Anointment began as a stall in the Halifax Brewery Farmers’ Market in 2002. Selling bar soap, Anointment did brisk business with customers who came weekly to buy multiple bars of soap packaged simply in hand-stamped paper bags secured with twine. Herbal baby products were a side idea for a booming soap business. Fifteen years later,… Read More »
We’ve added some amazing Canadian-made natural accessories to our website to complement your natural skin care routine and your natural lifestyle. Find reusable makeup remover pads, menstrual pads, and nursing pads from Oko Creations along with handy dual-pocket wet bags from Colibri Canada.
Om Shanti. Our most popular soap with a sweet, intoxicating smell combining pure cinnamon and patchouli essential oils with the decadence of certified organic and fairly traded coffee grounds and cocoa powder. It holds its scent forever and I’m told it can be habit forming. Case in point: people present themselves to me at craft… Read More »
During my lunch break I: :: fed the gold fish, Goldie and John. :: Made sure the dog was still breathing. He was. :: Ate a left over bowl of chili cashew chicken noodles, a recipe by Donna Hay. Note that mine looks nothing like her photo. I also substituted pine nuts for cashews since… Read More »
We’re thrilled to be featured in The Petit Cadeau Handmade Marathon. Check it out!
I often get asked by people new to round soap (and handmade soap) what kind of soap dish to use. The best answer is a draining soap dish that has slots to allow your soap to dry between uses. Natural soap contains a significant amount of glycerine which is produced in the super-interesting but complicated-from-a-chemistry-perspective… Read More »