Never Mind The Carbolics



…here’s ethically sourced handmade Dublin soap.


Suzanne Clarke writes:

“I was wondering if you would be interested in doing a little write up on my soap. I launched the business in November 2013 Suzanne Clarke [named in honour of Suzanne’s great grandfather Philip Clarke, 1913 Lockout veteran and a member of the Irish Citizens Army shot and killed in 1916].. it’s all handmade by myself…Each bar takes 4 to 6 weeks to cure, ensuring a good neutral PH. Olive oil, coconut oil and beeswax are carefully sourced, weighed and heated gently. We then add essential oils, herbs, botanical cleansers and exfoliants, and Irish spring water...Here are some outlets  where you can purchase them [€5.90 each]”

For further information contact Suzanne at

Clarke’s Dublin Soap

Irish Made Stuff marked Irish Made Stuff to No fee, bathroom products, etc.

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21 thoughts on “Never Mind The Carbolics

  1. Holden MaGroin

    Saponification – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Saponification is a process that produces soap, usually from fats and lye. It involves a reaction between a base, usually sodium hydroxide (caustic soda), and an …

  2. Shelly Cons

    Received a couple of bars of this soap as a Christmas gift and have been using it since as a treat to myself.. beautiful textures and aromas and leaves your skin feeling really silky, good for dry skin.. & great to know its all natural, Irish sourced ingredients and handmade to boot!

  3. mike

    Because the world doesn’t have enough soap.

    But mike, this is 1913 lockout soap.

    Oh, go on then.

  4. Kieran NYC

    Oooh! Looks like I have my ‘slightly-disappointing’ Christmas presents for my mother already!

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