Custom made soaps.

Design your own soaps for a personal or professional touch. If you prefer the 100% natural range or have skin ailments you are hoping to treat, create your very own soap choosing from a range of clays, botanicals and essential oils.



  • Rose clay –  Particularly great for facial soap as it helps to reduce inflammation, remove dead skin cells, tighten pores, fade hyperpigmentation and improve circulation.
  • Charcoal – Often used for the treatment of acne and oily skin, charcoal draws out toxins and impurities to help balance the oil in your skin.
  • Hibiscus flowers –  One of the most powerful anti-ageing plant actives, dubbed the ‘Botox plant’. Hibiscus increases skin elasticity to give a natural youth-boost. Rich in anti-oxidants and the ability to inhibit the activity of the enzyme elastase, which is responsible for breaking down our skin’s elastin, Hibiscus actively combats the ageing process by firming and lifting your skin.  This rich additive is highly recommended for mature or sensitive skin.
  • Sea kelp – This super plant can grow up to 2ft a day and survive very harsh conditions under water, when fermented and powdered it turns in to a powerful catalyst for skin renewal. Sea kelp has long been used in high end skin care ranges such as Crème de la Mer for good reason.
  • Turmeric – Effective in the treatment of acne due to its antiseptic and antibacterial properties,Turmeric helps to reduce oil secretion and give skin a natural glow.
  • Oatmeal – A great natural way to exfoliate, oatmeal is also renowned to moisturise and soothe sensitive skin.

Pair your choice of additive with an essential oil to complete your choice.

  • Lemongrass – With anti-septic and astringent properties lemongrass oil is very cleansing and will even out your skin tone. This favourable scent is always popular for its fresh and invigorating scent which lingers.
  • Tea tree – Antimicrobial, antifungal and antibacterial properties of tea tree oil are beneficial for the treatment of a number of skin diseases and conditions, especially acne.
  • Peppermint – A strong anti-bacterial and anti-viral agent, peppermint is cooling and refreshing.  
  • Eucalyptus – One of the most powerful healing essential oils there is, this medicated essential oil aids with anti-fungal, an
  • Bergamot – Known for it’s calming ability, this scent is sophisticated and divine.  Bergamot is also used to help balance oily skin.
  • Cinnamon – Exhibits potent antioxidant properties. These properties make it an ideal remedy for skin diseases, acne and even potentially fatal conditions like cancer. Antioxidants help purge cancerous cells and damage-inducing free radicals from your body.
  • Ginger – Helps to relieve anxiety and reduce inflammation. Ginger essential oil is high in antioxidants and is a deep, musky and masculine scent.
  • Blood orange -Known as an anti-depressant this essential oil is a delicious, fresh scent. Blood orange helps in promoting collagen and also increasing blood flow to skin. It is useful in soothing irritated and dry skin prone to rashes.


For a decorative look, ideal for yachts and guest houses pick your colours from a wide range of dye-free micas in a variety of shades and pair it with your choice of scent. 2inch and 1.5inch round bars are available to be customised and are perfect for yachts and guest houses. Small 10g sea themed shapes make perfect hand soaps, ideal for yachts or hotels.


Fragrance oils:

  • Cucumber
  • Sandalwood
  • Tropical fruit
  • Almond
  • Jasmine
  • Lime squash
  • Ocean mist

For a professional look, have your name or logo embedded into each bar with a custom made stamp.

Customised soaps are available in the standard 3in bar wrapped in the usual packaging of a cigar band and scrap book paper matched to the colour of your soap or can also be requested as a whole loaf for you to cut yourself. Standard bars are made in kilo batches that gives you 10 bars therefore the minimum order for customised soaps are 10 bars.


Contact me directly for custom soaps or wholesale enquiries.

(268) 736-4628


Goating ways…

My love and respect for animals has, and will continue to be, the foundation for my practices and the reason I work extra hard to give these creatures the best lives possible. All of my goats have big personalities and I consider them to be members of my family.

My herd is a mixture of Boer, Nubian and the Antiguan Creole goat (a mixture of breeds imported in to Antigua over the years). The Boer is the most common goat in Antigua and despite being a meat goat has a very high percentage of butterfat in their milk.  I am working on strengthening the Nubian bloodlines in the herd but I have bred some lovely milk goats on the farm with great milking qualities by crossing Boer with Nubian.

I am very fortunate here to be surrounded by a vast wooded area, which makes for perfect browsing for the goats. The majority of the goats are left to roam freely for the most of the day, playing amongst the trees and eating whatever is in reach; returning to their pen willingly each night to be locked in.

While in milking season, the dairy girls will spend most of the day in the paddock where I can control their feed intake a little better. I do not cut out browsing completely at any time; they feed the best while left to their own devices and I believe the free time they have to just be goats is imperative to their health and happiness and of course to the great tasting milk they provide me with.  Hay in Antigua is generally poor quality or unavailable, while imported Alfalfa and Timothy hay is incredibly expensive, so the girls are fed with their favourite, naturally grown greens sourced fresh each day, this includes Wild Tamarind and Guinea grass which are high protein plants commonly seen in Antigua.  I also work with my non-GMO, local farmers who provide me with much of their farm waste for the goats.  Their favourites are corn plants and potato vines.  Sustainable and humane animal husbandry is very important to me and I take a special interest in sourcing high quality sustainable produce for my goats.

Any medications are given with extreme caution to milk production.  My goats are on Verm-X all natural wormer, with a chemical wormer only given when necessary and with care to dump the milk for over the recommended period.  I only use antibiotics for injury or illness, and again, make sure the milk is discarded for longer than the recommended period.

I do not remove the kids from their mothers. This is not typically standard practice for a goat dairy but for me personally, I believe the does deserve to know their kids and to care for them, as long as mothers and kids are healthy. Everyone is different and I respect other farms’ practices but after witnessing what a loving, family bond goats can have I don’t have the heart to unnecessarily remove them. I start milking when the kids are one month old, separating the kids and mothers for part of the day and by three months old the kids are weaned and I am milking twice a day.

My goats have been the most exciting adventure in farm life and I have high hopes and great optimism for my caprine filled future.