The top 5 soap stores in Toronto
Soap stores in Toronto go beyond the standard bar of Dove. In a city with an abundance of quaint little boutiques and shops catering to our various needs, we have to try an artisanal soap at least once. Right?
Here are my picks for the top 5 soap stores in Toronto.
With 5 locations in the GTA and counting, Lush is definitely a go to spot for hand made soaps with only the freshest ingredients. What's great about Lush is that all their products are effect based - meaning everything does something good for your skin and that just about anyone can find the right sudsy piece of soap for their needs.
This Amsterdam based company offers handmade soaps by local artisans with natural products. They also have an amazingly effective and dedicated anti-aging line, Era Ageless, which is made from organic ingredients. Soap Stories is what happens when luxury, meets aromatherapy, meets a passion for skin care.
Your Feel Good Soap
Your Feel Good Soap is the fro-yo spot of soaps. So if picking out exactly what you like so that you can indulge in it is your thing, then you need to check this place out. It is Toronto's first and only soap bar that allows buyers to customize their soaps based on needs and preferences of effect, smell and everything in between.
Demo Soap Studio
This Liberty Village stalwart is like a pastry shop. Aside from the products smelling and looking like delectable desserts, the staff really caters to your wants and will suggest only the most suitable products for your liking. And it's not just their soap that's good here - they also offer great service and are incredibly accommodating.
Sweet Pea Soap Company
Often times, bar soaps are a little bit more drying than the conventional shower gel. Sweet Pea Soap really focuses on creating soaps with natural glycerin that will retain moisture in the skin. Having essential oils as a part of their make-up means that showers with these soaps aren't just cleansing, they'll also be highly aromatherapeutic.
What did I miss? Add your suggestions for the top soap stores in Toronto in the comments. Writing by Janu Ys. Photo via Soap Stories.
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