wash the day away with silk suds

lush, handmade soaps!

WASH YOUR HANDS!

IMPROVING YOUR MIND, BODY & SOAP!

Welcome to Silks Suds Shop and thanks for stopping in! Silk Suds Shop creates fun, unique, and luxurious cold process soaps in small batches. Each bar is made, cut, planed, beveled, individually labeled, and packaged by me. Silk Suds Soaps are packed with nourishing ingredients such as unrefined shea butter, olive oil, heavy cream, kaolin clay and the list goes on.  Along with those ingredients  each bar contains  a lot of love. Soap making is a passion that makes me see EVERYTHING in terms of soap. Every pattern, smell, color, taste etc. will turn into my next batch of soap and your next bar! Cold process soap making AND using is definitely an addiction. Let's get clean together!

-Tamika B.-

SHIPPING

Silks Suds Shop is a one-woman show.

Please allow 3-5 business days for orders to be shipped, during peak times orders may take up to 10 business days to ship. Thanks in advance for your patience and understanding!

Please take the time to confirm the delivery address entered upon checkout is correct. We will not replace items free of charge due to address entry errors.

POLICIES

RETURNS

Due to the nature of our product we do not accept returns for safety and health reasons. In the event that your product reaches you damaged please email us at silksuds@gmail.com. Include your order #, the item that was damaged, and a picture of the damaged item and we will gladly replace or refund your item.

MISSING/STOLEN ITEMS

Silk Suds Shop is not responsible for items lost/stolen in transit, or after delivery. Please file a claim with the courier in the event of lost or stolen merchandise.

FAQ's

What is cold process soap?

Cold process soap is the process of mixing oils/fats/butters with water or other liquids and lye. Mixing lye with these ingredients causes a chemical reaction called saponification. Saponifocation is the process in which fats turn to soap. Pretty cool stuff huh?

Will there be lye in my soap?

No, the lye neutralizes within the first 48 hours of the soap being made and is completely gone once the soap has finished curing.

Why is lye used to make soap?

Lye is a necessary ingredient in soap making. "Real" soap cannot be made without lye.

What is curing and why is it necessary?

Curing is the process of allowing the soap to sit in a space that is preferrably humidity-free so the soap can completely saponify, harden, lose excess moisture, and become milder and gentler on the skin. The average curing time is 4-6 weeks or longer, depending upon the recipe used and personal preference. 

How should I store my soap?

Store your soap in a draining soap dish and keep away from puddles or direct streams of water. 

POLICIES

RETURNS

Due to the nature of our product we do not accept returns for safety and health reasons. In the event that your product reaches you damaged please email us at silksuds@gmail.com. Include your order #, the item that was damaged, and a picture of the damaged item and we will gladly replace or refund your item.

MISSING/STOLEN ITEMS

Silk Suds Shop is not responsible for items lost/stolen in transit, or after delivery. Please file a claim with the courier in the event of lost or stolen merchandise.