...Hello, I'm Lucy, it's good to see you! Let's have a vitual mug (always a mug) of tea and I'd love to share with you a few things 'about me'.
I need to have my hands in the soil, to breathe outside, be creative and probably put way too much pressure on myself to be the nurturing mama my two girls need.
I'm an Irish based natural soapmaker starting my biz in 2013. I work from my (often messy!) home studio in rural Leitrim. It's a converted attic space with sloped walls covered in happy photographs. It's crevices are filled with beautiful things gathered from other makers and creatives.
Having had flares of urticaria during my teen and adult life, I understand how completely miserable living with red and itchy skin is. My eldest lady has life threatening nut anaphylaxsis. My littlest lady manages eczema, which she's had from birth. As a result, Lucy's Soap Kitchen natural skincare is nut free and sensitive, eczema prone, skin friendly.
Clean and simple, plant based, natural skincare formulated to help reduce the synthetic chemical overload and gently calm itchy skin. I create what has been tried and tested and works for me and my girls. Never tested on animals, only willing humans!
nut free, eczema prone skin friendly, irish made, skincare
I believe in slower paced, more sustainable living. I believe in keeping life simple and I believe in growing my own vegetables and herbs organically. You'll find me in my old, taped together at the seams, 30 x 15 foot poly tunnel and weedy but productive kitchen garden. I work hard to continually improve the eco-friendliness of Lucy's Soap Kitchen, without comprimising the quality of product you recieve.
I don't wholesale my soap and skincare as selling direct to my customers gives me the flexibility to support my girls in the way they need and in the life I choose.
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