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It is really encouraging to note that Keswick has managed to maintain a whole range of specialist shops in its central shopping area and that it has not gone down the route of having far too many charity shops as in other towns.
We always visit this shop when we're in Keswick. It has beautiful products, handmade on site and not tested on animals. The staff are lovely, we were served by Kim who was amazing and was really helpful and polite. We could not have asked for...More
The products here are lovely but customer service leaves a lot to be desired. The lady behind the counter was positively rude to us and when we asked about product availability was totally unhelpful. We left without making a purchase as we didn’t feel they...More
Whenever we visit Keswick, I always pop in as the products which are sold are lovely! However, when I recently visited I felt as though the staff member wasn’t as welcoming as they could have been which was a shame. Even just a smile when...More
Full of lots of different soaps.very well made .very nice lady at till told me all about the soaps.the workshop above the shop use disabled and disadvantaged people 22nd they make up more than 70%of the employee's.they make label pack sell and distribute the products
I have used their soap for months and find it a superb product. It is a delight to go into their shop and look at all the lovely products. The distinctive fragrances of the soaps and products are very different, and special, compared to everyday...More
I was passing by and popped in here. I loved the concept of having disabled people being involved in making and wrapping soap.
i also make soap and was quite keen on sharing views etc. the young girl at the cashier was wrapping some soap...More
I am sure the soap is lovely and the shop is beautiful but the sales assistant needs to be careful in regards to self disclosure. Not sure shoppers need to know that she has "issues" as she told us today.