What a wonderful way to say “Be My Valentine”, by giving luxurious handmade artisan soaps by Soapcreek. The have released Truffles and Roses to help you say “Be My Valentine”.
Soapcreek stands out above other soap makers, in both their products and their commitment to making superior soaps. While most soap makers remove the glycerin, a naturally occurring by-product of soap making, Soapcreek leaves it in their product. This is why your skin feels so luxuriously soft and smooth after using Soapcreek products. The glycerin actually is rehydrating the skin.
How are the ingredients chosen, based on what criteria? In one word, Quality. While some companies tend to cut corners with less expensive ingredients, Soapcreek started theirs with the idea in mind to make the very best. They order in samples of all ingredients and test them in small batches to find the absolute best for their products.
When it comes to fragrances, Soapcreek as you covered. Just look at this partial list of what they make.
Bergamot Italia Artisan Soap
Blondewood Artisan Soap
Bourbon Vanilla Artisan Soap
Candy Cane Artisan Soap
Carrot Honey Artisan Soap
Chocolate Mint Artisan Soap
Desert Beauty Artisan Soap
Eucalyptus Tea Artisan Soap
Fishermans Mud Artisan Soap
Soapcreek makes more than soap. They also carry Bamboo Bags, Body Buttercream, Butter Bombs, Cane Sugar Whip, and Heel Butter, to name just a few.
Soapcreek is a family business. Let’s hear from the owners.
Hello from Roxanne and Fred Johnson! We are excited to tell you the story of the best handmade soap and body care products in the world!
I grew up as farm girl in Utah. We grew much of what we ate. My father also owned a successful business in Salt Lake City. I was brought up to work at being successful at whatever I did, whether it was riding horses, cooking, sewing, fishing, or caring for animals. I loved trying new things. When I was twelve, I made my first batch of soap, ruining my mother’s muffin tin in the process. I will never forget that first batch of soap. That first batch was a definite failure, but now about twenty years later, I am the owner and master artisan soap maker of our growing natural body care company, Soapcreek.
Fred grew up in Arizona. In sixth grade, he and the other top students in his class were chosen to go with their teacher, an avid outdoorsman, to hike down the Grand Canyon on a fishing expedition. Their journey took them down Soap Creek Canyon to the Colorado River. The canyon got its name from the first white pioneers traveling through. They had caught a badger and tried to cook it in the alkali water trickling down the canyon. The greasy badger meat boiled with the alkali water left soap floating in the top of the pan and an inedible pot of food. Fred liked the area a lot and has gone back many times. Thus, the name of Soapcreek Company was born.
Whether you are saying “Be My Valentine” or buying another gift, or buying for yourself, Soapcreek is a great gift.
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