James Caurnie Soap Little
Ecology soap history herb 5aside art farmersmarket ethical green drawing craft artisan shampoo washupliquid traditional gardening sustainability wind power renewable waterpower Scottish folk music church Kirkintilloch Glasgow Lenzie squarefoot Scottish biodegradable fair-trade traditional soapmaking cold process natural vegan vegetarian organic herb garden farmers market (Think I gotlost in the 50 words LOL) We run a 1920s vegan soap maker within an organic herb garden. We make hand made soaps and organic shampoos. We can trace our history back 5 generations the first one funded the second generation. Caurnie make the round UFo shaped soaps you see historically in wholefood shops (care there are many copies in shape and style) we do precylcing where by a customer can bring a shampoo bottle and have it filled and get money off the final price (50p) for precylcing their bottle . Best use of plastic and available at many of the farmers markets in Scotland, and at The Country Living Show in Islington London In November 2008 . Our nettle products are literally fought over (when they come to the last piece) by sufferers of eczema and psoriasis hoever they are not a cure. The nettle soap is a lovely green colour which naturally fades. We say we test our products on 86 year old babies (which is true ) problem is last year we tested the products on 85 year old babies and they turned into babes.
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