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Ultra Sensitive Oat Milk Soap

A gentle, cleansing soap enriched with New Zealand oat milk. Dermatologically tested and fragrance free, our Ultra Sensitive Oat Soap is ideal for those with sensitive skin.

  • Dermatologically tested for sensitive skin
  • Free from fragrance
  • Locally sourced New Zealand oat milk
from NZD$2.99
  • Cruelty Free
  • Dermatologically Tested
  • GE Free
  • Greywater Suitable
  • Made in NZ
  • Vegan


When developing our products, we check all our ingredients against international safety standards.
If there’s ever any doubt about an ingredient’s safety, we look for an alternative.
We make our products to the highest quality and environmental standards, so you can be sure they’re safer for you and our world.

Fragrance: Fragrance Free


Gently lather and rinse well.


Our soap cartons are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council to promote environmentally appropriate, socially beneficial, and economically viable management of the world's forests.


The ingredients in our Ultra Sensitive Oat Soap are suitable for your septic tank and are safer for the environment. With proper greywater systems in place, any water used in your shower or bath can safely be re-used on your flower gardens, lawns and trees.


Our Ultra Sensitve Oat Soap is made in NZ to the strictest environmental standards in our ISO 14001:2015, Toitu enviromark diamond and Toitu net carbonzero certified factory.

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Frequently asked questions

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Can coeliacs use Ultra-Sensitive Oat Milk Soap?
Gluten can’t be absorbed through the skin, so people with coeliac disease generally don’t worry about gluten in cosmetics or medicines that are topically applied (to the skin, hair, nails, etc). In some rare cases, topically applied products that contain gluten/wheat may cause skin irritation. This is not thought to be related to coeliac disease specifically. If you experience skin irritations from cosmetic products, it’s best to seek advice from your GP, as you may be sensitive to other components in the product or have a co-existing wheat allergy.
Why can’t I find your Ultra-Sensitive Goat Milk Soap?
We recently reformulated our Ultra-Sensitive Soap to replace Goat Milk with Oat Milk after overwhelming customer feedback about a preference for vegan products. New Zealand Oat Milk was found to be the best alternative ingredient.
I bought Ultra-Sensitive Oat Milk Soap by mistake, why does it look so similar to Goat Milk Soap?
These products are both part of our Ultra-Sensitive range, which have a distinctive look and feel designed to help make it easier for people to find in-store, regardless of the category. However, it also means they can look quite similar.
What does the Sensitive Choice Blue Butterfly mean?
The Sensitive Choice Programme assists people with allergies and respiratory issues identify products that may be more beneficial to them. This product approval scheme is run by the National Asthma Council Australia and The Asthma & Respiratory Association NZ.

All products approved are robustly assessed by an independent panel which includes:

  • a respiratory physician
  • an allergist
  • a general practitioner
  • a pharmacist
  • a chemist
  • an engineer
What does 'Dermatologically Tested for Sensitive Skin' mean?
These products have been tested by an independent laboratory in Europe using a RIPT test method (Repeat Insult Patch Test) on a self selected Sensitive Skin panel of 50 usually in the age group of 20-60. In this method, a small amount of product is applied on the back of a person then covered with a semi occlusive patch. The product is re applied on the same spot another 9 times within a span of 3 weeks. Then the patch is removed and no product is applied for next the two weeks calling this phase a resting phase. After such time, the product once again is applied to the same spot and another random spot to see if any reaction has occured. If there is no reaction in both sites then they are passed as non-sensitising
What does 'No Colourants' mean?
There are no dyes or colourants added to the product. These can sometimes be irritating to the skin.
Could these products cause a flare up in my allergies?
These products have been assessed by an independent panel of health professionals and been approved by the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ and the National Asthma Council of Australia however depending on the specific nature of your skin, a patch test is recommended – For topically applied products. Consult your skin specialist for advice before use if you have concerns.
Can I use the Ultra Sensitive range of products on my baby?
The Ultra Sensitive laundry liquid, laundry powder and fabric softener are perfect to use with baby clothes and linen. We also recommend the Ultra Sensitive bar soap, and body lotion for babies. In addition, we have our lightly scented baby care range that has be dermatologically tested for sensitive skin.
Can I use these products if I am pregnant?
Yes, the Ultra Sensitive range is safe to be used on pregnant women.
Do the Ultra Sensitive products work as well as the other products?
Yes, Ultra Sensitive products work just as well. All our products are formulated to be as mild on skin as possible. With the Ultra Sensitive range, we have omitted the addition of fragrances to minimise the potential for irritation and allergic reactions.
The products have an unusual base odour, what is this?
We use ingredients derived from plants and minerals - they can retain some base scent which can be noticed especially when no fragrance is present.