Alison’s interview continues from Alison Part 2: Perfecting handmade soap… when few knew how to do it! 10. What do you like most about making soap as a job and what do you like less? I love the independence! And the Continue reading Alison Part 3: Soapmaking as a business to promote positive change
Alison’s interview continues from Part 1: Pioneering handmade soapmaking in tropical Western Australia 5. Can you remember and would you describe your “perfect” batch and/or your “monster” batch? The monster batch is easy. There were two. The first was very Continue reading Alison Part 2: Perfecting handmade soap… when few knew how to do it!
When I first came into contact with Alison, handmade soapmaking as a business was virtually unheard of in Australia. We are talking of the last millennium here: this was when, with the exception of maybe one other well-established business, Aussie Continue reading Alison Part 1: Pioneering handmade soapmaking in tropical Western Australia
Vicki Younger, the founder and owner of Redgum Soaps, lives at Brogo, in a rural area of the Far South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. She is specialized in making traditional cold process castile soap from extra virgin olive Continue reading Vicki: “Pure castile soap is our flagship for a sustainable life”
France is one of the county in the world that can be automatically linked to soap and soap making. But in a globalized world things are changing quickly and even the French traditional soap business is facing an era of Continue reading Et voilà the French Cold Process Soapmakers Association
I bumped into Beth Bacchini’s website while few weeks ago I was surfing the Net in search for soapers stories to tell you here, in our new blog. I just felt in love with her delicious soaps and with the Continue reading Beth in Brazil: “My commitment to 100% natural soap”