Since 1996, Art Bar founder Jen Black has been the creative director and designer of international brands. After she made specific decisions to live and create in line with her values, her ideas for this Berlin-based company were realized in 2018.The main task of the art bar is to encourage self-care and physical motivation by providing organic Soaps containing natural ingredients such as vegetable base oils, glycerin and essential oils. Without chemicals, preservatives or toxins, all soaps are vegan and cruelty-free.
“Industrial, non-organic soaps are detergents composed of irritating substances and foaming agents,” the company said. “Because organic soaps contain natural ingredients, they not only clean the skin, but also have healing properties, which can greatly help treat eczema, acne and other diseases.” Organic ingredients are in line with current trends in the soap market, and Europe is expected to become a herbal medicine. One of the fastest growing regions, Cruelty Free and No chemicals Soap products meet demand.
These vegan soaps are designed to eliminate the need to buy multiple beauty products, which can be an important factor in waste when you add up all these plastic tubes and containers.Art soap is recyclable or Recycled materials To support the climate and replace plastic packaging.
To match the soap, Black provides limited-edition art prints to comment on society and encourage customers to think critically. Many works explore topics such as female experience, interpersonal relationships, black humor and politics. Currently, these prints are created by Blake himself, but soon there will be special editions of other female artists’ collections. The idea is to build a supportive community for up-and-coming female artists and disseminate their work. Each printed matter is manually signed, printed and numbered in small batches.new Art It is launched regularly, so customers can continue to collect different works.
Image courtesy of Jen Black