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Villianess Soaps

Post by Admin on Tue Aug 20, 2013 4:39 pm

http://www.villainess.net/

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by Admin on Tue Aug 20, 2013 4:40 pm

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Hamburglary wrote:Soaps, scrubs, lotions. Some of the best I've ever found.

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birchpitch wrote:True, but their shipping is so expensive.

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by speakstruth on Tue Jan 20, 2015 12:30 am

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by catisfab on Sat May 02, 2015 9:38 am

Suspect of using a very simple base then adding other materials to bulk the ingredients list due to the inability in answering a simple yes/no question.

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by Julia of Arcana Soaps on Sat May 02, 2015 5:03 pm

The owner of Villainess is my friend. So I'm not unbiased here, but seriously, she does not use ANY bases. She creates everything from scratch, from recipes which she spent a long time creating many years ago.

People in our shoes get asked insanely detailed questions from those wanting to start copycat businesses. We get this all the time. I can't speak for Brooke without her permission, but I believe it's possible that catisfab might have (mistakenly) appeared to be one of these.

In that light, maybe it makes more sense that a business owner might feel, having already disclosed all ingredients in full transparency, that they don't want to disclose anything more.

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by catisfab on Mon May 04, 2015 9:08 am

I did not ask any detailed questions. What I have asked is directly screenshot from my email. All I wanted is a yes/no response directly from the owner not from a friend, customer, etc. The owner is the truly credible source.

For the owner to be so touchy about this made me concluded that she does start with a basic base. I have contacted other soap makers before and a simple yes/no is good enough for me.(they have all fulfilled that) I have never received such a lengthy and slightly rude response from an owner before. I do have one of her product which is why I'm curious whether it's from scratch or not. It is a quality product... but it doesn't "wow" me. This is why I ask this question which helps me narrow down the companies I'll continue supporting due to the increase in the number of independent soap makers.

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Re: Villianess Soaps

Post by guest123 on Wed Feb 10, 2016 11:49 am

Conceited and rude owner. Emailed about product/shipping issues and received responses that made read off as I am the fault of it. Will not lie that the product is decent but they're not special enough and generic in scent. If the owner was better at their service I would've continued supporting it. Other indie soap makers/perfume companies have better service/formulation and scent.

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