In 2016, I took a short soapmaking course and I was instantly hooked! It's turned into a passion and a part-time business. I love creating new products and combining colours and scents to create handmade soap! It's like baking - without the calories.
All of my soap is cold-processed. This involves a 24-48 hour saponification process before unmolding and cutting the soap. Then soap has to cure for 4 to 6 weeks in order for the water to evaporate. It's a long process but well worth the wait! The longer soap cures, the more long-lasting and gentle it is.
Recently, I've added products like a solid shampoo bar, body lotion and sugar scrubs. Keep checking back for new products!
I want you to be completely happy with your shopping experience from order to delivery. If you have questions about any of my products, delivery or shipping, please get in touch!
Orders over $75 will be shipped free of charge within Canada. Otherwise, shipping will be $15.00. Orders will be sent regular parcel via Canada Post.
1. Keep your soap out of water and let it air dry.
2. Use a washcloth or loofah.
3. Let your soap drain properly between uses.
A wooden soap dish significantly extends the life of a bar of soap - but did you know that you can also extend the life of a soap dish? Use your soap dishes in pairs to extend the life of the dish - use one wooden dish for 2-3 weeks and then switch it out with the second dish while allowing the first dish to completely dry out while you are using the second dish for 2-3 weeks. Doing this will prevent mold and mildew from developing and growing and greatly extend the life of the wooden dish.