Getting in a lather

I love how every farmers’ market stall is different from the last…it certainly keeps me on my toes!

 In May I all but sold out of reed diffusers, with bluebell being the most popular scent.

 In June it was soaps - single soaps, soap stacks and gift boxes of soaps -shoppers couldn’t get enough of them!

It takes six weeks to fully cure a bar of soap.During the curing process some of the water content evaporates (I use Cotswold spring water from the churchyard spring in Randwick) resulting in a harder, milder gentle bar of palm oil free soap. You can read more about the natural ingredients I use on the Soaps page (hint, they’re all natural with no sulphate or hidden nasties).

I’ll next be at Stroud farmers market on 22 July fully stocked with natural soaps, bath soaks, floral facial steams, gift boxes, silk scarf wrapping and reed diffusers because I just won’t know what you’ll want!!