The Core Range – Soap

This is the core range of soaps.  Each bar retails at £4.50, please contact me for wholesale prices.  I have two main core ranges – soap fragranced with pure essential oils only, and soap made with fragrance oils.

Each bar weighs minimum of 100g, but in reality most are around the 110 – 120g mark.

Please be aware that as these are handmade items and no two bars will look alike. Fragrances will remain constant, but designs may vary slightly from bar to bar.

Essential Oil Soaps


Fragranced with Lemongrass and Clary Sage essential oils, Clarity is a real unisex fragrance, and one of my best sellers.


Clarity Handmade Soap



A feminine, floral scent comprising of a blend of Lavender, Ylang Ylang and Rosewood essential oils.



The newest variety in the essential oil range, Botanica is fragranced with a gorgeous blend of Lavender, Lemon and Lime essential oils. A fresh scent, reminiscent of summer days.


Luscious Lavender

Simply fragranced with pure Lavender essential oil, loved by all ages.



‘The one that smells like a spa’. That’s how customers describe Serenity, and with good reason – the heady blend of Patchouli, Lemon, Orange and Ylang Ylang essential oils will have you relaxed in no time.

An image of Serenity Handmade Soap


Fragrance Oil Soaps


A fruity, floral fragrance with notes of peach, cherry blossom and white jasmine. Reminscent of Victoria Secret’s Love Spell perfume.


Cysur (Comfort)

The ultimate comforting scent, Cysur is reminiscent of almond cookies – delicious!



Welsh Rose

A classic fragrance, the luscious scent of fresh rose petals.

Welsh Rose


Eryri (Snowdonia)

A stylised representation of the hills and mountains of Snowdonia, under blue skies and whispy white clouds.  It’s fragranced with my own blend of pure essential oils, including rosemary, peppermint, lime, patchouli and a touch of eucalyptus, which give a fresh, outdoorsy scent to the bar:

Eryri (Snowdonia)

Traeth Craig Du (Black Rock Sands)

As well as the mountains, Snowdonia has plenty of coastline and beaches too.  Traeth Craig Du is named after the beach closest to where the soaps are made – Black Rock Sands.  It’s scented with a marine, sea-salty fragrance, with hints of ozone and salt encrusted driftwood.  The bottom third of the bar contains ground apricot stone, to replicate the exfoliating benefits one gets from walking barefoot on sand:

Traeth Craig Du (Black Rock Sands)


Peppermint Scrub

Fragranced with pure Peppermint essential oil, and chock full of oatmeal (to soothe) and ground apricot stones (to scrub),  this soap is PERFECT for gardeners or mechanics who might need a bit of extra oomph to get their hands clean. Also great for feet which need  a little attention before sandal season!

Peppermint Scrub

Triple Coffee Scrub

Made with freshly brewed espresso coffee, a delicious coffee fragrance and coffee grounds for exfoliation, this is the perfect bar to have by the kitchen sink.  Coffee has deodorising properties, and is ideal for removing cooking smells from your hands.

Coffee Scrub

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    • I don’t know of anyone in the Lakes area, but if you join the UK / EU Soapers United FB group there’s a good chance someone in there will do workshops. I’ve also got a friend in Lancashire who makes soap – I’ll ask her if she knows anyone.

    • I was so tempted to stay up late but small kids and late nights do NOT mix lol. Good luck finding a workshop – I asked my friend but she didn’t know if any. I learned from books and You Tube, so it’s not a huge problem if you don’t find one. The basics are quite simple, then it’s a lifetime of learning 😉

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