The latest stallholder to share what they’ll be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre 2016 is Saboon Alee…
What will you be selling at Fair Christmas Fayre this year?
Saboon Alee is a family start-up that produce beautiful bars of handmade organic soap. With over 20 years’ experience in manufacturing and producing natural cosmetics, in 2014 we decided to try and start our own venture, producing high quality soaps at reasonable prices. Our soaps are carefully formulated and handcrafted using the finest organic and sustainably sourced raw ingredients. Each soap is made with organic olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter and delicately scented with essential oils.
Choose from: Lavender (Classic, calm and relaxing), Tea Tree (Fresh and tingly), Geranium & Orange (Fruity and Zesty), Patchouli (Rich and aromatic), Frankincense and Myrrh (Soft, subtle and soothing) and Vetiver and Lemongrass (Sharp and earthy).
We also have a range of solid perfume in similar scents, natural loofahs, Frankincense incense, Incense burners and beeswax candles.
Why did you want to trade at the Fair Christmas Fayre?
Fair Christmas Fayre is a great initiative – as a company and a family, we believe in fair, ethical and eco-friendly living. There are so many products on the market but not many companies prioritize people and the environment over profit. We are passionate about producing sustainable products that are good for people and the environment.
Our soaps do not contain parabens, preservatives or SLSs. They are produced using sustainable and organic oils, so do not add any harsh chemicals to our water systems. Our soaps have been safety assessed, they are not tested on animals, and are suitable for vegans. Each bar of soap is wrapped and packaged in recycled and recyclable tissue paper, printed with water-based inks, in an factory powered by hydro-electricity from a water mill in Lancashire.
We are looking forward to connecting with like-minded sellers and shoppers!
What is your favourite thing about Christmas?
Spending time with family, catching up with friends and, of course, enjoying Christmas dinner together.
What is your best Christmas cracker joke?
What did the Hat say to the Scarf? You hang on and I’ll go on ahead.