Soap making date back thousands of years.
Traditional cold process soap is made by mixing lye with water, then blending it with oils and finally, pouring it into molds. The soap is then molded for 24 hours to saponify (become soap), afterwards removed from the mold to dry, then cut into bars of soap and air dried or "cured" for 4-6 weeks.
These methods of hand-making soap are of course, the opposite of commercial grade soap which is made on a large scale in factories. With hundred of hands involved in process ,the soap base it is continually being made in the same "batch" then blended with filler ingredients and chemicals.
Princess Child Soaps believe that handmade soap naturally creates glycerin to keep skin moisturized and hydrated. By having direct control of the ingredients used ,we can produce the highest quality of handmade soap to our customers.
After years of working in healthcare, I decided to step outside the corporate arena and began a new venture, by creating Princess Child Soaps. Because soap is a universal product we can take advantage of an existing market and establish our own market.
Our goal is to produce handcrafted, luxury products that raise the bar. And not just soap!
We strive to make the best handmade product by using only the finest and most wholesome ingredients. All of our products are crafted completely by hand with no industrialized production methods, ensuring unsurpassed quality . Our goal is to build lasting relationships with our customers, as well as our local community, by crafting a superior product and providing outstanding customer service.