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My husband David and I went to Fredericksburg, TX to celebrate our anniversary. We went into a store and there was a stand with handmade soap, lotion, and a few other items. I smelled the soap and thought it was alright. I went back to that display two other times. The last time I went to the display, I thought “I could do this.”

I went home and started reading everything I could on soap making. The reoccurring thought I had was that I could definitely make soap. The big question for me was “can I afford to start such a venture”? I went to every website that I could find and started comparing prices on the basic ingredients and equipment that I would need to make soap. I became very excited because I came to the conclusion that I could afford the basic necessary items to start making soap.

I read that I could purchase the basic ingredients at my local grocery store but that did not sound like the level of ingredients that I wanted to use for my soaps. I wanted quality oils for the soap and essential oils for fragrance. I found a couple companies that sold in bulk and made my first order from an online apothecary. Some fragrances, Lilac for example, can't be produced as essential oil, so for those I used the next best thing, fragrance oils.

I made my first batch of soap and I was hooked! In the fall of 2015, Texas Soap Company was born.

Michelle Barth - Owner of Texas Soap Company


TexSoap added 3 new photos.Monday, July 24th, 2017 at 5:01am

Texas Soap Company at Gypsy Rose Market in Kemah today. Stop by our booth for amazing soap and other products.


TexSoapMonday, July 10th, 2017 at 7:49am

Literally, holding the fort down!


TexSoap added 2 new photos — attending The Gypsy Rose Market Kemah 7/9 at The GypsyRose Market.Monday, July 10th, 2017 at 4:35am

Come visit Texas Soap Company at Gypsy Rose Market in Kemah today!


TexSoap added 4 new photos.Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 at 2:55am

I was laid off in December and have been looking for a job. I have not found one yet, but know God will provide. Until then, I would appreciate if you could share my website with everyone you know. I make handcrafted soap, lotion, beard care products, pet products, and much more. My soap is the best! You will feel cleaner than ever before. Each "Texas Sized" bar lasts on average 4 weeks. I use natural ingredients including essential oils. The scents lasts down to a sliver! My website is www.texsoap. com
Following are pictures of my newest batches of soap. Firsr picture:Lilac,TeaTree and Lemongrass, Clary sage and lemongrass, and Gardenia. Second photo: Lanolin, Rose Kaolin, and Lily of the Valley. Third photo: Furr-Baby Paws and bones soap. Fourth Photo: Avocado. New to my product line is the Sea Clay Mask. Jriangle Productions who created the website is busy creating the label and adding it to website. I am truly grateful and thankful for all that Jriangle Productions has done for me and my small company. He is not only a talented web designer but a great neighbor. Thank you Jeff!
Thank you.


TexSoap was celebrating a birthday.Thursday, October 27th, 2016 at 8:18am

Texas Soap Company turns 1!