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The White Pigeon Said – Feed Your Skin Moisturiser Bar


Formulated from excellent, non-toxic ingredients. Includes organic babassu and organic cacao and shea butters
The White Pigeon Said products are palm oil free, cruelty free, not tested on animals, affordable and made using locally sourced ingredients where available. Products are hand-crafted in small batches on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria Australia.
The White Pigeon Said utilises zero waste packaging, compostable packaging, aluminium tins and glass bottle packaging, as well as plastic free postage, using recycled paper and compostable mailers.
The White Pigeon Said donates to WWF, Sea Shepherd and various local charities in support of protecting our oceans and sustainability. The brand also donates products to raise money for various charities. They have also joined the community to plant trees for local wildlife and have donated signs in hope to save the local koalas. The brand runs sustainability workshops to encourage people to switch to natural products and the owner (Dr Tammy Alner) educates subscribers on how toxins are affecting your body and how to read and understand the ingredients list on products.

What our experts say...


I like the beautiful scent, how easily the product is applied and how it is absorbed easily into my skin and doesn’t have an oily/ greasy feel. I also like the compostable packaging and organic ingredients.Supporting eco and local initiatives and being engaged with eco education in addition to product manufacture aligns with my values.

–Laura Trotta


A super moisturising, easy to use body bar that works effortlessly on your skin. Smells great and really feeds your skin too. The handy pack is an excellent one to take with you when on the move.
The White Pigeon Said is focused on small batch local products and zero waste.

–Corrine Sultana


It’s a big bar and good value. That’s great. It also glides on easily and sinks in easily too so I really like it. I love the packaging and also the ingredients and that they are sourced locally. They’ve looked at donations, community, education and sourcing locally. These are critical in terms of sustainability.

–Julie Mathers

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