Soap Tips


Store your soaps in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. When using your soap, be sure to allow your soap to dry between uses. Do not allow soap to sit in water. Handcrafted soaps contain natural glycerin which is a humectant. This is what makes handcrafted soap so delightful to use. However, it does draw moisture to it, so it needs to be cared for properly.  I recommend a glass soap dish or ceramic.

Handcrafted soap will continue to weigh (slightly) less over time. This is because the water remaining in the soap will continue to evaporate. This leaves you with a finer, longer lasting soap bar. Handcrafted soap will get better with age, however the scent and colors may fade over time. It's best to use your soap one year from purchase.


We use a variety of natural ingredients in our products. At some point, one ingredient may have been in contact with another ingredient. Similar to a warning that says "This product has been processed in a facility that also processes ______".

Please understand we do our best to accommodate all customers but unfortunately, our products may not be suitable for everyone.

Our products are not edible. Be aware of ingredients that you may have problems with. Discontinue use and consult a physician if irritation occurs.

Notice: Our products are made in a house that includes cats. That said, the soap studio is closed off at all times from pets and we use an air purifier to minimize airborne contaminates.


I source as many ingredients as I can from European or American suppliers, when possible. The olive oil is sourced from Spain. The lard I use is locally sourced in Pennsylvania from TBJ Gourmet. Most other ingredients are sourced from other American companies.

Contact me if you have any questions.