Refillable liquid handwash, without plastic waste
With our powder-to-gel formula, you mix your own handwash, avoiding waste and your hands will smell amazing!
Why ship water when you have it at home?! Exactly
Let's make soap, not waste.
Refillable to reduce waste, no single-use plastic packaging, everything is reusable or recyclable
95% lighter than traditional brands, because no water is transported, reducing carbon emissions
Fragrance from essential oils, carefully selected ingredients, vegan and we only test on ourselves
Protects and cares for your skin, it’s gentle on your hands, and gentle on the planet
mix and match!
If you want to try different fragrances, you can now buy 4 different single handwash refills for the price of a big refill box <3
That is 4 refills for £34, instead of £38, just use the code: mix4refills
We develop and manufacture all our products ourselves.
Swiss design, handmade in London.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Put the mixing pebble in the bottle, and fill with warm water up to the indicated line
Drop the entire refill into the bottle (incl. the sachet), then screw the pump on tightly
Shake like a cocktail for 1 min, then leave overnight if you can, if not you can already use it after 15 min
Voilà! It can take up to 48 hours for your soap to fully mix, don't worry if it seems a little watery initially
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
My new favourite hand soap. Fun product that reminds you of your time in the science lab in school!
It works great and smells great! Will totally keep using it.
I am loving my hand wash! It showed up just before one of my flare ups and it was the only soap that was fragrance free for me to use. I have been taking it with me everywhere. Thank you for an amazing product, it has been my life saver.
Brilliant scent, feels great on my skin, and always enjoyable to use.
Just wanted to let you know how much we love our handwash! We’re getting compliments from all our guests and I’m just about to head to your website to see what else I can get for our household!
Un pas de plus dans la réduction de nos déchets. Très belle innovation. En plus : on adore la texture et l’odeur.
MEET MARTINA, OUR FOUNDER
Martina used to work for big companies like Unilever and P&G, developing packaging for their beauty brands. She realised that her work was contributing to more plastic waste. So Martina decided that she could do more to reduce unnecessary packaging waste.
In 2020, Martina created Blackmarket. We at Blackmarket are fully dedicated to reducing waste, challenging how we deliver personal care and beauty products, by selling refills in a concentrated format.
We exist to reduce packaging waste from your personal care routine, by bringing you products you love, in an eco friendly concentrated format. All you do is add water.
An alternative system in how we buy and use products, challenging the status quo and promoting more sustainable refill solutions.
IN THE PRESS
Reuse Landscape Newsletter Q&A with Martina schwarz
Martina Schwarz, Founder of Blackmarket, sat down with the Reuse Landscape team to talk about her plastic-free handwash, how the company got started, and her plans for the future.
TOP DRAWER LONDON 2022 BLOG | Behind the brand Blackmarket
Blackmarket is a fresh sustainable startup that is making consumers rethink the way they buy handwash. The brand's dedication to eliminating single-use plastics from their products and allowing cons ...
BIRKBECK UNIVERSITY | The MBA graduate on a mission to reduce plastic packaging
Martina Schwarz came up with the idea for a refillable soap that produces no plastic waste while writing her MBA thesis. Her business, Blackmarket, launches this September.
RETHINKING ETHICAL CONSUMERISM | Make soap, not waste: A Q&A with Martina Schwarz
In the first of our Q&A series exploring the four Rs of plastics (Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle), we chat with Martina Schwarz, founder of Blackmarket. With a mission to reduce our reliance on plastic packaging, Martina discusses her recent innovations and her future aspirations, all focused on addressing key challenges in plastic consumption.