An increasing number of people are taking an interest in what they consume, not only as food but what is absorbed via their skin, which is our body's largest organ. Whether cooking food or creating body products, I place a high value on quality ingredients as well as the process of creating from scratch. Many commercial soaps contain animal fats, detergents, whiteners and other skin irritants. In contrast, my products contain skin-loving plant-based oils and butters, resulting in a silky moisturising soap that is a sensory delight!


I love to use a variety of mostly edible ingredients in my soaps, including: olive oil, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, rice bran oil, castor oil, canola oil, macadamia oil, avocado oil, jojoba, shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut cream, honey, coffee, oats, clay, mica, essential oils, fragrances, herbs, spices, seeds. 


To help your natural soap last as long as possible, store it in a dry place away from sun until you want to use it. Clothing drawers are an ideal place, not the bathroom. Depending on the essential oils and fragrance, the scent may fade over several months, but the quality of the soap if stored correctly, can last for years.

Keep the soap dry with air circulating around it once you’ve started using it, definitely not in a puddle of water where it will dissolve to mush.