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Failed to Success

Looking at old pictures when I first started making soap brings back many memories.

My very first batch of soap didn’t turn into soap actually. It was some kind of fluid, clumpy smell waste. 389 more words


Instagram - Hashtags

If you’ve been living under a rock you are probably thinking, “What is a hashtag?” Well, originally it was a pound button on telephones. Now it is used to shout out messages on social media. 426 more words


Amazing Ingredients: Rosemary

Rosemary, a classic herb for cooking and of old formal herb gardens makes its appearance in our soap products.

We grow several rosemary plants in our herb garden, for cooking and for use in our soaps because we love the woody fragrance and the appearance almost of pine needles.   294 more words

Images In Bloom

Why you won't find mica in our products

Mica is glittery delight, adding golden highlights to soaps, creams and golden body oils. I have been requested, particularly by the littlest, cutest people I know, to add some princess-like shimmer to my soaps. 102 more words


The Week in Soap: 12th Feb '17

I’m tired tonight.  It feels like it’s been a long and busy week, and now, not even 9pm on Sunday night, I feel ready for bed.   590 more words

Cold Process

Healing Calendula Soap

This is a luscious, frothy soap with wonderful skin healing and antibacterial properties. Calendula has a long history of use as a wound-healing and skin-soothing herb. 406 more words

Practical Magic

The Whats and The Whys...

…that is, what goes into my soap, and why. I’m often asked what my soaps are made from. Well, the ingredients in my soaps are no secret – they’re clearly labelled on each and every bar that’s sold, so here goes :-D… 819 more words

Cold Process