Hello, I'm Glad you're Here!
My name is Barbara and I am the manager and soap maker here at Mist Soap. I began making soap in October 1999. My grandmother made lye soap from bacon drippings. Because of the dangers of handling lye, she would not allow me to be in the kitchen during soap making time. I decided to learn to make it on my own. I purchased a bucket of lard, a can of lye and became “addicted” to soap making! My interest in herbs and essential oils combined with my enjoyment of soap making brought about Texas Soap & Sundries in November 2000. November 2009, Texas Soap was changed to Mist Soap LLC.
I hope you enjoy browsing the site, shopping for soap, and reading my quiet Ordinary Days blog. If you have any questions, please contact me!
Our soap is made fresh when you order. There are four varieties to choose from:
- Old Fashioned Lye Soap made with lard, water and lye. If you suffer from allergies to fragrance, try our Unscented Old Fashioned Lye Soap!
- Milk and Honey Soap made with lard, coconut oil, avocado, castor and olive oils, Shea butter, water, goat milk, oat flour, honey and lye. Milk and Honey is a nice creamy soap and has wonderful lather.
- Olive Oil and Shea Butter Soap made with olive oil, coconut oil, Shea butter, water and lye. If you prefer a soap without animal fat, this is the one for you! Nice lather, lasts a little longer than the other three varieties.
- Pure Castile made with olive oil, water and lye. Wonderful soap with small amount of suds.
All soap available scented or unscented, by the bar or loaf.