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Faace and Müll Club launch new bathroom set using upcycled Quality Street tubs 

Sophie Smith
03 November 2023

Female-founded skincare brand Faace has partnered with recycling company Müll Club to turn last year's Quality Street tubs into a new bathroom accessory set. 

Made from Quality Street tubs and other 100% recycled plastic waste, each soap dish saves around 64g of plastic (the equivalent of two large milk bottles and their lids) from entering a flawed recycling system, incineration, or landfill.

The zig zag soap dish is part of a set, which also features a matching Filthy Faace Face & Body Bar. Packed with skin-softening extracts and oils, the cleanser is 100% natural and vegan.

Every dish is slightly different and unique, whilst each soap bar is also handmade and includes a different pattern.


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Jasmine Wicks-Stephens, Founder of Faace, said: "Our handmade, vegan face and body bar has found its ideal home in Müll Club’s soap dish, and we’re super excited that Charlie [Müll Club’s Founder] has managed to create the perfect marble match using Quality Street tubs, combined with white plastic lids from everyday beauty products."

As well as saving plastic, Faace and Müll Club are helping to tackle period poverty, donating a pack of sanitary products to someone in need via social enterprise Hey Girls for every purchase.

The Filthy Faace Face & Body Bar and its matching Müll Club soap dish are available at and

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