Patti's Potions Natural Soaps, Ltd. is a Wisconsin handcrafted soap company that is woman owned, family operated, environment friendly, mineral oil free, skin care, and home fragrance company. It began with my desire for a natural, healthy, cleansing product, free of unnecessary chemicals and preservatives that may irritate the skin. I was not successful in my quest and started to research and develop my own product.
You will immediately notice a difference between my handcrafted soaps and their commercial counterparts. The difference is natural glycerin. My soaps are made from natural food grade ingredients, including saponified oils of olive, palm, coconut, palm kernel, and castor. Some of my soaps may also contain sweet almond oil, apricot kernel oil, avocado oil, emu oil, hemp oil, jojoba oil, cocoa butter, or shea butter.
I am able to purchase my goat milk, emu oil, and beeswax from local farmers.
Dried herbs and grains may be added for their exfoliating and aesthetic qualities. I use only organic essential oils and fragrance oils designed specifically for soaps.
I carry two different types of lotions. Both are made with shea butter and vitamin E. My emu shea lotion is enriched with emu oil, which is an animal oil and not suitable for my vegetarian or vegan friends. The vegan friendly lotion contains IPM and Dimethicone for a non-greasy and velvety drydown feeling.
My products are available for purchase through my website, mail-order, e-mail, and the Kenosha Harbor Market Place.
Goat Milk soaps, Hemp Soaps, Emu Oil Soaps, and Natural Olive Oil Shea Butter Soaps are just a few of the olfactory pleasures awaiting you.
Treat you skin to fine products and rid yourself of dry skin.
Support your local green markets and save gas while getting the freshest products possible. No more do you have to settle for products that have been on a warehouse shelf for extended periods of time.
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I absolulely LOVE the beer soap. It smells amazing and feels wonderful on my skin. I visit the Kenosha Harbor Market to pick a few up every few months.... [more]