Susan Svec - Owner of Susan's Soaps & More

How Susan's Soaps & More Began . . .

Susan's Soaps came about as a result of eczema I began experiencing on my hands and legs after the birth of my son, 21 years ago. I had been to dermatologists, gotten prescription creams and nothing was helping a large patch of eczema on my leg. One day I went into a natural skin care store and was sold a bottle of cream rinse which the sales person mentioned that I could also use as a shaving cream. Several months later I realized that patch of eczema was gone. It hit me how important it is what you put on your skin.

I had earlier ordered a book on how to make soap, mainly because the pictures looked so yummy! I decided to give it a try. First for myself, then for gifts and finally for sale (at the urging of my local health food store owner.) I eventually added additional products and Susan's Soaps & More was born.

I have become a firm believer in the value of all natural skin care & bath products as well as the value of essential oils used in these products. I use my own products on my skin and hair and have now since the inception of my business eight years ago. My products have helped me as well as many friends and customers have better looking and feeling skin. I sincerely believe that they can help you too. I look forward to serving you as a customer.

. . . to Where Susan's Soaps & More is today.

Today Susan's Soaps & More is a home based business that sells both retail and wholesale.  We ship orders across the United States and even overseas.  Anyone who values quality skincare products made with all natural ingredients is someone who will enjoy our products.

Our promise to you:

  • We will never use synthetic fragrances, preservatives or colorants
  • We will never use animal fats or do animal testing.
  • We will stand behind our products and always be upfront and honest in our dealings with you.

 Susan's Soaps & More - really all natural.  Yes, really.

We are a proud member of the following organizations:

Handcrafted Soapmakers Guild   Go Texan