My first attempt at making soap was Thanksgiving weekend 2014.
It was my sister's idea and even though I wasn't that interested, it was something novel to do.
We ended up having a marvelous time, being creative. BUT ... we spent all that time and all that money making the prettiest rocks that would not lather no matter how hard you rubbed them.
Fast forward to January 2015 and I decided to figure out where we went wrong and I have been hooked ever since.
That was over 7 years ago and I've learned so much and my little business has evolved so much.
It's been a bit over a year now that I have been selling my products at local markets and that too has been a huge learning curve. And invaluable for getting feedback on what people are actually looking for to put on their skin. I am so grateful for the fun interaction with so many people.
The whole motivating force that got me into making soap was the fact that I could choose the ingredients and then I discovered that there was a creative side to it as well.
I use colors and textures to create designs in the soap.
Natural doesn't have to be plain.
And that's why I have been loving making soap since 2015.
The natural extension from soap making is to get excited about other ways to use
healthy, beneficial ingredients on your skin, like lotions & creams and a whole bunch more.
I am proud to add that we are certified New Mexico True which means that
all our products are handmade in New Mexico, which also means we are certified that our products are 100% handmade in the USA as well.
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which makes it somewhat easier
because I have
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If you have any questions, then I'm just an email away - Trish@tayori.shop
PS - the background does have meaning (to me), it depicts my summers, growing up.
Hanging out on Australian beaches every weekend,
and there were lots of what we called 'combie' vans.
In case I didn't mention it -
I'm crazy about hummingbirds so
of course I couldn't resist sharing
this amazing little video with you.