Social responsibility is a means of achieving sustainability.
Check out how we do our share.
Save the Seals
We are proud supporters of Seal Rescue Ireland. We do our bit by rescuing seals and sponsoring an intensive care unit at their center in Courtown.
Sustainable Product Packaging
We use recylable or reuseble product packages such as aluminium tins and glass bottles. The only plastic you will find in our packaging is the cap of our beard oils.
Planet Friendly Parcels
One of our missions is to reduce waste. This is the reason why we prefer minimal-style recyclable packages, and 100% biodegradable fillers in our parcels.
Seal Rescue Ireland
Soft Paws Cosmetics is a proud sponsor of an Intensive Care Unit at the Visitor Centre of Seal Rescue Ireland in Courtown, co. Wexford since August 2020. This is where the most vulnerable puppies are held from the moment they arrive to SRI. Here, they can finally step on the path of recovery thanks to the dedicated and amazing staff who will do everything to help these little ones survive and later start their own life in the ocean.
Coast of Rosslare
Seal Puppy Rescue
For me, becoming a volounteer at SRI is a dream come true. I joined them in September 2020 after completing their training course, and ever since then we rescued four pups, and had several others checked on. I’m not doing this alone, I have always two pairs of helping hands by my side: my husband (Adam) and our daughter (Lili). This is the way we teach her to appreciate and protect our wildlife and nature; through these unforgettable memories.
Our cornstarch-based fillers are biodegradable and can be completely dissolve in water; they mean absolutely no harm to the environment while also protecting our handmade goodies on their journey to your home.
We are proud supporters of
“Seal Rescue Ireland (SRI) is a charity organisation that works around the clock to rescue, rehabilitate and release native seals found sick, injured or orphaned from across the coast of Ireland. As the only seal rescue centre within the Republic of Ireland, we respond to reports nationwide and aim to rehabilitate the pups back to full health so that they can be returned to the wild.”