Our SOAP-MAKING story

Updated: Feb 4

I have had sensitive skin since as long as I can remember, always buying new products to try, just to end up dry, itchy skin. Over the years I have found some soaps, I have really loved, but usually while out of town, and can't readily find ones I love. In 2017, I found a need for two problems


1. I was travelling back and forth almost every weekend as we travelled to our summer home/Campground resort. I was always either forgetting my good soap bars at one location of the other.

2. While travelling each weekend, we were renting out part of our home on Airbnb. The waste of soap bars we were getting each weekend was driving me crazy. The germ phobe in me didnt like the idea of leaving a larger bottle of body wash amongst multiple guests, plus the plastic would be a waste. I felt that the only "guests soap on the market, were cheap and definietly not luxurious, which was the experience we were trying to give.

I could not find a good solution for either of these two problems, so I decided to buy a few molds, and start making my own melt n pour soap with high end Essential Oils, and butters.



I started experimenting with several different types, and had enough to share with some friends and family that wanted to try. Lavender was the one in particular that became an instant hit! I brought some soap to our friends at the resort, and since our section was "Lakeside". My first soap that had a name was "Lakeside Lavender" It is now my number one selling soap.