Have a question? Here are the answers.

  1. How can I purchase your soap?
    You can purchase my soap via my Etsy store.
  2. Do you do custom orders and/or special occasions?
    I do! Please contact me with your request. For more, see Weddings and Custom Gifts.
  3. Do you sell wholesale?
    At this time I am unable to take on wholesale accounts. Thank you for understanding.
  4. Can I have your recipe?
    As I am sure you understand, my recipes are something I have labored over quite a bit. I do share some recipes on this blog. Recipes I share may be licensed under Creative Commons. Thank you for understanding.
  5. Where do you buy…?
    1. Oils—I have a variety of vendors that I use. My palm oil must be sustainable, so I only purchase from Bramble Berry or Soaper’s Choice, as they are the only vendors I know of who sell RSPO Certified sustainable palm oil. I buy other oils from local grocery stores, Soaper’s Choice, Bramble Berry, and Nature’s Garden.
    2. Fragrances—I buy from a variety of vendors, including Bramble Berry, Nature’s Garden, Wholesale Supplies Plus, Rustic Escentuals, and more. I recommend all of them.
    3. Lye—The Lye Guy. I highly recommend him.
    4. Colorants and other additives—Bramble Berry, Nurture Soap Supplies, Rustic Escentuals, Nature’s Garden. I’ve also purchased additives on Etsy.
    5. If you have questions about other items, feel free to contact me.
  6. Do you have classes?
    Not at present, but feel free to contact me for opportunities. I do have a YouTube channel. I have a limited amount of time and resources, and I am not likely to offer regular classes any time soon.
  7. Are your soaps vegan?
    Some of them are. Others contain milks, honey, or cruelty-free tussah silk. However, I do not use animal fats in my soap. Ingredients are posted on all my listings and all soaps are labeled with ingredients. If you are not sure about a soap, just ask.
  8. Are your soaps natural?
    Natural is not a term that is regulated by the FDA. I don’t refer to all of my soaps as natural because many of them have skin-safe synthetic ingredients, such as colorants and fragrances. In fact, some of these synthetic ingredients are safer than so-called “natural” ingredients. However, some of my soaps are made with natural colorants and essential oils, and I do refer to them as natural.

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