What started as a way to provide relief for our family's overly sensitive skin has turned into an amazing line of hand crafted products for the bath, body and home. Simple, classic American style and fresh, quality ingredients keep our customers coming back again and...again.
Today is summer peach soap making day. I had to wait to get
really good peaches. It's July now, so that was a little longer than I had
hoped. These are the actual peaches that went into this soap, juicy, ripe and
perfect for a peach puree. I used both the meat and the skin. I want all of the
color and nutrients I can get.
had to pick through a lot of peach scents before we stumbled upon our peach
perfect. Most were too sweet, some were too green and some didn't smell like
peach at all. We never did find the right one so we ended up blending our own.
You will smell notes of a freshly bitten, juicy, ripe peach, picked right off
the tree with a hint of peach stone.
you ever wonder how natural soap is made? When fats or oils and lye are combined in
proper proportions, a chemical reaction called saponification occurs. The end
result is soap filled with natural, humectant glycerin. Once we have all of our ingredients are mixed and the fragrance and color are added, the raw soap is
poured into soap molds. During saponification the soap heats itself and
almost like magic becomes the amazing soap you use every day
I named this beautiful soap after my grandmother, Irene. Born
in Camilla, Georgia, she was a real Georgia Peach. I have never met one person
who didn't absolutely love my grandmother. And there wasn't a stranger on the
street that she wouldn't strike up a conversation with. She was kind, loving
and generous to a fault. I am not even close to being her first grandchild but
I named her Nanny. And even though most of her grandchildren and
great-grandchildren after me called her Nanny too, I know she will always be