Better for your skin and the environment! 

Commercially available soaps are often composed of chemical detergents, hardeners and synthetic lathering agents. Some of these ingredients can dry out or irritate the skin.

On the other hand, handcrafted soaps are created with saponified oils and liquid, and contain natural glycerin, which is naturally produced during the soap-making process. Glycerin is a skin loving substance that makes soaps wonderful skin moisturisers that do not harm the environment.

In factory-made soaps, glycerin is often removed.


A traditional method that is better for your skin and better for our environment!

The Cold Process Method

Cold process soaps are made by mixing oils (e.g. olive oil, coconut oil) with an alkali (Sodium Hydroxide, also called lye). The result is a chemical process called Saponification , where sodium hydroxide (lye) and oils are mixed and made into soap. This process usually takes about 24-48 hours.


Usually, some additional oils are added to better moisturise and protect the skin. Any extra oil left in the soap and not saponified is called "super fat". In all our recipes, we tend to use 5% to 8% fat in all our soaps for its benefits.

Final Product

The lye disappears completely at the end of the saponification reaction. The glycerine created is stored in the finished product. Glycerin is a rich humectant, emollient and lubricant that allows moisturisers to draw and absorb water from the air, helping the skin retain moisture. The curing time of a batch of soaps takes between 4 and 6 weeks.


Handcrafted soaps made with organic and natural ingredients! 

We use only organic and natural ingredients, such as honey, ginger, cucumber, oatmeal, avocado as a soap base to bring their excellent properties and benefits to your skin.

These soaps are grouped in "Collections" according to the ingredients used. For example, the fragrance-free soaps ("The Basics" collection) are very mild, suitable for sensitive skin. While others are coloured with herbs and natural ingredients, face clays, cosmetic mica and dried flower petals. Apart from the unscented soaps, some of my soaps are lightly scented with essential oils and perfumed.We always take care to use these oils with care because if too much is added, they can be irritating to the skin, especially for people with sensitive skin.