Our Story


Our own sensitve skin needs led us to making soap about ten years ago and we have been perfecting our craft ever since.  It’s part science, part art, part sensual, part ritual. Our soaps are made in kettle batches and then poured and cut by hand.  We use a vegetable base, essential oils to scent them and natural colorants in all of our products. We use our own honey, water from the ocean, and send little treasures from the sea with every order.   We believe that our products provide an accessible means to break away from the pressures of modern living.  A simple means to find a moment of respite to rejuvenate the body, refresh the mind, and, renew the spirit. Bathing is a sensual ritual that is primal in nature. Using our products turns an everyday shower or bath into a nourishing event. Our soap is food for the skin. We dream of opening a Southampton Soap shop in town and sharing the gift of clean with people everywhere.

We are not just selling soap, we are providing an experience.  We create a sense of bliss in the bath, a getaway from modern life.  It’s art in a bar.  It’s intuitive, it’s primal, it’s addictive.   People want to feel good.  Our backgrounds as artists and our love for natural living allow us to combine the craft of the kettle, the science of aromatherapy and an eye for beauty into the pure homegrown luxury of our soaps and skin care products.    Everything is inspired by the idyllic setting of our seaside town, capturing those moments of respite when we are away at the beach.  We believe our products provide those  intimate moments.   As artists, our craft has evolved into much more than painting and sculpture.  We are no longer limited by the visual realm. Our products awaken more of the senses- painting with scents and botanicals and creating a sensual ritual that is universal in nature. Few things are more intimate than bathing, and we feel blessed that we can share this with others.

Be sure to check out this article, that beautifully tells our story.

Proud member of the Handcrafted Soapmakers Guild.

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