Get 15% off your order through 5/28 for our Memorial Day Sale! Discount applied in cart.

About our Soap

Village Thrive presents handcrafted soaps inspired by the lush landscapes of Bali and formulated with heritage Indonesian recipes. These natural soaps are carefully crafted using pure coconut oil, harnessing its cleansing, brightening, exfoliating, and moisturizing properties. Locally sourced herbs are blended in for additional health benefits and delightful scents. With a commitment to environmental consciousness, our natural soap bars are free from synthetic color, sulfates, parabens, and artificial scents. They are gentle on the skin, toxin-free, and promote well-being for both your body and the earth.

Types of Soap

Charcoal & Aloe - Detoxifying
This soap provides a detoxifying deep cleanse, containing antioxidants that remove impurities, kill bacteria and soothe inflammation. Great for acne prone skin.
Ingredients -
Coconut oil, distilled water, bamboo charcoal, aloe vera, mint oil, lye*


Coffee & Honey - Exfoliating
This soap provides a nourishing cleanse with ground coffee exfoliating away dead skin cells and blackheads. Featuring moisturizing honey and a creamy coconut lather.
Ingredients - 
Coconut oil, distilled water, coffee, honey, lye*

Turmeric & Lime - Antiseptic
This soap contains antiseptic qualities that provides a purifying cleanse that's safe on cuts. It also exfoliates dead skin cells, brightens dull skin, and balances skin oils.
Ingredients - 
Coconut oil, distilled water, turmeric, limau lime, lye*

*Lye is used in saponification process to convert oil and water into soap. Our ready products do not contain any lye at all.

Our Artisan Partners
Village Thrive natural soaps are produced in collaboration with the Wisnu Foundation to empower housewives, young women, and young men in Bali, such as from Nyambu Village, Penarungan Village and Pengubengan Kelod Banjar.
All soaps are handcrafted with passion based on Indonesian heritage beauty recipe using natural ingredients found in villages in Bali, Indonesia.