Brand Manifesto

01 The concept

I make my soaps as sustainably as possible, I pack and ship them as sustainably as possible and I look for other creations from local artisans to combine with my soaps to make beautiful gift boxes.

I offer bike delivery around my home, because I love riding my bike and it always makes my customers smile.

Ideally, I would like to develop a few sales points around my home.

02 The products

Two categories of products: my soaps, which I want to be 100% natural and 100% compliant with the regulations in force, which makes my business almost unique! I like to work according to the rules, respecting the rules and regulations.

03 The suppliers

First of all, my number one supplier is my supplier of the manufacturing space: the lab in Vitoria Gasteiz.

Then I have suppliers of raw materials and craftsmen who entrust me with their work to make small gift kits.

04 the collab

It’s cool to be self-employed. But it’s great and very rewarding to work with others. Every time I come across a designer I admire for their work and processes, I rush to offer them a collab.

05 Origin

I created My Slow Experience, in September 2019 after a reflection on my professional transition. At this point, we have been living in the North West of England for 6 months, I have temporarily left my job to experience this project with my family and I am wondering what I am going to do. One thing is certain, I’m going to take the opportunity to try the adventure of entrepreneurship because it’s a wish but also because the UK is a country where it’s good to be an entrepreneur (few restrictive regulations, low costs…). We’ve been here for 6 months and we’ve been living on a single salary in a country where everything we need is more expensive than in France where we lived before. So I’m starting to do everything myself. I don’t buy anything anymore or very little and I make everything, starting with everything for the kitchen and the bathroom. I train myself, I follow tutorials, I take great pleasure in discovering all the resources of nature. In short, I’m having a blast. And at the end of the summer, I decided to share my knowledge and experiences with those who were interested. My Slow Experience was born.