Soapboxing is a soapmaking practice that seeks to imagine soap as a publishing platform.
Soap encompasses our obsessive, puritanical crusade against bacteria and our own odors, as well as treats our body to an abundance of hedonistic sensualism, often selling for the price of an average bottle of wine.
Historically, the soap industry has used fear and insecurities to target its audience, and has created a neurosis-rich territory.
Soap, not branded with greenwashing and comforting, pampering words, but our anxieties, frustrations and fights instead.

I can make you soap on demand. Commissions are welcome.