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My Journey to Handmade Soap

Disclaimer: We make and sell all-natural soap and other bath and body care products. The use of our products is not intended to replace the recommendations of your healthcare provider. Our products are not intended for the treatment, cure, prevention, and or diagnosis of disease. We make no claims to be approved by or tested by the USDA or the FDA. San’s Soaps is not liable for any illness, problems, direct or indirect damages from any of our products. Our products are formulated to be extremely mild but some individuals may have adverse reactions to certain plant materials or other natural products. If irritation should occur, please discontinue use. All of our products are handmade, so no two are exactly alike. The coloration of our products may vary from batch to batch due to the use of natural herbs and spices which enhances their uniqueness.


I trust that you will use common sense and thoroughly research anything that I post regarding the ingredients used in my soaps and other products.

Our Mission is to reconstruct your body care regimen into a holistic, nourishing & healing experience with our handmade products.

All our soaps are 100% natural, gluten-free; vegan-friendly, safe for all skin types, hypoallergenic, and vegetable-based.

I am Cassandra Jackson, Owner, and Operator of San's Soaps


Why I create handmade soaps and other natural products- one day my husband asked me what to use on his skin, as he and our son both have sensitive skin. I started looking for oils to mix and use; then I thought about the soap we used, which was Dove. Their skin still felt dry and itchy, they do not have eczema or any other skin issues, this started my curiosity and soap-making journey. For the last few weeks, I have been researching, reading, and testing combinations of ingredients in order to create a winning product. After several attempts, I came up with a winning combination that works. Now I share it with others who can benefit from the natural ingredients that nurture their skin. I thoroughly enjoy what I do and the satisfaction of creating something that benefits myself, my family, and others. How did the name come about? Our youngest daughter Janeen came up with it and made the logo, I am proud of her for all she has done in helping to bring San’s Soap into reality.

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