Caurnie Soap: Ethical Company by The Good Shopping Guide | May 7, 2019 | Ethical Accreditation | 0 comments The Caurnie Soaperie in Kirkintilloch, Scotland first opened in 1922 with the aim of creating natural skin care products from organic herbs and essential oils. Their gentle, handmade soaps give relief to sensitive skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema often aggravated by chemicals in some commercial skin care products. The company, which is ranked as one of The Good Shopping Guide’s recommended ethical soap brands, has attained continuous independent Ethical Accreditation from The Ethical Company Organisation since 2004, reflecting the company’s long-standing ethical values. As well as soap, Caurine offers a range of shampoo & conditioners, moisturisers and body wash. The full range of products can be purchased online, from the Soaperie itself – which is open to visitors between 10am and 2pm every Tuesday – and through numerous Scottish Farmers’ Markets and Country Living Shows throughout the country. Full details can be found on the Caurnie website.