Jennifer’s Store

Jennifer’s Store

Jennifer’s Handmade Soap

Come pamper yourself!

Jennifer’s Handmade Soap offers a wide variety of soaps, from beautifully colored and patterned bar soaps to whimsical shapes such as ice cream sundaes, popsicles, cupcakes and more. Jennifer is dedicated to creating gentle, moisturizing and luxurious soap. She uses a wide variety of moisturizing oils and butters as well as ingredients such as goat’s milk, clays, and essential oils to add extra “pampering” to each bar of soap.

Jennifer’s Handmade Soap has something for everyone! Choose from extra-gentle fragrance-free goat’s milk soap, unique and creatively-designed soaps scented with fragrance oils, all-natural soaps made with essential oils, specially formulated facial soaps, and a variety of skin pampering bath and beauty products.You are sure to find something you love as well as a great variety of gift ideas for everyone!

Come discover the goodness within every bar of handmade soap, and let the pampering begin!


Jennifer is a member of Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild.  She has successfully passed the basic and advance CP/HP Certification Tests.  Jennifer teaches local cold process soap making classes as well as classes on making bath products.


Jennifer participates in many farmers markets and craft fairs.  Check out her schedule on the Calendar page.  All classes Jennifer teaches are also listed on there!

If you’re interested in following Jennifer on Facebook then check out her page: Jennifer’s Handmade Soap

Lastly, you can subscribe to Jennifer’s Newsletter (delivered every other month) to get exclusive deals and updates on new products.


8 Responses to Jennifer’s Store

  1. shilpa says:

    hi jennifer..wanted to ask if we can add fresh fruits like strawberry,cherry or may be cucumber aloe vera etc…
    in Melt n pour method..wnt it get stale n leave its impact

  2. kolade otitoju says:

    hi jennifer, I appreciate your efforts in trying to make soap making. encouraging. please, is it posible to add fragrance, colour and other additives before rebatching the soap. moreso, can you please enlight me more on how to dry my soap. thanks.

  3. Eileen says:

    how do you do the icing on top of the cupcakes is that also melt and pour soap?

  4. Barb R. says:

    Hi Jennifer,

    I have some soap that failed. It crumbled on me. Can it be handmilled and reused or should I just use it for laundry detergent? How do you hand mill soap? Do you need special equipment?

  5. Jason says:

    Hi Jennifer
    Tried to click on the link to your store just now, but am getting a ‘security risk, get me out of here’ warning – ?

  6. I love your blog; do you ever offer courses on blogging specifically for those of us in the soap business ?
    I’d also love to read about your experience with the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild.
    My blog is new and it’s just so sad. I’ll keep following yours for inspiration. Thanks for the great posts!

  7. Maggie says:

    I make an arnica lotion bar that I put in a deodorant tube. I also add a few menthol crystals (not enough to make it like an icy hot) just to give it that minty/ menthol scent. I’ve had several neck surgeries & have taken muscle relaxants in the past. Now I just slather on my lotion bar & the pills went in the trash. It is truly that amazing. I primarily make CP soaps though & was wondering if you knew if the infused arnica oil can be used in soaps. I was thinking the benefits of the arnica may not survive the high temps. But wondered if you had any thoughts or experiences with it in soaps.

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