soap makers and shakers
Julie's workshop is in an old converted barn, surrounded by her traditional cottage garden.
Alongside her bountiful veg patch, currently full to the brim with kale and leeks, she grows lavender,
marigolds, chamomile, rosemary and many other herbs that we dry, chop and infuse in oil to make our soaps.
Her soaping story began in the home years ago experimenting with natural cleaning products,
from lemon and bicarbonate of soda to apple cider vinegar her obsession with utilising natural ingredients grew.
Wild Sage was born in 2013, in a small wooden cabin just outside Bristol.
Our first soaps were made with oats, honey and nervous anticipation.
We now sell our soaps in many shops all over England
and are at multiple markets every weekend touting the benefits of
a simple and natural approach to skin care.
Photography and styling by Konstantinos Noulis *