRAND
Founded in 2011 by former cricket player and New Zealander, Dion Nash, Triumph & Disaster is a skin and haircare line that combines the best of nature and the best of science to produce naturally derived but scientifically engineered products that work.
The name was inspired by a poem close to Nash’s heart, Rudyard Kipling’s “If”, which contains the line: “if you can meet with Triumph & Disaster and treat those two imposters just the same…” This encapsulates the ethos of the brand – humility, honour, risk and reward. They are the values that moulded a brand capable of reminding us that acts of ritual and preparation are worthy endeavours and that healthy skin is something to aspire to and be proud of.
With a focus on sustainability, integrity and honesty, Triumph & Disaster is picky about its ingredients. They use local indigenous ingredients such as Horopito oil and Ponga fern extract blended with scientifically proven and natural ingredients from around the globe, such as clay from Australia, Jojoba extract from Mexico and Tamanu oil from Polynesia.
The brand aims to respect nature, utilise science, create products of ritual and tools for preparation – so we can treat Triumph & Disaster, those two imposters, just the same.