Our soaps

We have embarked on the manufacture of artisanal soaps, with simple and natural ingredients, because we believe that a soap is above all a soap. It doesn't have to be a detergent. Indeed, many commercial soaps, from the industry, have as their first ingredient Sodium Lauroyl Isethionate, a detergent known to dry out and irritate the skin.

We formulate and manufacture our cold or hot saponified hard soaps in our laboratory located in Brownsburg-Chatham, Quebec. We use vegetable oils and butters, and as far as possible, from organic and/or fair trade farming. We rarely use animal oils (lard, tallow) and it is indicated on the soap (Over 95% of our soaps are 100% vegan).

Our traditional manufacturing methods, unlike industrial processes, allow soaps to retain their natural glycerin. This glycerin is important because it participates in the hydration of the skin.

The hot process soap allows us to define exactly which oils contribute to the superfat (An excess amount of fat that avoid too much drying the skin). Some expensive and rare oils (laurel berries oil, for example) justify not being saponified to retain all their properties.

A hard soap is much more economical than a liquid product because it contains little or no water.

Storing soap

A hard soap does not expire, on the contrary it improves with time. There may be a change in color and smell but this does not affect the quality of the product.

Avoid splashing and do not leave the product in standing water. If necessary, take the soap out of the shower between each use. Store away from light. Keep the soap in its plastic packaging until use.