Do you offer delivery or pick up?
We do not deliver, but I can meet you within my zip code if you are local and/or willing to travel , See Terms and Conditions - Shipping
(Shipping - I will always attempt to find the most affordable shipping available. )
I can fit approx. 6/8 bars of soap in the flat rate envelope.
Believe me I hate paying shipping costs too.
If there is an overage in shipping charged more than $1.00 I will make sure you are credited for it. Same if there is additional shipping due. I will contact you to make arrangements to rebill/invoice for any outstanding balances exceeding $1.00 in shipping.
NOTE--Please contact me if you are concerned over shipping costs and I will do my best to find an affordable method to satisfy us both.
ARE YOU LOCAL TO ZIP 15401 PENNSYLVANIA ?
Want to avoid Shipping costs?
- if you are near our zip code (15401) and want to order you can email me and we can place an order by phone and I will invoice your paypal. Once paid we will pick a meeting place so you may get your order.
How should I care for my handmade soaps?
To extend the life of your hand crafted soap, place it in a
well-draining soap dish. Keep
unused bars in a cool, dry place
out of direct contact with water
Keeping your soaps dry between baths or showers will make all the difference.
How do I use Bath Salts ?
Simply fill the tub about halfway and pour a handful of bath salts into it. Hold your hand under the faucet to let the salts fall into the tub. ...
You can also use bath salts for exfoliation. ...
*do not use if skin is broken or damaged.
What if Bath Bombs/Bubble Bars leave color on my tub?
Just like anything else colored you might bathe with, bath bomb/bubble bar color can stick to the existing "tub ring"/soap scum & the random body oil residue that accumulates around the water line when you bathe. The color will come off during regular cleaning
How to use my Body Scrubs?
Scrubs like to be kept room temperature.
To Use: wet skin, use a scoop or spoon to remove scrub and gently massage onto skin in circular motion and rinse.
you skin will be left super smooth and happy.
*Do not use on damaged or broken skin.
Is there a correct way to use body oils?
The correct application of oils is what makes all the difference!
*Apply on wet skin, never on dry skin.
Always, always apply body oils on wet skin, massaging for a few seconds. Tap dry and avoid any rubbing or scrubbing with your towel. The massage allows both moisture (the water droplets from your shower) and the oils to penetrate the outer layer of the skin creating a moisturizing barrier.
*Don’t use too much!
A little oil goes a long way! Just a few drops might be all you’ll need, but you can always add a few more drops if needed. The right amount of oil varies from individual to individual and will depend on the season, humidity/dryness, your skin type, and many other factors.
Body oils can perform the same tasks as body lotions. They aren’t diluted and the benefits are greater and last longer.
1) The results of body oil applications are long lasting.
2) Body oils don’t require preservatives! So you won’t have to worry about getting in contact with some chemicals.
How do I use my dry face mask?
Combine 1/2 tsp. dry mask to 1/4-1/2 tsp of skin-safe liquid of your choosing.
Mix to form a paste. Apply to face, avoiding eye area, and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Do NOT allow mask to dry completely. Rinse
Why you shouldn't you let your clay mask dry completely?
There are 3 stages to using face mask.
The "Wet" stage. During this phase, your skin absorbs the beneficial ingredients of the mask.
"Starting to Dry" stage. During this stage, your mask begins to dry, and the ingredients work to clean out pores, and the mask begins to contract.
"The Dry stage. During this phase, if you allow your mask to dry COMPLETELY, the mask will begin to suck TOO much moisture out of your skin which can lead to irritation.
Rinse your mask when it begins to get dry around the edges and feels "sticky" to the touch, do not wait for it to flake off your face. By Allowing mask to dry completely will have an adverse effect of taking TOO MUCH moisture from the skin and can dehydrate and irritate instead of soothe and replenish.