Airmid Soaps

Handmade Soaps

“It is the purity of the products that makes them so effective”

Airmid Soaps at the Burren Slow Food FestivalAirmid was the Irish Celtic Goddess of Herbs and Healing to the Tuatha De Danann, Ireland’s magical ancient tribe.

The Airmid range of skincare is produced by traditional methods using homegrown herbs, local beeswax and pure essential oils. Suitable for sensitve skin.

The range covers natural soaps, shampoo bars, body oil, shaving soap, beard oil, beeswax lotion bars & lip balms, bath melts, candles & gifts.

Airmid is a family business based in Kilfenora with all products handmade by Kevin Lynch. Kevin has suffered from severe eczema since birth and after their second son was born with eczema in 2009, they began looking for an alternative to commercial chemical products and began making chamomile soap which is gentle enough even for the most sensitive skin.

Kevin is an organic horticulturist and they already had a garden full of medicinal herbs grown by organic methods, and so they were soon hooked. Handmade soap is wonderful for your skin, because it contains the natural glycerin which occurs in the soap making process and leaves your skin silky smooth.

Airmid only apply the traditional cold process method with minimal heat applied, keeping all the goodness of the ingredients in the final product. Airmid produce bar soaps, shaving soap and shampoo bars by traditional cold process methods. All bars are cut by hand and are cured for at least 6 weeks before sale to ensure a hard, high quality luxury product.

Airmid are passionate about supporting local whenever possible, and sourcing the finest ingredients from sustainable ethical sources worldwide. It is the quality of their ingredients that make their products so effective. Pure essential oils are used first for skin benefit and them aroma. There is no compromise on quality, and Airmid have full control of all ingredients and production which is essential.

The business started in Kilfenora, in the Burren, Co. Clare in 2012. Production was moved to the Dromid Gaeltacht on the Skellig coast of Kerry in 2017 where Airmid were proud members of the Original Kerry Craft Trail. They are now back permanently in the Burren and exhibit regularly at Craft Fairs and Shows throughout Ireland.

Find out more at www.airmidsoap.com and follow them on Facebook.

Airmid Soaps at the Burren Slow Food Festival Airmid Soaps at the Burren Slow Food Festival Airmid Soaps at the Burren Slow Food Festival