I take pride in personally hand-making all of the soaps, here in my workshop in Weare, near Axbridge in Somerset. After fifteen years, I am still totally committed to genuinely hand-making products in small quantities, using only the best quality ingredients.

Being so busy running the business, I employ Peter who helps me produce my range of soaps, creams and balms. I also have three local outworkers, Charlotte, Julie and Alison who skilfully wrap each soap in my own hand-picked range of cotton fabrics. Charlotte also labels and finishes my hand creams and balms. Again, they are made in small batches from my own recipes.

The goodness of goats' milk

Full-cream milk from a local small herd of dairy goats enhances all of my soaps producing a super-mild heavenly soap with a rich creamy lather that won't dry out your skin. 

The benefits of the rich goats’ milk have been a renowned skincare secret for many years since:

·      It contains lactic acid which helps remove dead skin cells from the surface, unveiling new cells thus creating a smoother and radiant complexion. By removing dead skin cells, irritation to the skin can be reduced therefore helping to address many skin concerns such as eczema, psoriasis and very dry skin

·       High levels of vitamin A help to restore damaged skin tissue

·     High in fat molecule content, the cream found in goat’s milk helps boost the moisturising properties ensuring skin is naturally moisturised

·       It contains important minerals for the skin; a key one being Selenium which is known for its properties to help prevent damage to the skin from excessive exposure to the sun.

Many of my customers won't use anything else! 



My life before soap....

I had a career as a Speech and Language Therapist for 16 years before giving it up in 2005 to concentrate full-time on my soap company.

I am married, live in Somerset and have a 13 year old son.