Hello Soap Lovers!
When I started making soap over 15 years ago there weren’t many soap sellers. Times have changed! Handmade soap is everywhere. One of my priorities as a customer and a creator is genuine affordability. $8 for a bar of soap? That’s a little painful, especially when the label claims to be “natural” but the ingredient list proves otherwise. It is important to me that handmade products be priced affordably and not be an occasional splurge. How much would I pay for a bar of soap? That’s how much I charge.
Each soap has its own story:
🌟 Chardonnay ( made by my boyfriends dad) and Mango butter. Includes rose clay ylang ylang and dried flowers. When I receive a bouquet of flowers they always end up in the craft rooom after their freshness fades. My coworkers bring me their expired bouquets as they know I will put them to good use ❤️
🌟 Pure Olive Oil ( aka Castile soap). This soap takes one year to cure due to the softness of the olive oil
🌟 Green Goddess soap made Spirulina powder, green mica, Canadian honey, beeswax and litsea essential oil.
🌟 Loofah soap with coffee and charcoal. Unprocessed loofah used. Hemp oil, cocoa butter and a dash of frankincense included
🌟 Hemp and Hibiscus. Topped with dried hibiscus purchased at the Nuremberg market in May 2018. We spent two weeks in Germany! A little cedar essential oil added.
Other Shiver treats
- Baking Soda Epsom Soak – a simple bath soak blended with dried flowers and essential oils. Each jar comes with a small drawstring pouch. Pour in as little or lots as you prefer and save your self the task of rinsing lavender buds from your bathtub. Packaged in recycled jars so all you pay for is the product!
- Bath Bomb brittle – a bath bomb where you don’t have to throw the whole shebang in. Break off a piece. Use as little or lots as you like. Made with mango butter, coconut oil, citric acid, baking soda, SLSA, kaolin clay, Aloe, essential oil
- Practically Edible Dry Shampoo – its SO amazing. Various colour.
- Practically Edible Deodorant Paste – made with mango butter, coconut oil, arrowroot powder, cornstarch, clay and essential oils. Baking soda free. For the first time ever, I love my pits!